The RV seized from former Dixon comptroller Rita Crundwell has failed to sell. The lone bid for the vehicle was below the $1 million minimum requirement.
The bid was rejected by the U.S. Marshals Service, which is in charge of taking care of assets seized from Crundwell after she was charged with stealing over $53 million from the City of Dixon over the last two decades. The RV had a list price of $2.1 million, but did not get much attention in bidding, which ended Wednesday. The Marshals Service is also planning on selling Crundwell's 400 horses.
Crundwell faces one count of wire fraud and is accused of stealing and using the $53 million to fund a lavish lifestyle that included an elaborate horse-breeding operation.
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