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April 29, 2010 12:00 AM

Longtime federal Judge Wilbur Owens dead at 80

U.S. District Judge Wilbur D. Owens Jr., who presided over major cases involving corruption in the Macon Police Department, several gambling rings and large-scale drug trafficking, died Wednesday. He was 80.

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