Rita crundwell RV did not sell.

DIXON, Ill. (AP) – The U.S. Marshals Service has rejected the only bid for a luxury motor home seized from a former city official in northern Illinois because it was below the minimum $1 million requirement.

The 2009 Elegant Lady series Liberty Coach motor home once belonged to former Dixon Comptroller Rita Crundwell and had a list price of $2.1 million. But it couldn’t muster half that in bidding that ended Wednesday.

Crundwell is accused of stealing more than $53 million in public funds since 1990 and using the cash to fuel an extravagant lifestyle and a nationally renowned horse-breeding operation. She’s pleaded not guilty.

The Marshals Service will try to find another way to sell off the RV.

They’re also planning to sell 400 of Crundwell’s horses

5 thoughts on “Rita crundwell RV did not sell.

  1. Hard to sell a $600,000 motor home for $1,000,000. But nice try. I sort of feel sorry for the US marshal’s . Perhaps the best use would be to donate the bus to some worthy charity like say Rita’s boy friend.. I can only guess at the trama he is going thru and this would help him in his darkest hours.

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