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Georgia couple arrested in alleged mortgage fraud

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A Georgia man and his girlfriend have been arrested for mortgage fraud, police officials said. Ajesh Shretta, 33, and his girlfriend, Angela Keaton-Goodin, 40, both of Sandy Springs, Ga., were arrested in connection with an alleged mortgage fraud case that involved a property at 163 Flat Shoals Ave., in Atlanta, according to the Gwinnett County Police Department. Warrants for the two were obtained April 7 and April 28, and the two were subsequently arrested, police said. Investigators with the Computer Crimes Squad of the Gwinnett County Police Department are currently investigating the case, officials said. The police department alleged that on Feb. 7, Shretta purchased the property at 163 Flat Shoals Ave. in Atlanta, Ga., for $200,000. The home was purchased at the Law Office of Patterson and Kaye in Duluth, Ga., officials allege. Shretta allegedly purchased the home in the name of Naim Sayed without Sayed's permission or authorization, officials say. Sayed and Shretta were former ...