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Business owners indicted

November 5, 2004

Bainbridge - Four loan companies in Bainbridge were warned to close or face criminal charges. District Attorney-Elect, Joe Mulholland says, "Of those four, two took us up on our offer, the other two decided to fight it, so, this week in Grand Jury, specifically yesterday, we indicted those two for RICO violations, approximately 50 counts on each one."

He says the loan companies, Money Now, owned by Nathaniel Glenn and First Cash Title Pawn, owned by John Dunlap, were charging too much interest on loans.

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