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Habitual drunk driver gets 30 days in jail, suspended prison term despite probation violation

MASON CITY – A Plymouth man caught last fall for drunk driving for the third time in his driving career is now serving time in the Cerro Gordo County Jail after accepting a plea deal Monday.

Kory John Ferden, age 26, is serving a 30 day jail sentence after pleading guilty to third offense operating while intoxicated. Judge Karen Salic threw out a five year prison term but imposed a $3,125 fine. Ferden must serve 40 hours of community service, spend five years on probation and serve 180 days in a residential facility, most likely Beje Clark. Ferden owes $4,408.75 in court fees, fines and costs.

The plea deal also involved a probation violation after a plea deal Ferden took in 2012 for multiple charges of possession of a controlled substance. Judge Salic threw out a five year prison sentence involved with that violation, as well.

Man previously let loose by Judge Weiland in jail on 3rd alleged OWI offense

Ferden, Kory John SUBJECT IS INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY
Ferden, Kory John
SUBJECT IS INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY
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