The Queen Of Crack
Jemeker Thompson, known as “Queen Pin,” was a leader in the cocaine business in the 1980s in Los Angeles, California. She grew up very poor and was evicted from her home at a very young age. She got into the drug business to avoid poverty. She teamed up with and eventually married an older man, Anthony Mosley, and they started a cocaine trade together. It wasn’t long before they started trafficking crack and became one of the biggest dealers in the city. After her husband was killed, Jemeker kept working and brought in hundreds of thousands of dollars in drug money.
Ratted Out By Her Boyfriend
Jemeker continued to make alliances in the drug trade when she met a man known as “Cheese.” The two worked together to expand her empire. Then Cheese was arrested and ratted her out to police. She went on the run in the early 1990s, leaving Los Angeles and into hiding. When she returned to attend her son’s sixth-grade graduation ceremony, police arrested her. She was sent to jail for 15 years. While serving time, she found religion. She started a ministry after she was released and continues to run it today.
Police Officer Turned Drug Boss?
Mireya Moreno Carreon was also known as “La Flack” or “Skinny Girl.” She became famous in Mexico after becoming one of the first women to earn power in the Las Zetas drug cartel. Her role in the crime organization involved overseeing drug trafficking in San Nicolas de Los Garza. It wasn’t too long before she became one of Las Zeta’s bosses. She was arrested in 2011 and was caught carrying 100 bags of cocaine and 50 bags of crack. Before linking up with drug lords, Mireya was reportedly a police officer. A San Nicolas de los Garza officer with the same name earned a community service award after confronting kidnappers in April 2009.Please Scroll Below for NEXT Page to continue