AUGUSTA, Ga-- After years on the run, an Augusta man is in a Texas jail.
Sabra Johnson was arrested in the Houston area. He was wanted in Columbia County.
In July 2006, Johnson was indicted by a federal grand jury on two counts of wire fraud, three counts of fraudulent use of an access device, and three counts of aggravated identity theft.
Johnson used to own Tilly's Peas and Butterbeans on Wrightsboro Road in Augusta.
The 2006 indictment alleged Johnson used his position as president of a non-denominational ministry to get social security numbers and other personal information from job applicants, and then use that information to get credit cards.
His last known address in the Augusta area was in the Westlake subdivision.
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