SAVANNAH, Georgia - Local police have made what they are calling the biggest marijuana bust in the state's history.
Half a dozen officers with the Savannah Police Department raided the home of 91-year-old Agnes Leona Pigeonberry a retired high school geography teacher.
Officer Clyde Bibbler reported that the team of officers found 3 tons of marijuana that was stashed in a corner of Mrs. Pigeonberry's greenhouse.
At first Mrs. Pigeonberry tried to say that she had no idea where the heck the sinsemilla pot had come from but after officers searched her and found 6 marijuana joints stuffed in the crotch of her bloomers she decided to confess.
The great-grandmother told the officers that she was selling the marijuana to buy school clothes for her great-grandchildren so that they would not have to go to school naked.
She also said that she was giving some of it to a local senior citizens home so that it could be given to the elderly to help cure forgetfulness.
Officers placed Mrs. Pigeonberry in handcuffs and drove her to the downtown police station.
SIDENOTE: Mrs. Pigeonberry was charged with growing and possessing 3 tons of marijuana. She was also charged with trying to bribe two SPD officers by offering them $10,000 each and a bj.