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
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