More fallout from the Reagor-Dykes Auto Group situation.

Two more employees have entered pleas of guilty to fraud for their role in a $23 million check-kiting scheme, allegedly under the direction of the auto group’s former Chief Financial Officer, Shane Smith.

Lindsay Clare Williams the auto groups accounting manager admitted to investigators she and her co-conspirators kited checks through 19 bank accounts to falsely inflate the daily balances of RDAG’s accounts.

Paige Anna Johnston the office manager for the Floydada dealership would prepare for the floor plan audits by creating false paperwork, 

The sentencing hearing for both Johnston and Williams is set for Feb. 19, 2020, at 10 a.m. in Amarillo.