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According to The Epoch Times, Schinzing had a recent run in with law when he was sentenced earlier this year to 5 years of probation after he was found guilty of third-degree assault when he admitted he had punched his girlfriend in the face with a closed fist in front of her 8-year-old son in a Northeast Portland apartment in late February.

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