Former DeKalb County schools Superintendent Crawford Lewis and two school employees were indicted on racketeering charges Tuesday. Former schools chief operating officer Patricia Reid, also known as Pat Pope, was also indicted, along with Reid’s secretary and Reid’s former husband Tony Pope. District Attorney Gwen Keyes Fleming announced the indictments Tuesday afternoon.
Crawford faces six counts: four racketeering (RICO) charges , theft by a government employee and bribery. Patricia Reid faces seven counts: four racketeering charges, theft by a government employee, bribery, false public document. Tony Pope and secretary Cointa Moody each face four RICO counts.
Here is the latest on the case from the AJC