MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - A 29-year-old man has been sentenced to six months in prison for hiding some of Sue Sachdeva’s property, so it couldn’t be sold in a government auction.
Sachdeva is the former Milwaukee business executive who’s serving 11 years in prison for embezzling $34 million from the Koss Corporation.
The firm received proceeds from last year’s auction to get back some of what it lost.
Adam Burback pleaded guilty to hiding items which included art works, jewelry, and women’s shoes. Those items were seized from his home – as well as an expensive designer mirror and a gold Buddah statue.
Burback entered into a plea deal which ordered him to return those items – and everything he received directly or indirectly from Sachdeva.