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The quarter horse ranch of disgraced Dixon, Ill., comptroller, Rita Crundwell has been sold to her nephew.

The US Marshals Service says the ranch was bought for $1.13 million.

Brenda and Richard Humphrey, Junior now own the home which we're told used to belong to Humphrey's dad, who had sold it to Crundwell in April of 2011.

Richard Humphrey said he bought the 88-acre property to expand Humphreys Show Cattle. The couple also owns Affordable Waste, the contracted garbage provider for Dixon.

The Marshals say Humphrey did not have an advantage in buying the property.

Crundwell is scheduled to be sentenced Thursday, February 14, 2013, for her one federal count of wire fraud.