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Mason City man to perform community service in marijuana case

An 18-year-old Mason City resident must perform one hundred hours community service and complete three years of probation with the Iowa Department of Corrections after receiving a deferred judgment on a possession with intent to deliver marijuana charge.

Blake Michael Walderbach was charged following a traffic stop at the corner of 12th Street North East and Elm Drive in Mason City the evening of October 27th when police found a large quantity of marijuana in his possession.

Court records show Walderbach had changed his plea from not guilty on December 19th in the case.

On Tuesday, January 31st, Judge James Drew handed down the deferred judgment in the case. In addition to the community service and probation Walderbach paid a $750 deferred judgment civil penalty, $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge, $100 criminal filing and docket fees, $80 court reporter services, and a $10 drug abuse surcharge.

Blake Michael Walderbach

SUBJECT IS INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY.

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