Subpoenas sent out to 38 Studios

Rhode Island State Police, FBI and U.S. attorney's office in Providence have subpoenaed documents from Curt Schilling's 38 Studios after the company filed for bankruptcy last week.

Rhode Island State Police, FBI and U.S. attorney's office in Providence have subpoenaed documents from Curt Schilling's 38 Studios after the company filed for bankruptcy last week.

The Bank of Rhode Island, which loaned 38 Studios $8.5 million earlier in the year when it encountered financial trouble, confirmed to the Providence Journal that it received a subpoena for 38 Studios' records. The Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation, which lured 38 Studios to Providence in 2010 with the promise of a guaranteed $75 million loan, also confirmed that it received a subpoena requesting records.

The studio declared bankruptcy last week after a rapid decline that saw all its staff laid off and loans go unpaid. To follow our full coverage of 38 Studio's, head to our stream.

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