Former DeKalb superintendent to be sentenced

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. -- Former DeKalb County Schools superintendent Crawford Lewis will learn his fate Monday in a corruption scandal that rocked the district.

Lewis pleaded guilty in October to a scheme where he helped funnel about $80 million in construction contracts to a company owned by the ex-husband of Pat Reid, the district's chief operating officer.

He is expected to serve about a year behind bars for helping prosecutors convicted Reid and Tony Pope.


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