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Cypress Cold Storage Opens $13M Expansion, Creates 30 Jobs

Cypress Cold Storage, a provider of temperature-controlled warehouse space and services for the food sector, announces the grand opening of a $13 million expansion at its Maumelle facility. read more >
John Rogers may have a stay booked for him at the Federal Bureau of Prisons' 28-story MCC Chicago facility.
Investments / Legal / Media & Marketing

Rogers Goes to Jail to Await Fraud Sentencing

A federal judge in Chicago ordered that serial fraudster John Rogers be remanded to the custody of U.S. marshals. read more >
John Rogers may have a stay booked for him at the Federal Bureau of Prisons' 28-story MCC Chicago facility.
Legal / Media & Marketing

Mr. Rogers In Chicago: Can You Say Prison?Lock Icon

Instead of plea-reduced sentencing, John Rogers faces a bond revocation hearing in U.S. District Court in Chicago for financially enriching himself through more illegal shenanigans. read more >
Bill Dickey, New York Yankees catcher and a namesake of Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock, hits warmup in a 1938 photo by Charles M. Conlon.
Legal / Media & Marketing

Conlon Settlement Offers Small Payouts to John Rogers Investors

An 11th-hour settlement spared Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza from deciding how to divvy $1.5 million from last year’s auction of the famed Conlon Collection, formerly owned by John Rogers read more >
Legendary baseball photographer George Brace poses with outfielder Jeff Heath, left, and future Hall of Famer Bob Feller of the Cleveland Indians.
Legal / Media & Marketing

Victim: John Rogers’ Promises ‘All Lies’

The sweeping criminal charge against John Rogers is sprinkled with details on some schemes of the alleged serial fraudster while overlooking others. read more >
A photograph of Detroit Tigers outfielder and future Hall of Famer Ty Cobb stealing third with a hard slide past the New York Highlanders’ Jimmy Austin, an iconic asset from the Charles Conlon Collection.
Legal

Conlon Collection Fetches $1.8M at Auction; Proceeds to Pay John Rogers Debt

The famed Conlon Collection of early major league baseball images sold for nearly $1.8 million at auction on Saturday. read more >
Banking & Finance / Legal / Media & Marketing

Facebook Page Offers Peek Into John Rogers’ Thinking

Even the conservative assessment by a court-appointed receiver proved to be overly optimistic regarding the insolvent business interests of John Rogers, whose Facebook page recently offered up what read almost like a confession. read more >
JFK and Jackie arrive in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963. 
Legal / Media & Marketing

Rickerby Collection Part of John Rogers Battle

The battle over the bones of the insolvent John Rogers photo archives continues to narrow down to specific assets. read more >
Legal / Media & Marketing

Scanning Completion on Horizon for Fairfax Media

Processing progress has been made in the wake of a June 15 settlement agreement between Fairfax and the court-appointed receiver for the Rogers assets, Michael McAfee. read more >
A 1951 photo of Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle, once part of the Boston Herald archive purchased by John Rogers (inset), marked DiMaggio’s last season with the New York Yankees and Mantle’s first.
Banking & Finance / Legal / Media & Marketing

Auctioneer Punished for Tipping Off John Rogers

Doug Allen, a partner with John Rogers in Legendary Auctions, received a stiffer sentence for fraud and other charges because of a March 2014 conversation with Rogers, who was wearing a wire for federal investigators. read more >
Bill Dickey, New York Yankees catcher and a namesake of Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock, hits warmup in a 1938 photo by Charles M. Conlon.
Banking & Finance / Legal / Media & Marketing

Judge Approves Sale of John Rogers Photos

One of the historic treasures of early 20th century major league baseball is headed toward the auction block, but conflicting claims on the famed Conlon Collection still await courtroom resolution. read more >
John Rogers, a booking photo from Dec. 3, 2015.
Legal

Judge Takes No Action in Civil Contempt Case Against John Rogers

Civil contempt proceedings against John Rogers were put on hold this morning in Pulaski County Circuit Court. But the judge did give the green light to the sale of the famed Charles Conlon Collection of glass-plate negatives. read more >
In court filings, receiver Michael McAfee says security camera footage shows John Rogers entering the archive offices late one night against the terms of a lease agreement. Above, a screenshot from the footage.
Legal

John Rogers Arrested for Taking Hard Drives from Archive

John Rogers was arrested Thursday morning by the North Little Rock Police on felony theft and burglary charges stemming from a late night visit to his former office, now under control of a court-appointed receiver. read more >
John Rogers leaves Pulaski County Circuit Court after lawyers argued a request for a contempt hearing.
Legal

John Rogers Appears in Court As Lawyers Argue Over Contempt

John Rogers, the fallen sports memorabilia and photo archive dealer, made a surprise appearance Wednesday morning in Pulaski County Circuit Court. read more >
A photograph of Detroit Tigers outfielder and future Hall of Famer Ty Cobb stealing third with a hard slide past the New York Highlanders’ Jimmy Austin, an iconic asset from the Charles Conlon Collection.
Legal / Media & Marketing

Rogers Archive Receiver to Gather Final Pieces of Conlon Collection

An agreement has been reached to reunite the famed Conlon Collection of major league baseball images from the early 20th Century. read more >
In court filings, receiver Michael McAfee says security camera footage shows John Rogers entering the archive offices late one night against the terms of a lease agreement. Above, a screenshot from the footage.
Banking & Finance / Business Services / Legal / Media & Marketing

Legal Fallout Facing John Rogers Mounts

A new lawsuit, an expanded fraud complaint, a default judgment and a contempt hearing have added to the legal tapestry woven around North Little Rock businessman John Rogers. read more >
John Rogers outside his former business in North Little Rock (left) and leaving with three backup hard drives of images under his jacket after making a late night, “unlawful” visit on Aug. 22, 2015.
Legal / Media & Marketing

Hard Drives Not His To Take, Receiver Says About John Rogers

Perhaps you heard the security protocol recently was revamped at the Sports Cards Plus complex in North Little Rock. The change in who has access and how they gain access followed an “unlawful” visit just before midnight on Saturday, Aug. 22, by alleged serial fraudster John Rogers, former owner of the business. read more >
In court filings, receiver Michael McAfee says security camera footage shows John Rogers entering the archive offices late one night against the terms of a lease agreement. Above, a screenshot from the footage.
Legal

Receiver Seeks Another Contempt of Court Ruling Against John Rogers

John Rogers has drawn another contempt of court action after allegedly taking property under the control of the Sports Cards Plus receiver. Includes video. read more >
Some photo archives are in dispute at the North Little Rock facility once controlled by John Rogers.
Legal / Media & Marketing

With Red Alert Bid Over, Interest Piquing Over John Rogers Assets

Now that the curious bid by Red Alert Media Matrix is no more, activity has picked up from prospective buyers of the remaining assets collected by alleged serial fraudster John Rogers. read more >
Angelica Rogers
Banking & Finance / Legal / Media & Marketing

FABT Turns Eye on Angelica Rogers In Search of John Rogers Assets

Angelica Rogers, the former wife of alleged fraudster John Rogers, is now on the firing line of collection efforts by First Arkansas Bank & Trust read more >