ATLANTA (AP) - A Marietta real estate attorney has been accused
of cheating more than 125 investors out of $28 million by promising
returns of up to 15 percent by placing their money in real estate
financing and development.
The U.S. Attorney's Office says 48-year-old Robert P. Copeland, charged Thursday with one count of wire fraud.
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