Sale of Crundwell’s horses Sept. 23-24
DIXON – How do you sell more than 400 horses spread across 22 farms in 13 states, from Arizona to Connecticut, Florida to North Dakota, and areas in between?
That was the challenge facing the U.S. Marshals Service 7 weeks ago when a federal judge gave it the task of caring for the horses that belonged to indicted Dixon Comptroller Rita Crundwell.
That responsibility is "remarkable and unprecedented" for the marshals service, U.S. Marshal Darryl McPherson told a group of reporters Friday.
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