Quarter horses owned by Crundwell likely would be sold – with proceeds going to the city of Dixon – if Crundwell is found guilty of misappropriating more than $53 million. (Alex T. Paschalfirstname.lastname@example.org)
DIXON – City and law enforcement officials met Tuesday with federal
agents to make a “preliminary plan” in the event that a federal judge
allows the sale of former Dixon comptroller Rita Crundwell’s nearly 400
horses, according to Lee County Sheriff John Varga.
No such order or motion had been filed as of late Tuesday.
no one can do anything without a court order,” Varga told Sauk Valley
Media. “[The feds] wanted to give us a heads-up on what to expect.”
the U.S. Marshals Service, which was given the go-ahead last week in
federal court to sell some of Crundwell’s assets, now said they will
“delay” the sale of two of her properties until they receive further
order from the court in regard to the horses.
Shes a Greedy Thief Whos Full of Herself..read her facebook posts!
Hope she gets jail time and has to scrub floors for all the looking down on she did on others. She has been posting on facebook saying lots of bad things about the people who turned her in......it seems it ws ok for her to turn away when they were doing illegal things and she seems mad because she got turned in.
If you figure that a horse costs approximately $6.15/day to care for (this figures in farrier, vaccinations, deworming, hay & grain) the City of Dixon is spending $2,460.00/day to care for 400 horses....