Sunday, October 28, 2012

Former conservator sentenced to jail

An Edina woman convicted of stealing money while working as a court-appointed guardian and conservator for vulnerable adults has been sentenced to a year in jail.

Terri Ann Hauge, 57, is already serving a 270-day sentence in Hennepin County for stealing from an estate she oversaw. On Sept. 14, a Rice County judge sentenced her to 365 days in jail for convictions of perjury and theft by swindle related to cases she handled. She was also ordered to pay restitution and do 240 hours of community service.

Full Article and Source:
Former conservator sentenced to jail

See Also:
MN: Guilty Plea From Former Guardian/Conservator Terri Ann Hague


Anonymous said...

Good. She deserves to be a jailbird.

Scott said...

Terri Ann Hauge needs a nice long stay in the big house so she can think about what she's done.

Anonymous said...

Well that isn't nearly enough time for the crimes she committed broken trust and how many other times did she STEAL her ward's money but she got away with it.

Terri Ann Hauge has company, Wisconsin felon a temporary guardian who served nearly two years in prison also lives in MN.

Beware these people are out there laying in wait, just waiting for an opportunity to take advantage of YOU!

StandUp said...

I also like it that the judge ordered resitution. I am sure that makes the most impression on Terri Ann Hague than anything.