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Man sentenced to prison in Mason City burglary case

MASON CITY – On Monday, February 13th, 37-year-old Daniel Lee Maine was sentenced to serve up to ten years in prison by District Court Judge, Christopher C. Foy on one Class C felony count of 2nd degree burglary.

The charge stemmed from an incident investigated by Mason City Police Department on October 18th, 2011. Following a criminal complaint against Maine a warrant was issued.

Maine was captured on November 4th and has remained in the Cerro Gordo County Jail on bond.

Court records show Daniel Maine entered a voluntary negotiated guilty plea to the 2nd degree burglary charge on January 9th ahead of a scheduled trial.

During Monday’s sentencing Judge Foy also ordered to reimburse the state $180 for indigent defense, pay $138.75 in local sheriff fees, pay a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge, pay $100 in court docket filing fees, pay $80 for court reporter services, and pay a $20 certificate seal fee.

Maine is currently listed on the Cerro Gordo County Jail inmate population report as awaiting transport to prison.

SUBJECT IS INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY.

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