Man Arrested, Defrauds Victims of at Least $1M
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Edited by Steve Dixon

ATLANTA (MyFOX Atlanta) — A Douglas County man is behind bars, accused of defrauding hundreds of victims of more than a million dollars.
The Cobb County Sheriffs Office said James Raymond scammed hundreds of people over the internet using an old scam.
Investigators said his victims spread all over the country and add their investigation has only just begun.    

Cobb County Sheriff Neil Warren said James Raymond — 40-years-old — of Douglasville was arrested Friday accused of internet fraud.