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Mason City man found guilty of violating no-contact order

MASON CITY – Judge Rustin Davenport found a Mason City man guilty on Monday of violating a civil no-contact order.

Jeremy Joe Barragan, 22, was charged with violating the no-contact order which was signed on July 30, 2012 after a domestic situation at a Mason City residence.  A second count of violating the no-contact order was dismissed.

Barragan was sentenced to 14 days in jail by Judge Davenport and is currently serving his time in the Cerro Gordo County Jail.  He owes $291.50 in court costs.

Barragan also went before a judge on September 17th for possession of drug paraphernalia charges. Mason City police had cited him after a September 4th, 2012 incident. A trial date of December 21 was set in that case by Judge Patrick Byrne.

Barragan plead not guilty to charges of possession of a controlled substance at an arraignment on September 24th.  He will face trial on December 4th.

Jeremy Joe Barragan
SUBJECT IS INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY
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