Former CB&T vice president indicted for bank fraud

By Laurie Bernstein - bio | email

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - After a four and a half year investigation, Gail Baker Page appeared in federal court Monday, after being indicted for bank fraud.

Between November 3rd, 2004, and September 13th, 2005, FBI agents allege Page stole $159,000 from CB&T Bank and put in a separate account at SouthTrust Bank.

She plead not guilty to the charges, but if convicted, Page faces up to 30 years in prison and a $1 million dollar fine.

At time of crime, Page was employed as Vice President of CB&T's Columbus office.

She has been let out on bond on her own recognizance.

No trial date has been set.