By Carol A. Gasser Moore
ALBANY, Georgia – Isaac Lee Camon (49) made his initial appearance before U.S. Magistrate Judge Langstaff in Albany on Monday, March 24th. Camon was ordered detained by the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Georgia.
Camon has been indicted by the United States of America for the Middle District of Georgia, Valdosta Division. The most recent indictment is for PPP fraud. Last week, the Lanier County News (LCN) confirmed that Isaac Camon was arrested in South Georgia and is being held in a federal facility.
As the Lanier County News has learned, Camon is charged with count one of wire fraud in the amount of $660,000. He is said to have applied on-line for unemployment benefits under state and federal pandemic assistance programs, periodically electronically transferring unemployment benefit funds into a payment account with Comerica Bank and electronically accessing those funds using a debit card to withdraw and use those fraudulently obtained funds.