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John Dodge, left, and Jim Bolt (file).
Health Care / Investments / Legal

Update: Rogers Businessman Jim Bolt Arrested on Federal Complaint

James William Bolt, the ex-convict whose Rogers “cancer research center” was raided by federal authorities in June, was arrested Thursday evening on a federal complaint alleging wire fraud, mail fraud and money laundering. read more >
Legal / Real Estate

Bolt’s Silence on Rogers Properties Could Result in Forfeiture to Fed

Jim Bolt, the ex-convict whose “cancer research center” in Rogers was raided in June by the FBI, told Whispers recently that he didn’t know the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District filed civil asset forfeiture lawsuits in early July against three pieces of real estate in Rogers that have ties to him. read more >
These properties in Rogers were seized from Jim Bolt, who bought them for nearly $1 million in 2013 with money allegedly  fraudulently received. Bolt forfeited Situs Cancer Research Center (bottom), where he claimed to be “clinical research director,” to help pay $2.5 million in restitution.
Business Services / Government & Politics / Legal / Real Estate / Transportation

Federal Agents Make More Use Of Seizure Powers

Government seizures of money and property are on the rise. Critics say the government taking property from people who haven't been charged with a crime is a problem. read more >
Government & Politics / Legal

FBI Takes Volvo Title, iPads, Cash in Bolt Forfeiture Case

Bolt has not been charged with any crime, but an FBI affidavit accuses him of faking documentation to claim $1.9 million in unclaimed stock belonging to a California company. read more >
John Dodge, left, and Jim Bolt (file).
Investments / Legal

FBI: Bolt Faked Documents to Claim $1.9M in Abandoned Stock

Jim Bolt, the convicted felon whose "cancer research center" in Rogers was raided last week, used fake documents to claim and then sell almost $1.9 million worth of stock that the state of California had listed as unclaimed property, an FBI agent said in an affidavit filed Tuesday. read more >
John Dodge, left, and Jim Bolt (file).
Health Care / Legal

FBI Raids Rogers Business Associated With Jim Bolt

A Rogers "cancer research facility" affiliated with Jim Bolt, a convicted felon who was acquitted of federal charges related to investments in a previous company that claimed to treat cancer, was raided by the FBI on Thursday morning. read more >