Dixon - The numbers from the Rita Crundwell auctions are in. If she's convicted, the city stands to get back about $5 million of the $50 million they lost.
A two day auction consisting of Crundwell's prized horses and saddles netted $4.78 million. An online auction of her luxury RV and some horses brought in $1.64 million, add it up that's $6.42 million.
But, the U.S. Marshal's Service, the group conducting the auctions, had to pay $1.3 million on maintenance of Crundwell's possessions, leaving a grand total of $5.12 million.
The Marshal still has to auction off personal property as well as Crundwell's ranch.