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Fraud indictment returned in COVID relief funds case



A Hephzibah man has been indicted on federal charges in connection with COVID relief funds.

Cameron Mills, 30, is accused of bank fraud, making a false statement on loan application, and wire fraud. He is free on bond.

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  1. And the Congress is going to continue distributing millions of dollars to Augusta and other cities calling it COVID relief. Incompetence and stupidity on parade but apparently it buys votes which is all they care about. Being a member of Congress was never meant to be a lifelong “career.”

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