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ASSETS FORFEITURE FUND
TOTAL DEPOSITS TO THE FUND BY STATE OF DEPOSIT**
As of September 30, 2001
STATE or TERRITORY FY 2001
ALABAMA $3,993,567
ALASKA 1/ ($24,520)
ARIZONA $10,858,915
ARKANSAS $973,264
CALIFORNIA $68,629,969
COLORADO $2,405,816
CONNECTICUT $3,349,848
DELAWARE $606,274
D.C. $3,934,032
FLORIDA $40,427,187
GEORGIA $16,523,486
GUAM $887,436
HAWAII $5,114,849
IDAHO $269,121
ILLINOIS $19,589,139
INDIANA $4,472,689
IOWA $572,833
KANSAS $2,962,658
KENTUCKY $8,326,334
LOUISIANA $4,164,037
MAINE $415,802
MARYLAND $6,529,126
MASSACHUSETTS $3,605,211
MICHIGAN $8,364,184
MINNESOTA $2,445,777
MISSISSIPPI $1,446,607
MISSOURI $6,668,970
MONTANA $771,696
NEBRASKA $1,684,320
NEVADA $3,247,489
NEW HAMPSHIRE $1,422,106
NEW JERSEY $4,629,735
NEW MEXICO $3,075,916
NEW YORK $40,204,947
N. CAROLINA $11,533,262
N. DAKOTA $122,812
N. MARINA ISLAND $0
OHIO $11,035,443
OKLAHOMA $1,198,388
OREGON $1,833,380
PENNSYLVANIA $5,660,388
PUERTO RICO $12,121,999
RHODE ISLAND $573,471
S. CAROLINA $3,372,919
S. DAKOTA $77,069
TENNESSEE $10,731,258
TEXAS $26,719,688
UTAH $3,695,909
VERMONT $1,323,881
VIRGIN ISLANDS $231,430
VIRGINIA $5,378,437
WASHINGTON $2,428,308
WEST VIRGINIA $966,139
WISCONSIN $2,485,840
WYOMING $53,565
OTHER 2/ $3,680,174
INVESTMENT INCOME $51,847,665
SUBTOTAL $439,620,247
BCCI Investment Income $310,077
BCCI Principal $0
GRAND TOTAL $439,930,324

 

**
These figures represent official accounting transactions. They do not reflect total forfeiture activity for any jurisdiction.
1/
The negative balance reflects the distribution of $350,000 for a 1994 case originally forfeited then appealed.  The refund of $350, 000 represents the settlement amount of the case in September 2001.
2/
The "Other" line comprises deposits made to the Assets Forfeiture Fund (AFF) where a district has not been identified.  Examples are U.S. Treasury Assets Forfeiture Fund reimbursements for U.S. Attorney costs and Consolidated Asset Tracking System costs, GSA sales, INS mitigation payments, and AFF portions of BCCI distributions.

Last Modified: January 23, 2002

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