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  • Grand jury indicts 2 top DeKalb school officials

    Grand jury indicts 2 top DeKalb school officials
    May 26, 2010 --

    A DeKalb County grand jury today indicted former school Superintendent Crawford Lewis and Pat Reid, the district’s former chief operating officer, as well as her ex-husband, architect Tony Pope, and her secretary. The indictment alleges $80 million in fraudulently awarded construction contracts, tens of thousands of dollars in sports and theater tickets as bribes, and a taxpayer-funded stay in the Bahamas. The grand jury also charged, without elaboration, that Reid tried to blackmail Lewis.





    May 26

    May 26, 2010 --

    Major errors found in Fulton tax assessments Firm accused of governmental waste in sewage contract DeKalb judge spent $25K on travel Teacher’s suit asks court to change interviewing policies Study: Overuse threatens S. Ga. aquifer Clayton investigators: No signs of CRCT cheating APS yet to submit findings on cheating