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Two members of a large drug ring that seeped into Genesee County have entered guilty pleas in State Supreme Court in Buffalo today.

The first was 59-year-old Geraldine Horsefall – a Pembroke grandmother accused of selling pills and cocaine with her grandchildren present. Horsefall pleaded guilty to two felony counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance. The state attorney general’s office says she will be sentenced to seven years in prison in April.

The other is 42-year-old Michelle King of Akron – a nurse who was accused of stealing prescription drugs from her work and selling them to Horsefall. She was sentenced to judicial diversion; but if she fails, she faces prison time.

Twenty-five suspects were identified and 15 indicted in January when the state announced the results of Operation Lockport and Operation TGIF. They resulted in the seizure of $100,000 in cocaine and $60,000in cash.

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