Monday, March 24
(Minneapolis, MN) -- Former Salvation Army Harbor Light homeless shelter chemical treatment program director Amy Horsfield is headed to jail for sexually abusing a client. She will serve six months behind bars and have the rest of her year sentence stayed so long as she doesn't violate court orders. Horsfield will register as a predatory offender, complete sex offender treatment and more as part of the requirements to stay out of jail after six months. The 39-year-old St. Paul woman was convicted last month.