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story.lead_photo.caption Officials with the FBI carry boxes out of Rogers Photo Archive in North Little Rock on Tuesday afternoon. ( Staton Breidenthal)

FBI agents spent Tuesday morning searching the business complex and home of a prominent North Little Rock businessman.

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Arkansas, Pages 9 on 01/29/2014

Print Headline: NLR firm, owner’s home searched


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  • TuckerMax
    January 29, 2014 at 7:15 a.m.

    I never understood why the FBI has a "spokesman" when there is never anything to say. Always "no comment."

  • onlyGodmatters
    January 29, 2014 at 9:45 a.m.

    I'm just curious as to why the media would publish the man's home address?!?!?!? Actually, I'm praying really hard not be be infuriated. I understand that criminals have no privacy, but what happened to "innocent until proven guilty?" You're publishing his home address and putting him and his family at risk of being robbed and/or burglarized. It just irks me! When a crime is committed, the media publicizes the perpetrator as well as the victim's address. Why? So a vigilant can retaliate? Or so the perpetrator's buddies can finish the job? How many people reading this article (online and/or in print) really need to know where Mr. Rogers lives?

  • Whippersnapper
    January 29, 2014 at 10:47 a.m.

    onlyGodmatters says...
    "How many people reading this article (online and/or in print) really need to know where Mr. Rogers lives?"
    Well, I have to say that if you look down into North Little Rock from high up in that glass building at the foot of the main street bridge, it looks kind of like Mr. Rogers Neighborhood when the trolley rolls through there. Just sayin...

  • Packman
    January 29, 2014 at 10:56 a.m.

    Hmmmm, two former employees get caught stealing and are sentenced to jail. A year or so later the feds are raiding the establishment. Reckon the crooks provided information to cut their sentences? This could get interesting.

  • TimberTopper
    January 29, 2014 at 11:14 a.m.

    They probably are searching for those missing weapons of mass destruction that President Bush could never seem to find.

  • 000
    January 29, 2014 at 11:18 a.m.

    This guy is lucky this is in the paper at all.
    Under our current law, I think this whole family could of disappeared in the middle of the night and anyone who dared mention it could disappear with them. Nice.