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Mason City man violates parole

MASON CITY – A wanted man with numerous drug and operating while intoxicated offenses on his record turned himself into authorities on Thursday.

Gary Edward Showman, 45, showing a Mason City address, reported to the Cerro Gordo County Jail on a parole violation related to a felony offense in 2010.  He was convicted of third/subsequent offense drunken driving (OWI-3rd/subsequent offense), a Class D felony, from Cerro Gordo County and sentenced to prison.

According to an Iowa Department of Corrections spokesperson, Showman’s prison sentence began on July 20, 2010 and  was admitted to parole on July 30, 2012.  He had been placed in the Beje Clark Residential Center in Mason City on September 27, 2010 to receive treatment per the OWI Continuum, and subsequently released to parole on January 25, 2011.  Parole was revoked and again Showman was again placed in the Beje Clark Residential Center from April 30, 2012 until his most recent parole, which he has now violated.

Showman is being held on no bond at this time.

Gary Edward Showman



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I’m trying to figure out how he violated his most recent parole. It doesn’t say, as far as I can see and I read the article 3 times. It was nice of him to turn himself in.

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