But local authorities are not interested in allowing Shrubsall to one day walk again as a free man. William C. Wednesday, Shrubsall was sentenced to two to six years for bail Jumping in the first degree and criminal contempt in the second degree.
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This includes interacting with the various social and community agencies which are also charged with ministering to the needs of our youth and working with the youth civil commitment of sex offenders cases in Niagara Falls their families toward the ultimate goal of providing a safe community along with placing our young citizens on a path toward becoming productive members of our society.
Niagara Falls native William Shrubsall later fled to Canada to dodge a sexual assault conviction but got in trouble there for numerous crimes. Listen Listening WNED Classical. As one of them explained, the concern is how Shrubsall might react to any critical comments made about him.
While some individuals acknowledged either direct or indirect acquaintance with Shrubsall, none would consent to an interview. All rights reserved.
By: Anthony Reyes. If convicted of that bail-jumping charge, Shrubsall might face another couple years in prison. Kloch agreed with the DA and sentenced Shrubsall, now legally known as Ethan MacLeod, to serve the sentence consecutive to the prison term he is currently serving.
Activities of the Youth Aid Division: Criminal Investigation of Crimes believed to be committed by persons under the age of sixteen. Unit Phone Number: Listen Listening So, too, did the Niagara Gazette. Share Tweet Email.