Co-op Embezzler’s Trophies Detailed in Court Documents
Photos of Ashby Elevator's ex-manager's hunting trophies are included in recently filed court documents
Recently filed court documents include photos of hunting trophies at the home of a former Minnesota farm elevator manager who is accused of using money from the co-op to pay for his big-game hunting trips.
The West Central Tribune reports that Jerry Hennessey is facing federal charges related to the case while the business he managed, Ashby Farmers Co-op Elevator, pursues a civil case against the former manager.
Court documents say the unauthorized projects appear to have included an “addition of a huge heated shed complete with a full-service bar and home theater to house the animal trophies.”
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