Reboot owners and employees indicted


Conspiracy to Defraud

Richard A. Bolt, age 52, of Piedmont and Tara A. Kennedy, age 41, of Easley were among fifteen defendants charged in a 1-count indictment of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud.
Reboot owners and employees that were also indicted include the following: Jonathan E. Field, age 40, of Mauldin; Jacob D. Brandt, age 38, of Lawrenceville, Georgia; Joshua M. Watson, age 34, of Liberty; Michael G. Lyles, age 21, of Fountain Inn; Bryan F.C. Schroeder, age 23, of Cottonwood, Arizona; Kenneth C. Carnes, age 25, of Taylors; Danny L. Rainey, age 32, of Taylors; Larry D. Sample, age 39, of Brevard, North Carolina; Charles C.O. Matt, age 40, of Greenville; Adriana R. Martinez, age 35, of Boiling Springs; Corey J. Haentjens, age 32, of Greenville; Justin Brock Rainey, age 30, of Taylors and Shena J. Field, age 40, of Mauldin.
All 15 defendants were charged with Conspiracy to Commit Wire and Mail Fraud, a violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1349.
The maximum penalty all defendants could receive is 20 years imprisonment and a maximum fine of $250,000. The case was investigated by agents of the United States Secret Service and is assigned to Assistant United States Attorney William J. Watkins, Jr., of the Greenville office for prosecution.
The United States Attorney stated that all charges in these indictments are merely accusations and that all defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.