You know you are rich when someone has the job of tracking down all of your cars, homes and possessions all over the country and it's not an easy job.
"We've drained swimming pools and lifted boats out of the water to preserve assets for sale. We've been chasing cars -- Bentleys, Ferraris -- in various parts of the country. My job is to look for hints of any places where money might have been hidden," Kelley said. He said he has obtained financial statements from Petters and several associates named as defendants in the receivership, which is a civil action, and is conducting title searches to uncover their real estate holdings. "They get one house to live in, not three or four," Kelley said.In other Petters news, Sun Country "is seeking court approval to obtain short-term financing from a Petters Aviation company to help the carrier pay its bills until next spring," according to the Star Tribune. Yesterday we reported their debt at $108 million.