Andrea Sanderlin, of Scarsdale, pleads not guilty to running pot operation
SCARSDALE - A Scarsdale mother of two pleaded not guilty today to charges she ran a multimillion-dollar pot operation in Queens.
Authorities say Andrea Sanderlin, 45, had $3 million worth of pot plants in the warehouse. Federal investigators stormed the facility back in May after being tipped off by the sky-high electrical bills that exceeded $9,000.
Sanderlin allegedly used the money she received from the operation to fuel her lavish lifestyle that included luxury cars and a palatial home on Saxon Woods Road.
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Sanderlin's attorneys are working on presenting a bail package to the court. As of now, Sanderlin remains behind bars.
Sanderlin's children are staying with relatives. She is expected back in court for a status conference on July 15.