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Former Augusta man sentenced to prison for multi-million dollar scheme to defraud a mortgage lender

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A former Richmond County man has been sentenced to federal prison for bank and bankruptcy fraud related to his purchase of an Augusta apartment complex.

Jerome Walter Kiggundu, 38, now a resident of Commerce City, Colo., was sentenced to 48 months in prison after his conviction in a jury trial i...

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    • The lender is probably running around like the CarFax guy, with the fake nose and glasses. Probably too embarrassed that they did not complete their due diligence on the dude. I bet they never called his bank that only had $500 in it.

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