11 years after the murder of Hailey Dunn, the only person of interest named by authorities has been arrested. But when KCBD Investigates tried to examine the arrest warrant to see what took so long, the Mitchell County Attorney's Office turned us away.
Bart Reagor and his wife Annette have been ordered to pay $2,715,760, plus pre-judgment interest, post-judgment interest and attorneys’ fees and costs in the amount of $38,560 to Universal Underwriters Services Corporation.
Fifteen former Reagor-Dykes Auto Group employees have pleaded guilty to various crimes involving “dummy flooring” and check kitting at the fallen auto giant. The first sentencings are set to happen on May 4, 2021 in Amarillo. The last will happen on July 27, 2021.
On Thursday, Bart Reagor, 55, was indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of bank fraud. Prior to Mr. Reagor’s indictment, 15 of his employees pleaded guilty to various crimes involving dummy flooring and check kitting at Reagor-Dykes.
The KCBD Investigates team is shining a light on medical tourism; people flying to the United States from other countries in order to get vaccinated against COVID-19, a practice that’s bringing visitors right here to Lubbock.
International Bank of Commerce is asking a Lubbock County Court to collect more than $23 million from four banks. It’s filed against Bart Reagor’s accounts at Lubbock National Bank, AIM Bank, Wells Fargo and Prosperity bank.
In an email today, Lamberson informed KCBD Investigates Reporter Kasie Davis that while the council is preparing to fill his position, they will not do so until there is a full council to make that decision.
The KCBD Investigates team is continuing to look at how local government bodies follow their own rules. This week’s focus is on the town of Slaton and just how closely city leaders are following those rules when it comes to the benefit of their own personal business.
The KCBD Investigative team continues to look into the possible inappropriate use of Lubbock Police Department resources. Specifically, how this approval effects Lubbock citizens. Why would city officials authorize tax funds for police protection for a council member at a private out of town event?
The KCBD Investigates team is looking into a major price disparity for local breast cancer screenings. You may be surprised to know when compared to cities outside of Lubbock, the cost for a Breast MRI can vary by more than 1,500%.
As part of the resolution of the Third Amended Chapter 11 Plan of Liquidation for Reagor-Dykes Auto Group, the Trustee is prepared to announce the chance for former Reagor-Dykes consumers to assert claims for compensation.
Cities are required to respond to public information requests, but when our Investigates team asked for the mayor's financial records, most of what we needed had been redacted. Here's what it took to get the answers we needed.
Back in June, the Lubbock Police Department announced an effort to bring more minority applicants into the department. Now, with the first new recruiting class about to start, we asked partners to provide a report card, indicating how well they did.
More than two years after the first claims against the Reagor Dykes Auto Group, legal action continues as the creditor’s trust for the bankrupt company filed a lawsuit claiming AimBank ignored warning signs of fraud.
The National Autopsy Assay Group, once contracted to work with the Lubbock County Medical Examiner’s Office, has sent a letter to Lubbock County officials, calling the office a “hot mess,” following the recent resignation of former Medical Examiner Dr. John Lang.
The Lubbock County Commissioners appointed Dr. Charles Addington as the Acting Chief Medical Examiner after current Medical Examiner, Dr. John Lang, submitted his resignation early Monday morning. Dr. Lang was hired in October 2019.
Businesses and individuals who were victims of fraudulent actions by employees of Reagor-Dykes Auto Group may be closer to receiving compensation after the third amended Chapter 11 liquidation plan was filed Tuesday.
It has been more than two months since Lubbock’s stay at home order was put into effect and during that time Lubbock saw a 50% decrease in reported child abuse cases compared to the same time last year. However, experts say the numbers are deceiving, and in reality, are evidence of a bigger problem.
Attorneys for the Reagor-Dykes Auto Group estate filed a motion late Monday morning claiming former CFO Shane Smith “cooked the books,” allowing him to take $527,076.81 commission payments he was not owed.
In a 33-page complaint filed Wednesday, the bankrupt auto group claims: “FMCC racked up millions in profits from interest that the Debtors paid and interest that consumers paid on vehicle deals that Reagor-Dykes originated.”
The plan will shut down the remaining business operations, sell off everything that is left, and will hand over the consumer issues to a creditors trustee and the consumer ombudsman. The plan also supports the settlement with Rick Dykes.
A motion for a proposed settlement submitted Thursday afternoon by Reagor-Dykes Motors, Rick Dykes and supported by the Texas Attorney General, would release Rick Dykes from all financial claims and/or causes of action in the Reagor-Dykes bankruptcy case.