During the last 20 years, Rick Tabish has been a successful business executive. He founded a number of businesses in Missoula, Montana, in the mid-1990s, including Telepro and Wash Works Inc., and he has worked in the state’s oil and gas industries for more than a decade. He currently owns FX Solutions Inc., which operates the Atlas Power Data Center in Butte, Montana. He also has a house in Missoula that is on the market for $344,000, and he recently sold the mining rights to a Jean sand pit to Rubber Technology International Inc., a Los Angeles-based company.
Tabish has two young children, and he has been working hard on his business career. He has a mortgage on his house in Missoula and an IRS lien on his home. He has also tried to bring a transportation company to town. He has also done business in North Dakota for over a decade. He has had several failed business ventures, but has recently moved on from his past.
Tabish has been involved in the death of Ted Binion, an American gambling executive who died in 1999. After Binion died, it took nearly 68 hours to determine his murder. In the initial investigation, police believed that Binion died from a drug overdose, but a private investigator compiled evidence that Binion was murdered.
Tabish was one of the suspects in the death of Binion, and his death was also a topic of NBC News’ Dateline: What Happens in Vegas. Binion was born in Dallas, Texas, and lived in Las Vegas. He has four siblings, including an older brother named Jack. A lot of the money Binion had left behind has never been found. He was worth at least $1 billion when he died.
The Las Vegas Police Department initially thought that Binion died of a drug overdose, but defense attorneys were able to cast doubt on this theory. Instead, Binion hid valuables in a series of locations, including an underground vault in Pahrump. He had a large amount of silver, valued at $4 million to $7 million. He had coins and jewels worth $7 million, but the money has never been found.
Tabish was charged with robbery and conspiracy to commit grand larceny, but he was ultimately found not guilty of murder. He was sentenced to between 12-60 months in prison. He and his girlfriend, Sandy Murphy, were convicted of the crime in 2000. However, their conviction was overturned in 2003.
Rick Tabish has moved on from his darkest period in his life, and he has become an active businessman. He has run a cryptocurrency mining operation near Butte, Montana. He is a member of the Missoula Chamber of Commerce and has worked in the state’s oil and natural gas industries. He has also worked for Marvin Rehbein Sr. and has been a part-owner of an art gallery. He is also president of FX Solutions Inc. He has been married to Mary Jo, a daughter of Marvin Rehbein Sr.