ATLANTA (AP) - Charges have been dropped against a metro Atlanta minister and his brother who were accused of bilking members of their congregation out of thousands of dollars.
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Rev. Wiley Jackson, of the Gospel Tabernacle Cathedral and his brother, Rodney, were accused of selling investments without a license. DeKalb County District Attorney's officials Tuesday said the two have repaid investors $90,000.
An eight-count indictment charged the two with selling investments in their company, Genesis LLC and receiving at least $12,000 from investors beginning in 2002.
Authorities say the Jacksons paid seven investors from an escrow account.