Tagged: mountain pure llc

Simmons First Sues Mountain Pure for Defaulting on $16.5M in Loans

by Mark Friedman 3/25/2014 04:17 pm

Simmons First National Bank has sued Mountain Pure and its owner, John B. Stacks, for defaulting on $16.5 million worth of loans. Meanwhile, Stacks is launching a website to offer his take on events surrounding his indictment in separate case.

More Legal Battles Pile Up for Mountain Pure's John Stacks

by Arkansas Business Staff 2/17/2014 12:00 am

In the first of two lawsuits filed against the water bottling company this month, North Bay Investors LTD of Miami Beach, Fla., sued Mountain Pure and its owner, John B. Stacks — who is facing federal felony charges in an unrelated matter — over a deal that collapsed late last year.

Lawsuit Makes Splash Against Mountain Pure

by Arkansas Business Staff 1/20/2014 12:00 am

Georgia-Pacific Corrugated LLC of Atlanta, a supplier of cardboard packing material, has filed a civil lawsuit in Pulaski County Circuit Court alleging that Mountain Pure and its related entities, Mountain Pure MS LLC and Mountain Pure Texas LLC, haven't paid their bills.

John Stacks: Federal Charges 'Without Merit' But Not Surprising

by Gwen Moritz 12/13/2013 01:24 pm

Banker and business owner John Stacks has issued a statement denying any wrongdoing in his dealings with a Small Business Administration loan while complaining that a recent federal indictment was so vague that "we're not exactly sure what it is alleging."

Update: John Stacks, Banker and Owner of Mountain Pure Water, Indicted on 11 Counts

by Gwen Moritz 12/3/2013 09:36 pm

John Stacks, the owner of water bottler Mountain Pure LLC, was indicted Tuesday on 11 felony counts related to what federal prosecutors say was a fraudulent loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration in 2009. Charges include wire fraud and money laundering.

Federal Agents Sued After Raiding Bottled Water Employees, Confiscating Cellphones

by Arkansas Business Staff 3/11/2013 12:00 am

Mountain Pure LLC of Little Rock and several of its employees said federal agents crossed the line when they executed a search warrant at the plant in January 2012.