The home of missing Gatlinburg futures trader Dennis Bolze, 60, will be auctioned in Sevierville later this month. The auction of the 16,000 square foot cabin is scheduled for Thursday, February 26 at noon on the steps of the Sevier County Courthouse at 125 Court Avenue. Bolze’s other properties were auctioned on February 6th for more than $700,000.
Bolze was declared bankrupt on February 5 after a petition was filed by three Sevier County men who claimed Bolze took their money to invest in the stock market and disappeared without paying them a dime. Investigators estimate Bolze took $20 million in investments. An emergency interim trustee, Wayne Walls, was appointed in January to find assets. Bolze disappeared in December of 2008. He's being investigated by the FBI and the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, to date, but no charges have been filed.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.