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2 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.; Suite 356
Atlanta, GA 30334
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ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr today announced that former Pickens County School Superintendent Carlton Wilson and his wife, Cindy Wilson, have pleaded guilty to one count each of Racketeering and Theft by Taking. Separately, Carlton Wilson has also pleaded guilty to six additional counts of Theft by Taking by a Fiduciary, Theft by Deception, and Theft by Conversion. The charges stem from Mr. Wilson’s engagement in various schemes intended to illegally obtain funds for personal use. Cindy Wilson also participated in one of these schemes.
Defendants currently awaiting trial on separate human trafficking charges in Fulton County
ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr and the Better Business Bureau (BBB) of North Georgia are teaming up to warn Georgians about ticket scams ahead of this weekend’s Southeastern Conference (SEC) Championship Game between the University of Georgia (UGA) and Louisiana State University (LSU). Big games present an opportunity for scammers to exploit consumers through the sale of fake, void or stolen tickets on the secondary market. Not only can consumers lose money in these scams, but they may also fall victim to identify theft if both personal and financial information are provided as part of the transaction.
Georgia set to receive over $1.17 million under the terms of the settlements