White Plains great-grandmother busted for dealing cocaine from her home

One White Plains great-grandmother was busted for allegedly dealing cocaine from her home.

Police arrested 64-year-old Florence Tinnin at her North Kensico Avenue apartment Friday. Tinnin was arraigned Tuesday morning and faces charges of possession, sale of narcotics and child endangerment. Police say Tinnin was dealing the drugs in front of her 3-year-old great-granddaughter. Officials say they found 18 packets of cocaine and thousands of dollars in cash in the apartment.

Police say Tinnin spent the weekend in county jail and was released without bail. She is due back in court on January 6.

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