MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Denny Hecker could be out of prison and transferred to a halfway house as early as Tuesday.

The well-known former car dealer is currently behind bars for defrauding lenders and hiding money from the FBI and a bankruptcy trustee.

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He’s scheduled for release in 2018.

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Some inmates, however, move to halfway houses a year in advance, which, for Hecker, would be any time after July 4.

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Hecker’s former attorney said last week that Hecker is a nonviolent offender and the re-entry program is made for someone like him.