Former Prince George's County assistant school superintendent Pamela Y. Hoffler-Riddick has been sentenced to 6.5 years in prison on federal drug money laundering charges.
- Ex-Md. and Va. educator gets 6 1/2 -year term in drug case; She was convicted for laundering money in trafficking operation.
- Sun, 3 May 2006 (AP-long).
- Shorter AP stories under various titles:
- News Briefs; Judge mulls request to acquit ex-educator of money laundering, 24 Jan 2006
- Can PG Schools Compete? . . ., 20 Oct 2005
- Hoffler-Riddick found guilty of money laundering, 14 Ocr 2005
- More on Hoffler-Riddick and a Question, 25 Jan 2005
- Fwd: Channel 9 News "Assistant Superintendent Busted in Drug Ring," 25 Jan 2005
- PG Asst. Supt. Arrested on Drug Charges, 25 Jan 2005