Pulaski County Comes After John Rogers on Delinquent Property Tax

Pulaski County Comes After John Rogers on Delinquent Property Tax
The Rogers mansion in North Little Rock.

In addition to the tens of millions that creditors are trying to get out of him, he and/or his ex-wife, Angelica, owe Pulaski County more than $150,000 in taxes.
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