Though he’s currently incarcerated, fallen auto mogul Denny Hecker remains a man on the move. Hecker has been moved to the Federal Correctional Institution Englewood in Littleton, Colo., according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
Theirs may not be your typical love story. But in a WCCO exclusive, Denny Hecker’s wife says she and the imprisoned former auto dealer were made for each other.
Over the weekend, we learned that Denny Hecker was on the move again. Serving a ten-year sentence for fraud, Hecker’s been in five different prisons over six months.
Denny Hecker has found a new home behind bars. The one-time Minnesota auto giant who’s serving a 10-year prison sentence for fraud is currently imprisoned in Loretto, Penn., located about 80 miles east of Pittsburgh.
For the fifth time in four months, fallen auto mogul Denny Hecker has been switched to another prison. Hecker, 59, was recently moved to the U.S. Penitentiary in Canaan, Pa.
Denny Hecker is on the move again. The one-time Minnesota auto giant is serving a 10-year prison sentence for fraud.
Federal prison officials are saying that Denny Hecker will be moving to yet another prison.
Former auto mogul Denny Hecker has been moved to a new higher security prison — this time to Wisconsin.
Former auto mogul Denny Hecker has been moved to a Federal Prison Camp in Duluth, Minn.
The wife of beleaguered auto mogul Denny Hecker has been released from federal prison and is back in Minneapolis, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
It has been more than two months since fallen auto mogul Denny Hecker went to live at what will be his home for at least the next eight years — the Federal Prison Camp in Duluth, Minn.
The wife of beleaguered auto mogul Denny Hecker has been moved to a federal prison in southern Illinois.
Even after five auctions there are still a lot of Denny Hecker’s possessions to be auctioned off, according to Fred Radde and Sons auction house in New Germany.
Christi Rowan, the wife of beleaguered auto mogul Denny Hecker, has been sentenced to 14 months in prison for stealing money that belonged to Hecker’s creditors.
As I sat in the newsroom this week fielding calls from Denny Hecker in jail, more than one person walking by my desk compared the latest from the Hecker/Rowan camp to the other Tsunami-sized train wreck of the week: that of actor Charlie Sheen.
Hennepin County prosecutors finished their review of Denny Hecker’s over-the-phone marriage to Christi Rowan-Hecker and have decided not to file charges, the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office announced Friday.
The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office says it will decide by Monday whether the wedding between former auto mogul Denny Hecker and Christi Rowan-Hecker was legal.
In the latest twist in the saga of former auto mogul Denny Hecker, WCCO has learned that Hecker and his then-girlfriend, Christi Rowan, were married last week at a church in Maple Grove.
In a surprise move Denny Hecker’s girlfriend Christi Rowan has decided she will not fight charges she stole money that belonged to Hecker and her creditors.
The girlfriend of former auto mogul Denny Hecker remains in jail, after making an unexpected court appearance Thursday — a day before she was scheduled to be sentenced for fraud.
Fallen auto mogul Denny Hecker’s girlfriend, Christi Rowan, was arrested Wednesday while visiting Hecker inside the Sherburne County Jail in Elk River, according to authorities.
Christi Rowan filed court papers on Friday asking to be sentenced to the lowest possible sentence under the sentencing guidelines.
Fallen auto mogul Denny Hecker found out last week that he’s going to spend at least the next seven years in prison. In a call from jail Thursday, however, he told WCCO-TV in an exclusive interview that what he’s really worried about is his girlfriend’s future.
Denny Hecker’s attorney made the point at sentencing that Denny Hecker was not like Tom Petters because for years he ran a legitimate business.
A gaunt and pale Denny Hecker apologized for his crimes at his sentencing. Still, a judge gave him the maximum 10-year sentence, saying his actions were appalling.