Could be months before Dixon sees asset sales
ROCKFORD – It could be several months before Dixon realizes about $10 million from the sale of Rita Crundwell's assets, federal officials said Thursday.
Now that she's been sentenced, federal officials will be taking the next steps needed to pay the city some of the nearly $54 million it is owed in restitution.
Jason Wojdylo, chief inspector for the U.S. Marshals Service asset forfeiture division, said $10.5 million raised from the sales is in an escrow account, and two contracts worth a total of $1 million for two of her Dixon properties are waiting to be finalized.
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