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Fillmore County District Court - April 29, 2013


Fri, Apr 26th, 2013
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Ganell Dawee McCain, Jr., 20, of New Hope, MN appeared in Fillmore County Court on April 15 after allegedly being tied to a prescription forgery taking place in Fillmore County. McCain faces several charges including one count Aggravated Forgery - Legal Rights Created/Terminated, which carries a maximum penalty of ten years imprisonment, $20,000 fine, or both; one count Aggravated Forgery - Utter or Possess Writing/Object, which carries a maximum penalty of ten years imprisonment, $20,000 fines; or both; one count of Drugs - 5th Degree - Procure/Possess/Control by Fraud or Deceit, which carries a maximum penalty of five years imprisonment, $10,000 fine, or both; one count of Drugs - 5th Degree - Procure/Possess/Control by False Name or False Credit, which carries a maximum penalty of five years imprisonment, $10,000 fine, or both. McCain faces one additional count of Forgery - Destroy/Mutilate Record/Acct-Private Business, which carries a maximum penalty of three years imprisonment, $5,000 fine, or both. His next court appearance is April 29.

Joseph Isaac Gillespie, 18, of Minneapolis appeared in Fillmore County Court on April 15 after allegedly taking part in the prescription forgery incident. Gillespie faces charges including one count of Aggravated Forgery - Legal Rights Created/Terminated; one count of Aggravated Forgery - Utter or Possess Writing/Object; one count of Drugs - 5th Degree - Procure/Possess/Control by Fraud or Deceit; one count of Drugs - 5th Degree - Procure/Possess/Control by False Name or False Credit. Gillespie also faces an additional charge of Forgery - Destroy/Mutilate Record Acct-Private Business. His next court appearance is April 29.

Rontell Devon Shelton, 28, of Minneapolis appeared in Fillmore County Court on April 15 after also allegedly being tied to the same prescription forgery incident. Shelton faces several charges including one count Aggravated Forgery - Legal Rights Created/Terminated; one count Aggravated Forgery - Utter or Possess Writing/Object; one count Drugs - 5th Degree - Procure/Possess/Control by Fraud or Deceit - Subsequent Conviction, which carries a maximum penalty of ten years imprisonment, $20,000 fine, or both; one count of Drugs - 5th Degree - Procure/Possess/Control by False Name or False Credit - Subsequent Conviction, which carries a maximum penalty of ten years imprisonment, $20,000 fine, or both; one count Drugs - 5th Degree - Procure/Possess/Control by Fraud or Deceit; one count Drugs - 5th Degree - Procure/Possess/Control by False Name or False Credit; one count Forgery - Destroy/Mutilate Record/Acct-Private Business. His next court appearance is April 29.

Harry Earl Shinaul, Jr., 27, of Minneapolis appeared in Fillmore County Court on April 15, the last individual charged in the prescription forgery incident. Shinaul faces charges including one count Aggravated Forgery - Legal Rights Created/Terminated; one count Aggravated Forgery - Utter or Possess Writing/Object; one count Drugs - 5th Degree - Possess/Procure/Control by Fraud or Deceit - Subsequent Conviction; one count Drugs - 5th Degree - Procure/Possess/Control by False Name or Credit - Subsequent Conviction; one count Drugs - 5th Degree - Procure/Possess/Control by Fraud or Deceit; one count Drugs - 5th Degree - Procure/Possess/Control by False name or False Credit; and one count of Forgery - Destroy/Mutilate Record/Acct- Private Business. His next court appearance is April 29.

Jeremiah Duane Siewert, 31, of Oronoco, MN appeared in Fillmore County Court on April 22 facing a charge of Harassment; Restraining Order - Violate Within 10 Years of 1st of 2 Domestic Violence Convictions, which carries a maximum penalty of five years imprisonment, $10,000 fine, or both. Siewert was released on his own recognizance with unconditional bail set at $15,000. His next court appearance is May 6.

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