AMARILLO, Texas — A tentative sentencing date for Bart Reagor was announced as February 24, 2022, according to court documents filed Tuesday. A jury found Reagor guilty on one count of making false statements to a bank October 15.
The sentencing date is tentative, meaning it could be pushed back to a later time.
The court will consider a number of factors when deciding Reagor’s sentence. This includes his criminal history and any relevant statements he has made.
The jury was deadlocked for a majority of deliberations, meaning they couldn’t come to a unanimous conclusion. Ultimately, Reagor was convicted on one charge of making false statements to a bank and acquitted on two charges of bank fraud.
Reagor faces up to 30 years in federal prison and a maximum fine of $1 million. Because he was determined to not be a flight risk or a danger by the judge, he was allowed to remain free until sentencing.