Two “little old ladies” from OIB busted for trafficking opium


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Submitted: Tue, 04/26/2011 - 6:03pm
Updated: Wed, 04/27/2011 - 1:23am
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OCEAN ISLE BEACH, NC (NEWS RELEASE) – On Monday, April 25th, the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Drug Enforcement Unit arrested two subjects from an Ocean Isle Beach residence.

Agents received anonymous community complaints regarding the residence located at 1711 Pembrook Street. As a result of this investigation, agents seized $215.00 in US Currency and various medications including hydrocodone and alprazolam tablets.

The two listed subjects were arrested and processed at the Brunswick County Detention Facility.

Shirley Lee Prince (64/W/F)
124 Oxford Road/ Beulaville, NC
Charge(s): One count Trafficking Opium
Bond: $100,000 unsecured

Cassie Floyd Dail (73/W/F)
1711 Pembrook Street
Ocean Isle Beach, NC
Charge(s): One Count Trafficking Opium
Bond: $100,000 unsecured

12 Comments

  • SAM333 says:

    You just have no idea….. Unless you have had this “problem” in your family you just don’t know. It’s alot larger than you can imagine… You don’t want your grandma in jail, nobody does, but it really is the same thing as selling any other kind of drug. You don’t realize the younger people that are taking advantage of these old people. It has to stop somewhere…..

  • Guest5555555 says:

    $215 dollars!!! Now we can buy our own Apache helicopter with hellfire missiles to take down these pill-slingin’ grannies!

  • Wowzers says:

    ^^^^^^ LMAO!

  • Alan says:

    Stop the drug war already

  • Guestdsvdf says:

    And yet they will be forced to spend thousand of dollars on legal fee’s, simply to clear their name. Oh, and WHEN they are proven innocent of trafficking charges, they still won’t get their money back. Yet, Sheriffs continue to go to prison and deputies continue to rape children, and they are the ones responsible for ‘serving the public.’

    Law Enforcement does what they want, when they want, with absolutely no fear of repercussions. The system is set up for them to rob and trump up charges on individuals who, if even guilty at all, are guilty of petty non-violent crimes, and then forced to spend thousands of dollars to clear their name.

    What a wonderful world.

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  • Guest77777 says:

    You are 110% correct

  • lovin the lil old ladies says:

    LMAO that is too funny!! let the grannies go..most ppl dont want 2 work the elderly so they made ends meet this way lol

  • Laughing in Oak Island! says:

    Guess these grannies are taking the low economic state laying down….no they are wheeling in dealing in their hover-rounds! Poor little old ladies they are just trying to cover what the government is taking away from them.

  • Guest-of-the-day says:

    So what’s with the “trafficking opium” charges?

  • Das Weibstück says:

    So they get their prescriptions filled at say Walmart, probably on our dime and sell them for cash….. hummmmmmm. It is illegal to sell prescriptions or give them to someone other than to whom they were prescribed. Dumba$$es.

    BTW if they need money maybe they could get jobs if they were not high all the time.

  • Guestpjjpo says:

    Are you SERIOUS????? How many jobs are available for disabled 69 year old women?????

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