MASON CITY – “I love my girl with all my heart I’m going to make myself a better man a man she deserves.”
Those were the words written by Bradley James Servantez, 32, of Mason City in April.
Servantez then proceeded to be found guilty of numerous no-contact violations he committed against his victim of domestic assault in addition to being arrested by Mason City police on a new assault after an incident on May 2nd in which he allegedly used or displayed a weapon.
Servantez faced six counts of violating a no-contact order which was set after a D felony charge brought on March 13th by Mason City police for a third or subsequent domestic abuse assault offense that was witnessed at Kum & Go South. He was found guilty on all but one count which the court is still adjudicating.
Servantez will be in the Cerro Gordo County Jail until July 4th serving time for the no-contact violations. No court date has yet been set on the felony domestic abuse assault charge.
Servantez plead guilty in 2010 to domestic assault second offense. He still owes $2,761.36 in restitution and court costs in that case. Also in 2010, Servantez was found guilty of his third OWI offense. He still owes the courts $5,451.76 in fines, fees and costs. He was set to pay $10.00 per month on that debt.