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Man charged after soliciting jail inmate to burglarize his alleged assault victim

MASON CITY – A man awaiting trial on two different assault cases and serving time for repeatedly violating a protection order on the alleged victim is in more trouble after allegedly soliciting the help of a man to burglarize his victim.

According to police, Bradley James Servantez, 32, of Mason City, was charged on July 15th, 2013 for violating a no-contact order the previous day. Servantez previously 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 is now serving 30 days in jail for violating the previous no-contact orders.

Servantez is now alleged to have met subjects while in jail on July 15th and requested they contact the protected party of the no contact order, which is not allowed, even by third parties.

Servantez is also charged with solicitation – a D Felony – stemming from Servantez allegedly soliciting jail inmate Jeff Beier on or around May 5th, 2013 to burglarize the protected party’s residence, while the no contact order was in effect.

Bradley James Servantez
Bradley James Servantez

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Get a grip man!!!

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