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FBI Arrest Columbus Man for Wire-Mail Fraud

Special agents arrested a man at the courthouse Thursday morning.

They say 45 year-old Robin Ligon of Newnan, Georgia was arrested on multiple counts of mail and wire fraud.

More than $2 million in fraudulent mortgage loans were processed for Columbus residents. Allegedly, this scheme resulted in the lost of $300,000 and many foreclosures. 

Ligon has been released on a $25,000 bond. If convicted, Ligon could serve a maximum sentence of 30 years.

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