Dixon Evidence Auction Ends

eBay auctioned ex-Baltimore mayor's goods

Wednesday, Mar 17, 2010  |  Updated 8:30 PM EDT
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Dixon Evidence Auction Ends

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Auctions for items used as evidence against ousted Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon have ended on eBay.

The State Prosecutor's Office listed two fur coats that were seized from Dixon's home. The coats were gifts from her former boyfriend, developer Ronald Lipscomb.

Also listed were an Xbox video game console and a camcorder that Dixon allegedly bought with gift cards donated for the poor.

The auctions for the coats and camcorder ended Wednesday afternoon. The auction for the Xbox will end Thursday afternoon. The high bid for the Xbox on Wednesday afternoon was $3,000.

A mink coat got a high bid of $2,426; another fur coat received a high bid of $1,700. The camcorder's high bid was $510.

Deputy State Prosecutor Thomas "Mike" McDonough said he thinks the bidding went very well.

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