Va. teacher's son shipped pot to home
A Virginia Beach teacher no longer faces drug-trafficking charges after her son admitted in court that he shipped marijuana to her home without her knowledge.
Those charges were dropped last month, but she was convicted of a related misdemeanor charge. The Virginian-Pilot reported Tuesday that Mahler is appealing that conviction.
The charges stemmed from a shipment of more than 6 pounds of marijuana sent to Mahler's home. Kenneth Mahler has agreed to plead guilty to two felony counts. A friend of the younger Mahler, Devin King, also faces several drug charges.
Mahler remains suspended from her job pending an appeal.
| January 5, 2011; 7:52 AM ET
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