LUBBOCK, Texas — A tenth former Reagor Dykes employee accepted a plea deal, according to court documents.

Elaina Marie Cabral, age not listed, admitted to willfully committing wire fraud. Nine other former employees have accepted criminal plea bargains so far.

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According to court documents, Cabral admitted that she participated in a scheme to unlawfully enrich Reagor Dykes Auto Group, herself and others by deceiving Ford Motor Credit Company.

Court documents stated that Cabral was originally hired to be a finance assistant for the Ford store in Plainview in 2010 and was later promoted to office manager of Reagor-Dykes Plainview LP.

The plea agreement will need to go before a judge before being accepted.