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Fillmore County District Court 10.7.13


Fri, Oct 4th, 2013
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Paul Anthony Zacker, 33, of Chatfield, Minn., was sentenced on September 23, 2013 for one count Criminal Sexual Conduct - 2nd Degree - Vicitim Under 13 - Actor >36 months Older. Zacker was sentenced to the St. Cloud Correctional Facility for 36 months, which will stay for 25 years. Zacker was also sentenced to 365 days of local confinement with credit for time served of 117 days. Zacker was placed under supervised probation for a total of 25 years. Zacker was also given a $1,000 fine.

Harry Earl Shinaul, Jr., 27, of Minneapolis, was sentenced on September 23, 2013 for one count Aggravated Forgery - Legal Rights Created/Terminated. For this charge Shinaul was sentenced to the St. Cloud Correctional Facility for 13 months, which will stay for 10 years. Shinaul was also given local confinement fore 180 days with credit for time served of 21 days. Shinaul was given a $1,000 and was placed under supervised probation for 10 years.

Shinaul was also sentenced for one count Drugs - 5th Degree - Procure/Possess/Control by Fraud or Deceit. Shinaul was sentenced to 15 months in the St. Cloud Correctional Facility and was placed under supervised probation for three years for this charge. The sentences are concurrent.

Andrew Enos Hershberger, 22, of Postville Iowa, appeared in Fillmore County Court on September 24, 2013 for an Initial Appearance - Rule 8 before Judge Matthew Opat. Hershberger faces alleged charges of Fleeing a Police Officer in a Motor Vehicle, Traffic - Reckless Driving; Drives with willful or wanton disregard for safety, Traffic - Careless Driving, Traffic - Duty to Drive with Due Care - Speed Greater than Reasonable. An omnibus hearing is set for Hershberger on October 14, 2013 at 11:15 a.m.

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10:59:13, Feb 3rd 2014

BethShade says:
I trusted him. SBNet Paul.... Skunk Boy... I believed in him. He said he cared so much for children... He lied. He called what hes done a simple mistake... That it was so easily excusable.


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4:47:51, Jul 15th 2014

Knewhimforseveralyears says:
I'm honestly delighted this finally happened. He always gave me the heebie-jeebies.

I thought he would have killed himself before he let himself ever get arrested again.

Other than that, I feel sick to my stomach.

I wish I had done something and listened to my gut...

@BethShade,

He said it was a simple mistake? How on earth is this even possibly a mistake???


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1:09:42, Feb 15th 2015

BethShade says:
I'm not saying I agreed with it....or him. Or any of it.. I wish he were dead. @knewhimforseveralyears there is nothing about it that was a simple mistake. None of it. He's a sicko and a liar. And if he ever speaks to me again, I will happily shoot him. Happily.


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8:57:55, Apr 1st 2015

Skunkpuppy says:
@BethShade and @Knewhimforseveralyears

No matter what someone has done, unless they have unreasonably killed someone, they deserve a chance at life. I'm happy he did not kill himself, I am related... never met face to face but came in contact through mail recently... I would have been devastated had I found out he was dead before I could meet him. Even if he did do something wrong, and by never being around he has wronged me, but with his kindness he is attempting to make up for it. Assuming this stuff could be true, and deep in my heart I believe some of it must be, I understand your unhappiness. But he does care for children, he's begun to care about me. Before you say how much you wish someone is dead, think about the children who could stumble upon your comments and be very hurt by them.


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