On September 26th, 2000, Chief United States District Judge James R. Nowlin entered judgment against David Carl McIntosh in connection with the conviction of Mr. McIntosh, after a jury trial, of numerous counts of wire fraud, mail fraud, conspiracy and money laundering.
The investment scheme involved an oil and gas related company, issuing notes, called Austin Jones.
Judge Nowlin sentenced the Defendant to 168 months in the custody of the United States Bureau of Prisons and to restitution in the amount of $2,579,475.84. The case number was A-98-CR-171(3), Western District Of Texas- Austin Division.
The matter was investigated by the Texas Securities Board in cooperation with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Office Of The United States Attorney.