Male accused of raping girls ages 4 and 9 to serve less than 180 days in jail – not required to register as sex offender

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The court documents revealed that one of the underage victims reported in April 2020 that she had first been raped by Shei on Mother’s Day in 2018 at a residence. The girl informed the police that Shei had promised to give her money and buy her toys.

In June 2021, a second underage victim told authorities that Shei had raped her multiple times at the same residence.

In December 2022, Shei entered an Alford plea, which meant that he did not admit guilt of the sexual assault crimes, but he did admit the jury would likely convict him based on the evidence.

According to Shei’s lawyer, James McGeeney, the court could not sentence Shei to serve jail time because it would violate the plea agreement.

On January 30, 2023, District Judge Jacob Allen disagreed with McGeeney and sentenced Shei to serve, with good behavior, 116 days in the Olmsted County Adult Detention Center and 30 years probation. The judge also ordered Shei to undergo a sex offender program and complete 200 hours of community service.

Shei’s plea deal called for a stay of adjudication and two of the three charges to be dropped. After the completion of Shei’s probation, all charges against him will be dismissed and removed from his criminal record.

One of the victims and several family members spoke during Monday’s sentencing hearing. “There is no moving on or getting over it, I’ve tried,” stated one of the victims.

“Some day you will have to answer for this egregious act against a child,” said a family member of one of the girls.

“I hope you heard what was said in this court today,” Allen told Shei. “The conduct they described and the way it affected them should be something that haunts you.”

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