In accordance with a settlement in a civil action against former Floyd County School System Maintenance Director Derry Richardson, his Summerville residence and other items that he owns will go on the auction block next month.
Some of the items slated for auction will include – Richardson’s Summerville residence, 241 River Bluff Drive on the Chattooga River (three bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath); a number of vehicles, ATV’s, construction equipment, home furnishings, tools, grills, and many other items of all descriptions including a collection of more than 50 guns along with ammunition (Remington, Ruger, Glock, etc).
Richardson stands accused of stealing millions from the school system, and proceeds from the sale will help recover some of those funds. That auction is slated for November 18th at the Coosa Valley Fairgrounds. The criminal case against Richardson and several others will continue in spite of the civil settlement. A posting on Dempsey Auction has more information on what will be sold by order of Rome attorney Brian Bojo, the court-appointed receiver of Richardson’s estate.