A 75-year-old Tennessee grandmother who is confined to a wheel chair is facing narcotics distribution charges for allegedly operating an opioids supermarket from her residence. Betty Jean Jordan was arrested Friday at her home about 100 miles southwest of Nashville. She’s been dubbed “Kingpin Granny” by police. A search of Jordan’s home yielded more than 1000 pills, including painkillers like Morphine and Oxycodone and the anti-anxiety drug Xanax.She’s been charged with six felony narcotics counts, and was released on a $50,000 bond. And take a look at her mugshot!