Two Cape God golf course developers have been indicted on charges of bank fraud in connection with $38 million in real estate loans from the former Bank of New England and Sentry Federal Savings Bank.

Patricia C. Harrison, 48, and Stephen G. Harrison, 57, now living in Hollywood, Fla., face up to 500 years in prison and up to $25 million in fines if found guilty on all 100 counts of bank fraud tied to the development of Falmouth Woods, a luxury project in Falmouth, Mass.

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