Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Kelly Rogers Arrested October 29th


*****Day 9: November 7th; Rogers Bonds out of jail.
*****Day 9: November 7th, Rogers still in jail.
*****Bond Reduction Hearing: 9:00 am November 6th.
*****November 4th: Rogers moved, 1C Cell 12 Bunk 1.
*****November 1st: Still in the slammer.
*****October 31st: police surround the GEORGE SHIPP 
          house, property encircled with Yellow "Crime Scene"
          tape and Police leave the home with several boxes
          of evidence.
 
It's the gift that keeps on giving. Naturally, we're talking about the arrest record of Kelly Gordon Rogers.  

Yesterday, Kelly G Rogers was arrested, processed and is now in the Collin County Jail. He was arrested by the McKinney Police Department. This is the FIFTH time Kelly Rogers has been arrested. He currently occupies 3A Cell 11 Bunk 1. 

   
It appears a hearing took place on 10/29/2013. My guess is that Bondsman Tom Benson relieved himself of his undertaking by asking the court to surrender the accused into the custody. Looks like the motion was granted and a new warrant was issued for the arrest of Kelly Rogers. 

It'll be interesting to see what happens. Does Rogers' have a stash of assets to secure a new bond? If he does, he'll bond out in no time. If he doesn't, he could sit in jail until his February trail. But that's Doubtful.  

Warrant Type: Affidavit of CCP 17.16 - Discharge of Surety

 


TEX CR. CODE ANN. § 17.16 : Texas Statutes - Article 17.16: DISCHARGE OF LIABILITY; SURRENDER OR INCARCERATION OF PRINCIPAL BEFORE FORFEITURE. According to the Collin County Website; On 10/30/2013 a hearing took place and the bondsman forfeited

 (a) A surety may before forfeiture relieve himself of his undertaking by:

(1) surrendering the accused into the custody of the sheriff of the county where the prosecution is pending; or

(2) delivering to the sheriff of the county where the prosecution is pending an affidavit stating that the accused is incarcerated in federal custody, in the custody of any state, or in any county of this state.(b) For the purposes of Subsection (a)(2) of this article, the bond is discharged and the surety is absolved of liability on the bond on the sheriff's verification of the incarceration of the accused.
 
October 31st: police surround the GEORGE SHIPP house, property encircled with Yellow "Crime Scene" tape and Police leave the home with several boxes of new evidence.
 
Crime scene: 18 Stonebriar Way, Frisco, TX 75034
 
 

 

Monday, October 14, 2013

Don't fret--justice is coming to Kelly Rogers!

A Reader Comments about Kelly G Rogers: 

Kelly G Rogers Report"Hello KELLY! Maybe in your free time of plotting your scams, you should look at what Dale Barron and The Collin County District Attorney's Office did to KAREN BOWIE.. She just received um.... 80 YEARS ON ONE CASE! Kudos to Dale Barron and the District Attorney's Office. The wheels may move slow, however they are proving to be thorough. The worst thing for Rogers' is he has judge who isn't going to put up with his manipulation and shenanigans, I don't think any attorney wants Rogers' case..... The day of reckoning approaches.... 80 YEARS! 

State of Texas nails Karen Bowie

Karen P. Bowie from the Kelly G Rogers Report
If I were Rogers, I'd be crapping my pants after reading the sentence brought to Karen P. Bowie.  Titan Wealth Management, LLC was shut down by the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2009 because it was a Ponzi Scheme. The team of Dale Barron and the Collin County DA's Office nailed this group of financial terrorists. This is the same team who's prosecuting Kelly G Rogers.

Karen P. Bowie of Dallas was indicted June 9, 2011 in Collin County for her alleged role in the fraud perpetrated by Titan Wealth Management LLC of Plano. Titan Wealth principal Thomas Lester Irby II is serving a 24-year state prison sentence after being convicted of money laundering. Irby's fraud involved the sale of fictitious high-yielding "European Mid-Term Notes," supposedly issued by European banks. 

According to the indictment, Bowie unlawfully appropriated at least $4.7 million from investors in Titan Wealth. (Texas State Securities Board-2011 Civil and Criminal Actions).

Karen P. Bowie from the Kelly G Rogers ReportState of Texas vs. Karen Bowie. On January 3rd, 2013, Jury released to deliberate at 10:19 a.m. Verdict reached at 11:35 a.m. Defendant found guilty as charged in indictment. Verdict accepted by the Court.
On February 1st, 2013:  Jury charged and released to deliberate at 12:20 p.m. Jury returned verdict at 2:30 p.m. Jury's verdict is 80 years confinement in TDCJ and a fine of $10,000.00. Verdict accepted by the court. Defendant sentenced to 80 years confinement in TDCJ and fined $10,000.00. Back time credit of 603 days.

John J.Kim a Maryland resident who was part of a Texas-based scam to sell supposedly high-yielding European notes, pleaded guilty Feb. 21, 2011 in Collin County state District Court to engaging in organized criminal activity. Kim was sentenced to 10 years in state prison. Kim was part of a scheme organized by Thomas Lester Irby, a Frisco money manager who convinced about 30 investors to put $3.1 million into fictitious "European Mid-Term Notes" issued by European banks. The notes supposedly paid short-term returns of between 10% and 50%. Most of the money from investors was diverted to pay Irby's personal expenses and to pay early investors in what turned out to be a Ponzi scheme. Irby was sentenced to 24 years in state prison on Dec. 20. (Texas State Securities Board-2011 Civil and Criminal Actions).

Karen P. Bowie from the Kelly G Rogers Report
Thomas Lester Irby II of Frisco, TX was sentenced to 24 years in state prison on a money laundering charge in connection with his sale of purported high-yield investments from European banks. Irby was also sentenced to 10 years deferred adjudication on charges of theft and securities fraud and was ordered to pay $700,000 in restitution to two of his victims. Irby pleaded guilty to the charges on Dec. 12, 2010. Irby operated Titan Wealth Management LLC in Plano. He promised investors they could earn short-term returns of 10% to 50% on notes issued by European banks. According to court documents, no investor funds were used to buy such investments. Irby used investors' money to pay for some of his personal expenses and to pay earlier investors.

Kelly G Rogers gives Samuel "Mouli" Cohen a run for his money as King of the Fraudsters

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Move over Samuel "Mouli" Cohen, here comes Kelly G Rogers!  

San Francisco entrepreneur Samuel "Mouli" Cohen starts an internet music company and fraudulently takes in $31 million from celebrities, investors, and a charity dedicated to help the poor.

He claims they will make a fortune when his company is sold to Microsoft. But there is no deal.

The millions go to fund his opulent mansion, a private jet, and a priceless art collection.

When his scam is revealed investors find out the mansion and jet are rented and the artwork is fake. They were all part of his lies.

Sounds very familiar. Rogers had a plan. Rogers rents a big house. Rogers had the art work. Rogers was a diamond in the Amway. Rogers  business and a big shot.

"In court, the judge says it straight out; in more than 40 years in the criminal justice system, he's never seen a con man like Mouli Cohen". 

Just wait until October 21st. Kelly G Rogers could give Mouli Cohen a run for his reputation.