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One day after former Chief Financial Officer for the Reagor-Dykes Auto Group, Shane Smith, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud by getting money through false documents, the court has scheduled the sentencing for October 1 at 9 a.m.
Bart and Annette Reagor are demanding a trial by jury on all matters that may be tried. They’re also asking the judge to dismiss Universal’s complaint. Bart and Annette are also asking for the recovery of their costs and attorneys’ fees and for “further relief to which they may be justly entitled.”
A Lubbock man is behind bars after admitting to police he punched his 1-month-old child in the ribs, abdomen and head, at least five to seven times, and “probably a lot more than that,” according to police records. Police records show the mother of the child has also been arrested.
Reagor Dykes Auto Group, Lubbock County, the Texas Comptroller and the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles have filed a notice that they have agreed to a resolution for the 656 remaining consumer title issues involving tax, title and license fees in Texas.
Scott Riley Hall, the former Coronado High School teacher charged in federal court for enticement of a minor will go to trial on April 15, 2019. If convicted, he faces a sentence of 10 years to life in prison.
“Ms. Graves is a hero for exposing these California body snatchers who have taken over the Lubbock County Medical Examiner’s Office,” said attorney Kevin Glasheen. “Of course, they immediately fired her for doing so – and now we are going to make them pay.”
In a news release from Krispy Kreme, the newly introduced and limited-time offer for heart-shaped “Conversation Doughnuts” were expected to fill a need and allow fans to “express all the feels.” The fans responded with “all the feels” when what they got was not what was promised.
McDougal Companies has been invited to Dearborn, Michigan by Ford Motor Credit to attend a “global settlement” meeting. Ewing Auto Group out of the Dallas area has also been invited. The meeting is to discuss and possibly solve problems related to the bankruptcy of Reagor-Dykes Auto Group.
A Lubbock family is reaching out to the community for support after learning their loved one, Crish McCutcheon, will now be a quadruple amputee. According to the family, she was diagnosed with pneumonia that went septic on Jan. 6.