By the time he reached adolescence, Blom was a heavy drinker and exhibited behavioral problems.In 10th the grade, he went to a reform school where he often skipped classes.The plaintiffs say their indefinite commitments are tantamount to life sentences.Terhaar is the only person ever to be cleared for an unconditional discharge since the program began more than 20 years ago, according to Dan Gustafson, lead attorney for the plaintiffs in the lawsuit.In 1983, he was arrested again for criminal sexual conduct.
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Donald Blom's father abused him from the time he was very young until he was around 13 years old.
At 14,528 acres (59 km The first people who inhabited the Lake Minnetonka area were likely indigenous natives who migrated to the region at the end of the last ice age circa 8000 BCE.
Later peoples who inhabited the area between 3500 BCE and 1500 CE are often referred to collectively as the "Mound Builders" because they constructed large land features serving spiritual, ceremonial, burial, and elite residential functions.