Developer Brandon Barber gets break on restitution in federal court | Arkansas Blog

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Developer Brandon Barber gets break on restitution in federal court

Posted By on Thu, Jan 22, 2015 at 8:49 AM

Brandon Barber, the former high-flying Northwest Arkansas developer now serving a prison sentence for fraud, got cut a break on restiution yesterday in Fort Smith.

Paul Gatling of Northwest Arkansas Business Journal reports that federal Judge P. K. Holmes ruled that Barber  must pay only $450,000 to a Fayetteville bank for his role in a fraud scheme. The government had sought more than $16 million for three lenders. Barber has a 65-month sentence before he can enter the workforce.


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