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Ga. banker pleads not guilty to fraud charges

January 8, 2014 • Business


CORRECTS YEAR – Former Georgia banker Aubrey Price, 47, is led out of the Federal Courthouse after a hearing Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014, in Statesboro, Ga. Price, accused of stealing millions from investors before vanishing for 18 months, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to federal bank fraud charges and agreed to remain jailed without bond pending trial. (AP Photo/Lewis Levine)

STATESBORO, Ga. (AP) — A former Georgia banker accused of stealing millions from investors before vanishing for 18 months pleaded not guilty Wednesday to federal bank fraud charges and agreed to remain jailed without bond pending trial.

Aubrey Lee Price, 47, didn’t speak as he sat hunched between his court-appointed lawyer and an attorney who’s a family friend and has agreed to assist with his case for free. Though prosecutors say he misspent, embezzled and lost $21 million, Price was able to show the court Login to read more

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