A former Columbus Bank & Trust Co. vice president appeared in federal court today on a bank fraud charge.
Gail Baker Page, who was a vice president of the bank in 2004 and 2005, was indicted Thursday on the federal charge, court records show. She stood before U.S. Magistrate G. Mallon Faircloth today, who informed her of the charge against her.
According to the indictment, Page caused CB&T to lose more than $159,000.
Faircloth released Page on her own recognizance.
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