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Mason City woman faces second count of felony delivery of meth


This news story was published on March 16, 2014.
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MASON CITY – Police have brought a second charge of felony delivery of methamphetamine against a Mason City woman.

Cerro Gordo County Sheriff’s Department alleges that Staci Jo Slater, age 31, deliver meth on July 23, 2013. They charged her with a felony C controlled substance violation. Police arrested her on February 28th at the Community Kitchen, and she promptly put up $2,000 bond and was released from jail. She awaits a March 31, 2014 arraignment in that case.

On March 12, Mason City police brought a second charge of felony C controlled substance violation, alleging that Slater alleging that Slater delivered meth on October 15, 2013. A warrant was immediately issued for her arrest, and Mason City police officers found her at a North End residence on March 14th just after 5 AM and took her into custody.

Slater is now in the Cerro Gordo County Jail, held on $10,000 cash-only bond on this charge. She awaits a March 21 preliminary hearing.

Staci Jo Slater SUBJECT IS INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY

Staci Jo Slater
SUBJECT IS INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY

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7 Responses to Mason City woman faces second count of felony delivery of meth

  1. USMCSSG Reply Report comment

    March 16, 2014 at 11:53 am

    Send this P.O.S. away. Get her and her friends off the f**ken streets. This shit of letting all these felons, druggies and women beaters all need to be sent down the river. I wish they would hire that sheriff from Arizona to come up here and teach Sheriff Pals how to run a jail where his prisoners have to work off there stay. Hell I’ll even volunteer to run the gun truck.

    • Philosophus Reply Report comment

      March 16, 2014 at 12:19 pm

      Or, we could just stop prosecuting drug crimes and eliminate half the jail population. You say tow-may-toe I say toe-ma-tow.

      • Maybe Reply Report comment

        March 16, 2014 at 12:44 pm

        You are pathetic peter, you are probably trying to set yourself up in the drug trade business so you are trying to get the public to persuade them to change the laws so you won’t go to jail.

        • Philosophus Reply Report comment

          March 16, 2014 at 1:44 pm

          Yeah, keep on thinking that simple explanation to yourself. Whatever makes you feel smart.

        • Philosophus Reply Report comment

          March 16, 2014 at 1:46 pm

          I mean seriously, what’s with you people and jail? You always have a hard-on to put someone in jail, or execute them. Are your lives that boring?

          • Maybe

            March 16, 2014 at 3:39 pm

            If someone breaks the law then they go to jail or they are put to death. Drugs are illegal, deal with it.

          • LVS

            March 16, 2014 at 3:42 pm

            @maybe-very well said.