An Anoka County judge has ruled that a man serving time for kidnapping a woman and her daughter in 1980 should be committed to the state's sex offender program if he's released from prison.
During a week-long hearing in April, authorities argued that Ming Sen Shiue should be admitted to the high security state sex offender program in Moose Lake if he's ever released from prison.
Anoka County Judge Jenny Walker Jasper ruled today that Shiue is a sexually dangerous person and has a sexual psychopathic personality.
He was convicted of kidnapping one of his former teachers and her 8-year-old daughter and repeatedly sexually assaulting the teacher. He also was convicted of killing a 6-year-old boy who witnessed the kidnapping.
Mary Stauffer and her daughter Beth escaped from Shiue's home in Roseville after seven weeks in captivity.
The Stauffers testified during the commitment trial in April that they still feared Shiue.