Farmland Owned By Jonathan Nelson Sold - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

4/26/2006

Farmland Owned By Jonathan Nelson Sold

More than 13,000 acres of farmland, owned by an accused embezzler, is now off the market.

A federal judge finalized the sale of two areas of farmland owned by Jonathan Nelson. Nelson is accused of embezzling $70 million from a Snyder based oil company. CS investments paid $1,895,000 for 3,000 acres of land in Lamb County.

Chase Farms Texas LLC bought 12,700 acres of farmland located in Jones, Fisher, and Stonewall counties. They paid $7,280,000.

Jonathan "Jody" Nelson Auction Items
Jonathan "Jody" Nelson, the man accused of embezzling $78-million from a Snyder-based oil drilling company is about to say good-bye to all of his assets. Click here to see a complete list of Nelson's assets that will be on the auction block.

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