Local Banks Seek Interest Into Nelson Case - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/21/05

Local Banks Seek Interest Into Nelson Case

Local banks are now taking interest in the case against the man accused of embezzling $70 million from Patterson UTI.

Monday afternoon, Snyder National Bank's attorney filed two court orders asking the judge to give them any and all documents brought before the court, as well as knowing about upcoming hearings or appearences. The court order says Snyder is an interested party because they are a lien holder for some of Jonathan Nelson's assets.

11/17/05
Jonathan Nelson Faces Criminal Charges
Late Thursday, criminal charges were filed against Jonathan D. Nelson, also known as Jody Nelson. NewsChannel 11's Jennifer Vogel has new information on how he might have spent the money.

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