The business was located in the former Sports Page Restaurant and Lounge building, which closed in 2011.
On Deck opened in April 2013, but closed a month later amid allegations by one of its business partners, Per Wickstrom’s nephew Stephen Anderson, that the project was over budget and that employees were not being paid.
DeMoss reopened On Deck in late November 2014 along with Buckhannon, who had been involved with the business from the beginning.
DeMoss told the Battle Creek Enquirer shortly after the reopening in November 2014 that about 45 people were employed at On Deck and that thousands of dollars had been spent to refurbish the business.
“We are coming back even twice as better as before,” DeMoss said, demonstrating her weak grip on proper grammar. “I’m thrilled about that.”
Robert Buckhannon was arrested on July 26, 2014 on a charge of misdemeanor Domestic Violence relating to a "girlfriend"—Kelly DeMoss.
The arrest was made by the Saugatuck-Douglas Police Department, and Buckhannon plead guilty on May 8, 2015 to a charge of disturbing the peace and paid fines and fees totaling $625.00.
Gee, and they once seemed so happy together!
Buckhannon was arrested by FBI agents at a Henderson, Nevada coffee shop on October 1, 2014, for his alleged role in a $34 million dollar hedge fund fraud and charged in a criminal indictment with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of wire fraud.
Buckhannon's trial is currently scheduled to begin on April 24, 2017 in United States District Court in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Buckhannon is currently a not-so-silent partner with former hedge fund associate Zia Shlaimoun in a shady clinical testing lab/bogus investment scheme under the Goldstar Laboratories, LLC banner.