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Initial TPD reports claimed Rachel sold 35 pounds of marijuana per month, which would gross about

Initial TPD reports claimed Rachel sold 35 pounds of marijuana per month, which would gross about $1.2-$1.5 million annually …Now Rachel was a generous person, often cooking meals for friends or buying a plate of sushi for all of us to share, but I can assure you that she did not live the lifestyle of someone who made $1.2-1.5 million tax-free profit every year.Police told her the only way out of the prison time was to become a confidential informant.

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Initial TPD reports claimed Rachel sold 35 pounds of marijuana per month, which would gross about $1.2-$1.5 million annually …

Now Rachel was a generous person, often cooking meals for friends or buying a plate of sushi for all of us to share, but I can assure you that she did not live the lifestyle of someone who made $1.2-1.5 million tax-free profit every year.

Police told her the only way out of the prison time was to become a confidential informant.

Her first undercover drug buy was to be one of the biggest in Tallahassee history.

“We’re not saying we’re dropping the charges,” he said.

“Whatever you can provide, the state attorney will decide how to balance your assistance with your crime.” Questions frequently up in discussions of Hoffman’s death involved the amounts of various drugs she purportedly possessed and whether she was herself selling marijuana and other substances.

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Initial TPD reports claimed Rachel sold 35 pounds of marijuana per month, which would gross about $1.2-$1.5 million annually …Now Rachel was a generous person, often cooking meals for friends or buying a plate of sushi for all of us to share, but I can assure you that she did not live the lifestyle of someone who made $1.2-1.5 million tax-free profit every year.Police told her the only way out of the prison time was to become a confidential informant.

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Initial TPD reports claimed Rachel sold 35 pounds of marijuana per month, which would gross about $1.2-$1.5 million annually …

Now Rachel was a generous person, often cooking meals for friends or buying a plate of sushi for all of us to share, but I can assure you that she did not live the lifestyle of someone who made $1.2-1.5 million tax-free profit every year.

Police told her the only way out of the prison time was to become a confidential informant.

Her first undercover drug buy was to be one of the biggest in Tallahassee history.

“We’re not saying we’re dropping the charges,” he said.

“Whatever you can provide, the state attorney will decide how to balance your assistance with your crime.” Questions frequently up in discussions of Hoffman’s death involved the amounts of various drugs she purportedly possessed and whether she was herself selling marijuana and other substances.

.5 million annually …

Now Rachel was a generous person, often cooking meals for friends or buying a plate of sushi for all of us to share, but I can assure you that she did not live the lifestyle of someone who made

Initial TPD reports claimed Rachel sold 35 pounds of marijuana per month, which would gross about $1.2-$1.5 million annually …Now Rachel was a generous person, often cooking meals for friends or buying a plate of sushi for all of us to share, but I can assure you that she did not live the lifestyle of someone who made $1.2-1.5 million tax-free profit every year.Police told her the only way out of the prison time was to become a confidential informant.

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Initial TPD reports claimed Rachel sold 35 pounds of marijuana per month, which would gross about $1.2-$1.5 million annually …

Now Rachel was a generous person, often cooking meals for friends or buying a plate of sushi for all of us to share, but I can assure you that she did not live the lifestyle of someone who made $1.2-1.5 million tax-free profit every year.

Police told her the only way out of the prison time was to become a confidential informant.

Her first undercover drug buy was to be one of the biggest in Tallahassee history.

“We’re not saying we’re dropping the charges,” he said.

“Whatever you can provide, the state attorney will decide how to balance your assistance with your crime.” Questions frequently up in discussions of Hoffman’s death involved the amounts of various drugs she purportedly possessed and whether she was herself selling marijuana and other substances.

.2-1.5 million tax-free profit every year.

Police told her the only way out of the prison time was to become a confidential informant.

Her first undercover drug buy was to be one of the biggest in Tallahassee history.

“We’re not saying we’re dropping the charges,” he said.

“Whatever you can provide, the state attorney will decide how to balance your assistance with your crime.” Questions frequently up in discussions of Hoffman’s death involved the amounts of various drugs she purportedly possessed and whether she was herself selling marijuana and other substances.

If they had followed they would’ve immediately tipped off the dealers to the bust and she would’ve had no chance of getting out alive.A ABC News article (published on the same day Hoffman was buried) offered initial information about how that traffic stop eventually led to Hoffman’s bullet-ridden body being found in a ditch in April 2008: Authorities began the process of explaining how Hoffman became a police informant, a relationship initiated when police executed a search warrant at her apartment April 17 and recovered more than 200 grams of marijuana as well as ecstasy.Hoffman was already part of a drug court program after a 2007 traffic stop in which police found enough marijuana to arrest her.According to a local news report, on 17 April 2008, while Hoffman was under drug court supervision stemming the February 2007 traffic stop, Tallahassee police searched her apartment and turned up cannabis and a small quantity of Ecstasy: [P]olice searched Hoffman’s home and found cannabis, drug paraphernalia and six ecstasy pills.They found 151.7 grams (or 5.328 ounces) of cannabis, rolling papers, a digital scale with cannabis residue and a book titled “The Cannabible,” according to records [Tallahassee police] released.They found Ecstasy, Valium, and over 5 ounces of weed when they searched her apartment.

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