DIXON, Ill. — U.S. Marshals say they’ve sold two more properties that belonged to imprisoned former Dixon comptroller Rita Crundwell, including a house and farmland to her brother.

The Telegraph in Dixon report the U.S. Marshals Service said Thursday that they closed the property sales on Monday. The sales brought in just more than $1 million. Crundwell was imprisoned earlier this month after she was sentenced to nearly 20 years in prison for stealing more than $53 million from the northern Illinois city.

Crundwell’s brother, Richard Humphrey Sr. bought a house and 40 acres of farmland for about $600,000. Dixon residents Wesley and Tammi Sherman bought another house for $400,000. Crundwell’s nephew previously purchased her horse ranch for $1.1 million.

One property is left to sell, a vacation home in Florida.