— A Fayetteville man was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole for the 2012 beating death of Fort Bragg soldier Kelli Bordeaux.Nicholas Michael Holbert, 28, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and first-degree kidnapping.Dorrell referred to "5-6 gifts" during her interview with Long, according to the notes, and Long said the money was used for the car, wedding expenses and a vacation.
Long wrote a detailed list of contract violations Petrino had committed before meeting with the former coach to discuss them.
He included in his notes that he was still looking for Petrino to remain the Arkansas coach, despite those violations, and asked Petrino to "help me understand why these are not violations of your contract."However, Petrino's answers didn't provide Long with the ammunition he was looking for to keep the highly successful coach.
The purchase of the black Acura apparently came three days after she was hired.
Dorrell quit her job on Tuesday and received $14,000 in what the school described only as a settlement payment.
After Bordeaux's disappearance, police repeatedly questioned Holbert because he was the last person seen with her, but he insisted he dropped her off at her apartment complex that night and didn't know what happened after that.
West said Holbert was incarcerated for part of 20 for violations of his obligations as a registered sex offender. Holbert was drunk and simply "snapped" when Bordeaux commented about him being a sex offender, Smith said.
The notes suggest the 51-year-old Petrino and 25-year-old Jessica Dorrell were intimate for approximately five months, from September or October until this past February.
According to the notes, however, the university discovered 326 phone calls and 7,228 text messages between the two that date back to April 2011.
-- Bobby Petrino's relationship with his assistant dated back more than a year, with the former Arkansas coach sending her candy, calling her a "close friend" and suggesting the affair that cost him his job started with a kiss over lunch last fall, according to documents released on Thursday.