My Sunday exclusive story about a former lawyer turned court-appointed guardian and conservator is now available to all readers on the web site today. Terri Ann Hauge of Edina faces nine felony counts and one misdemeanor after an investigator for Attorney General Lori Swanson accused Hauge of stealing $68,000 from 10 vulnerable adults under her supervision in Rice County. It's a case that raises questions about oversight of guardians and conservators, a focus for Whistleblower since 2009. Court officials and social workers admit that they should have communicated more about the well-documented problems with Hauge, her business partner Terrance Larpenteur and their company, Estate Resources, Inc.
Here's the full criminal complaint: