The money will be applied to the restitution Crundwell was ordered to pay the city after she pleaded guilty to stealing nearly
Details of the Shipman loan -- the amount, interest and date of repayment -- weren't released.
Shipman declined to discuss the amount or terms of the loan, but said the repayment was finalized in the past month after discussions with the federal government were reopened.
He said he was glad to have the issue finalized and that it was something he hasn't been avoiding, but needed direction from the government.
There also was a personal loan from Crundwell to former City Engineer
"I know that the Marshals Service told me that Tim and Diane were fully cooperative on that whole thing," Burke said. "The Marshals Service is convinced that Tim had no clue that he was dealing with city money through Rita."
The money from the Shipman loan will be included with other monies recently recovered and will be given to the city, the Marshals Service said in a statement, adding that the agency is "working closely with other parties to address repayment of loans they also had with Crundwell."
The city will likely receive another restitution check in about a month, Donahue said, adding that she didn't know the amount.
In the aftermath of Crundwell's arrest and conviction,
There still are Crundwell assets remaining that the Marshals Service will work to seize and turn over to the city, including a stake in a family trust and
Money resulting from the sale of some of those assets will be included in the next restitution check sent to the city, Donahue said. She declined to say which of the other assets those would be.
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