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A Spink County man was remanded into law enforcement custody after a jury found him guilty of using a hoax device to cause fear.
Anthony Hildebrant will be sentenced on May 2 and faces two years in prison and a $4,000 fine, according to the Aberdeen Insider.
Hildebrant, 65, left behind a package that contained a penis enlarger for a Conde city employee. It was the latest incident between Hildebrant and the Conde man, who is 70. Hildebrant was accused of writing “waste of skin,” “liar” and “dump master” on the exterior of the package.
After finding the package, the victim took it to the town council where it was locked up for a couple of days. Ultimately, law enforcement, including the Division of Criminal Investigation and a bomb squad, were asked to investigate.
But all they found inside was the penis enlarger.