A baby drug dealer from Queens turned 13 Thursday, a day after she was busted for selling crack to an undercover cop.
The girl, spending the first day of her teen years in custody, was one of 37 people arrested for selling crack, marijuana, OxyContin and powder cocaine out of two Far Rockaway housing complexes. Sources said the girl, whose name was withheld, hung out after school with some older girls at the Almeda Ave. apartment of one of the men in the drug crew.
The other girls smoked pot and had sex with the dealers in exchange for drugs and pocket money, sources said.
But while the 13-year-old - who looked older than her age - didn't have sex with the men, she was sent out to peddle drugs for them, sources said.
Cops didn't find out how old she was until her mom showed up at the precinct after the girl's arrest.
Terrence Jenkins, 21, of Far Rockaway, was charged under a 2006 law that makes it a felony to have a child sell drugs on an adult's behalf.
Also arrested was an airport security screener for the Transportation Security Administration, Joy Faulkenson, 32, of Queens.
News courtesy of The New York Daily News