He hung out with a president, a senator, a Derby winner. Then, he stole from pension plans. – Lexington Herald Leader

Lexington Herald LeaderHe hung out with a president, a senator, a Derby winner. Then, he stole from pension plans.Lexington Herald LeaderA Central Kentucky businessman who once owned breeding rights to 1998 Kentucky Derby winner Real Quiet has pleaded …


Lexington Herald Leader

He hung out with a president, a senator, a Derby winner. Then, he stole from pension plans.
Lexington Herald Leader
A Central Kentucky businessman who once owned breeding rights to 1998 Kentucky Derby winner Real Quiet has pleaded guilty to money laundering and the theft of $600,000 from two employee pension plans. George S. Hofmeister, 65, could face up to 15 ...