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Mason City man to serve six months in jail for probation violation



This news story was published on March 7, 2012.
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MASON CITY – On Tuesday, March 6th, 21-year-old Brandon Lee Hadacek of Mason City was found guilty of violating probation while serving his original sentence at Beje Clark. Hadacek was subsequently arrested and has been held in the Cerro Gordo County Jail since January 31st pending probation revocation proceedings.

Hadacek was placed on probation after a voluntary negotiated guilty plea to one Class D felony charge of forgery and one Class D felony charge of 3rd degree burglary. The burglary charge stemmed from a report to the county sheriff of suspicious activity at rural residence. Brandon Hadacek, Bradley Hadacek, and Nathan Olsen were found by law enforcement in a vehicle that had fled the scene of the rural acreage and all three were charged for the burglary incident.

On Tuesday District Court Judge James M. Drew found Hadacek guilty of the probation violation and sentenced him to serve 180 days in county jail. Judge Drew continued the prior orders leaving Hadacek on probation with the Iowa Department of Corrections for three to five years in addition to his return to Beje Clark following the commencement of his jail sentence. Two five year suspended prison sentences handed down originally by District Court Judge Colleen D. Weiland in August 2011 remain suspended.

According to the Cerro Gordo County Jail Inmate Population Report Hadacek will be eligible to return to Beje Clark on July 29th at the completion of his sentence.

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6 Responses to Mason City man to serve six months in jail for probation violation

  1. Gary Reply Report comment

    March 21, 2012 at 6:15 am

    Actually they made a mistake on that article because it said in the other paper that he was going to be in jail for six months with 5 year probation plus he doesnt have to go back to Beje so get your facts straight no wonder i dont like going on these websites

    • Anonymous Reply Report comment

      April 13, 2012 at 8:44 pm

      hey dumb ass he has been on probation hence the probation violation. He will go back to Beje you watch, thats what ‘previous orders continued means’ go troll some more scooped up globe writer.

  2. Anonymous Reply Report comment

    March 8, 2012 at 7:03 pm

    Did he use a marker to draw on his soul patch?

  3. Larry Reply Report comment

    March 8, 2012 at 8:41 am

    Beje is a waste. They put these criminals on the honor system and they have no honor. For the most part they are all repeat offenders that should be in prison where a little hard time just might make them afraid to come back.

  4. Katie Reply Report comment

    March 7, 2012 at 11:30 pm

    Are there ANY Beje success stories?