A former Seymour man accused of defrauding Indiana banks of more than $10 million has been indicted on 13 federal charges of bank and wire fraud.
The charges against Todd Van Natta, 35, Columbus, were released Thursday by the office of Joseph Hogsett, the U.S. attorney of the southern district of Indiana.
Van Natta, a former Seymour businessman, was arrested in March and has been detained by federal authorities on the fraud accusations. A grand jury indicted him June 20 on formal charges, including 10 counts of bank fraud and three counts of wire fraud.
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