Properties of convicted ex-comptroller to be sold for more than $3 million
(MCT) — CHICAGO — The sale of a horse ranch, farmland and a house that all once belonged to the convicted former treasurer of Dixon, Ill., are poised to be sold for more than $3 million, federal officials said Wednesday.
Once the sale of the three properties is completed, the U.S. Marshals Service will have raised about $11 million as part of an effort to recoup some of the massive losses suffered at the hands of Rita Crundwell, Dixon’s longtime comptroller and treasurer. She pleaded guilty in November to stealing more than $53 million from the small northwestern Illinois town over 22 years.
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