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Christy Rowan Hecker serves her time

The 38-year-old wife of Denny Hecker has completed her 14-month prison term for fraud and theft. She finished the last part of her sentence at a half-way house then home confinement since January. Denny Hecker was recently transferred from the minimum security facility in Duluth to a federal prison in Indiana.
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The 38-year-old wife of Denny Hecker has completed her 14-month prison term for fraud and theft. She finished the last part of her sentence at a half-way house then home confinement since January. Denny Hecker was recently transferred from the minimum security facility in Duluth to a federal prison in Indiana.

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