An 80-year-old Alabama woman has reportedly been arrested for selling crack cocaine for a second time, authorities said.
Ola Mae Robinson, of Prichard, Ala., was arrested Wednesday after officers executed a search warrant at her home and found an unspecific amount of crack cocaine and pills. Robinson, who was arrested in June on drug possession and distribution charges, denied selling the drugs, WPMI reports.
"Who? No! I don't have time for no crack cocaine," Robinson told a reporter when asked if she sold drugs from her home. "Wish I was, cause then I'd have money."
Prichard Police Chief Jimmie Gardner said it's never easy to arrest an elderly resident.
"It's tough because for all of us, we look up to the elderly community to be smarter, wiser, and responsible but unfortunately, I think she has a long history and age hasn't made a difference," he told the station.