The State of Texas filed suit against Bart Reagor and Rick Dykes, individually, in Travis County Monday, asking for more than $50,000 in unpaid sales taxes plus interest and attorney's fees.

The State is joined by the Cities of Amarillo, Floydada, Lamesa, Lubbock, Plainview and Snyder, as well as Dawson, Hale, Lubbock and Scurry Counties in the suit. Each of these has at least one Reagor-Dykes Auto Group dealership in its jurisdiction.

The lawsuit claims Reagor and Dykes are obligated to pay sales and use tax, interest, and penalties to the state, cities, and counties, accounted by the state comptroller's office. The unpaid amounts, according to Comptroller Glenn Hegar, were accrued between July and September 2018.

The lawsuit claims action against Reagor-Dykes Auto Company, the Plainview dealership, Reagor-Dykes Imports, the dealership in Amarillo, Reagor-Dykes Motors, the Floydada dealership, the Reagor Auto Mall, and the dealership in Snyder.

Each dealership has different amounts it owes to the state, the counties, and cities. The total amount due between all the plaintiffs is more than $50,000. The largest delinquent amount the state claims is $12,688.66 to Texas from the dealership in Lamesa.