Sentencing for Former Ashby Co-op Manager Rescheduled
Carol McCarthy | May 7, 2019 AT 6:47 am
FERGUS FALLS, MN--The rescheduled sentencing for Jerry Hennessey, the big game hunting co-op manager, has been delayed a week to Friday, June 21, at 11 a.m. at the federal courthouse in Fergus Falls. Hennessey pleaded guilty to federal charges related to the theft of $5.4 million from the Ashby Co-op over a period of 15 years. According to Agweek, before Hennessy is sentenced, victims will have a chance to make statements in writing or in person or both. He could serve up to eight years in federal prison, according to sentencing guidelines. He also owes $6.5 million to victims and the Internal Revenue Service.