After Cross-Country Odyssey, Denny Hecker Arrives In Penn.
Denny Hecker's tour of the federal penitentiary system continues.
The former Twin Cities auto dealer, serving a 10 year fraud sentence, has been relocated to his fifth prison facility in four months, according to the U.S. Bureau of Prisons.
Hecker, 59, is now being housed at the United States Penitentiary in Canaan, Pennsylvania, having been transferred from a prison facility in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Hecker arrived last night, Bureau officials said.
Canaan is about 130 miles north of Philadelphia.
Hecker has been told a facility in Pennsylvania will be his final destination, according to people familiar with the matter.
USP Canaan houses both high-security inmates and, in a satellite camp, minimum security inmates. A Bureau spokesman Tuesday morning would not comment on which security designation Hecker has been given or whether Canaan is Hecker's final destination.
Hecker's cross-country oddessy began in February, when an unspecified issue prompted prison authorities to transfer him from the minimum-security prison camp in Duluth.
From there, he was sent to a medium-security prison in Wisconsin, then a facility in Terre Haute, Indiana. After nearly three months there, Hecker was moved yet again, to a prison transfer hub in Oklahoma, where he arrived last week.
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