Hecker trustee on hunt again, possibly for hidden assets

A judge has granted the bankruptcy trustee in the Denny Hecker case permission to question several friends, an ex-wife and a former attorney about the businessman's financial affairs. The trustee can also now ask prison officials to turn over all e-mails between Hecker and his wife, Christi Rowan-Hecker.
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A judge has granted the bankruptcy trustee in the Denny Hecker case permission to question several friends, an ex-wife and a former attorney about the businessman's financial affairs. The trustee can also now ask prison officials to turn over all e-mails between Hecker and his wife, Christi Rowan-Hecker.

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The wife of fallen Twin Cities businessman Denny Hecker breaks her silence in an interview with WCCO-TV. Christi Rowan-Hecker explained the nature of her marriage to Hecker, who is currently housed at a low-security federal prison in Loretto, Penn. -- his sixth prison since being sentenced to 10 years for fraud.

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Officials with the U.S. Bureau of Corrections told the Star Tribune that Denny Hecker isn’t done traveling yet. They declined to say where he’ll be moved next. The former Twin Cities auto-mogul was at a federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana, Friday afternoon. Authorities in Duluth recently took him out of the prison’s general population before he was transferred to a medium-security facility near Madison, Wisconsin, Thursday.

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Prison officials confirm Hecker has been moved again, this time to a federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana. Prison authorities in Duluth had recently placed him in special confinement away from the prison's general population. He was then transferred to a medium-security facility in Wisconsin.

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Christi Rowan is out of prison and in some form of "supervised custody" after serving 10 months of a 14-month sentence for bank fraud and theft. Denny Hecker is serving 10 years in a federal prison camp in Duluth.

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And "if that happens," a longtime friend tells the Star Tribune, "[Denny] is history." The Pioneer Press reported earlier that Hecker has been segregated from the general population at the Duluth Federal Prison Camp and banned from social activities including work and recreation.

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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Hecker is at a federal transfer center in Oklahoma City, before being moved to a low-security prison near Pittsburgh. The convicted Twin Cities auto mogul was initially held in Duluth before being transferred to Wisconsin in February. Most recently, Hecker was serving his 10-year sentence at a medium security prison in Terre Haute, Indiana.