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Former Coldwater town clerk George Nangah has been indicted on charges that he stole $116,000 from the municipality over a three-year period, according to a release from State Auditor Shad White.

Nangah, a 51-year old resident of Cordova, Tenn., was arrested Friday, October 5, by local law enforcement in Tunica County after a joint investigation between the Mississippi Office of the State Auditor and federal agencies. 

He faces a federal indictment on 14 counts of wire fraud and was issued a demand from the State Auditor’s Office for $302,973.19 to repay the stolen and misspent money, plus investigative and interest costs.

Nangah served as town clerk in Coldwater from 2014 until he was fired in 2017.

For more on this breaking story, read the Tuesday, Oct. 16 printed edition of the Tate Record.


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