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One Bank Takes Claims Against David Crews to Federal Bankruptcy Court

One Bank Takes Claims Against David Crews to Federal Bankruptcy Court
From left, an aerial view of the Crews property in west Little Rock being foreclosed on by Centennial Bank and the property in Lonoke County on which IberiaBank has secured a claim. |  (PAGIS/Lonoke County Assessor)

The financial tiff between David Crews and Little Rock's One Bank & Trust has shifted venues from Pulaski County Circuit Court to U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
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