An FBI undercover investigation that began last spring led Friday night to the arrest of a federal senior judge on federal drug and gun charges stemming from an alleged series of liaisons with an exotic dancer with a felony record, according to a complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Atlanta on Monday.

U.S. District Senior Judge Jack T. Camp may be the first sitting judge in Georgia’s Northern District to be arrested by FBI agents, said Camp’s lead counsel, Atlanta defense attorney William A. Morrison. His comments came after Camp’s first appearance on Monday before a federal magistrate judge, who was brought in from Alabama after jurists in the Atlanta federal court recused.

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