The 82-year-old rural Paynesville man convicted of 2nd-degree murder and sentenced to more than 30 years in prison is now in the custody of the Department of Corrections. Delbert Huber was admitted to the Minnesota Correctional Facility in St. Cloud last week after being sentenced to 367 months in prison, the maximum amount allowed for 2nd-degree murder. Huber pleaded guilty in the October, 2011 shooting death of 43-year-old Timothy Richard Larson of Albertville in northern Kandiyohi County. His son, 46-year-old Timothy John Huber has also been charged with murder for the killing, and his case is still pending. Attorneys on both sides are in discussions concerning what evidence will be allowed in his trial. He faces the possibility of life in prison.
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