Life As Fugitive, Capture, Trial and Imprisonment
Fine was eventually captured in San Rafael, California on January 7, 1976. On June 8, 1976 he pled guilty to two felonies in federal district court: conspiracy and unlawful flight to avoid prosecution. On the same day, he also pled guilty in Dane County Wisconsin Circuit Court to charges of destruction of property and to murder in the third degree for causing the death of Robert Fassnacht.
He was sentenced to a total of seven years in prison on the federal charges and received a sentence in the state court of seven years; the two sentences were to run concurrently. Fine was paroled on August 15, 1979 and remained on parole for approximately three additional years.
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