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Tama woman who came to Mason City to buy drugs gets second deferred sentence


This news story was published on April 3, 2014.
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MASON CITY – A woman who came to Mason City to buy drugs and faced a felony drug charge was given a second deferred sentence Wednesday.

Tessa Rose-Marion awaited a jury trial set for March 11 on a charge of felony D possession of a controlled substance. However, on February 24, she plead guilty to a lesser charge and awaited sentencing on April 2.

In court Wednesday, Judge Annette Boehlje gave Marion a deferred judgement with one year of probation. She was also assessed $580.00 in fines and court costs.

Police had alleged that Marion met Michael Schenker in Mason City on November 19, 2013, to trade marijuana for money. Police said the deal “did not go well” and as a result of the botched deal, Schenker displayed an air pistol and then fled the scene. He was observed running northbound on Commercial Alley and stopped by officers. Both culprits were taken into custody and charged.

Schenker was found guilty by a Cerro Gordo county jury on March 3 of simple assault and third degree harassment and sentenced to 30 days in jail on both counts, to be served consecutively. He must also pay $1,209.75 court costs.

Marion was also given a deferred judgement in February in Floyd County District Court for drug possession.

Marion, Tessa Annette Rose DEFERRED JUDGEMENT

Marion, Tessa Annette Rose
DEFERRED JUDGEMENT

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    April 3, 2014 at 2:42 pm

    Are judges are wacked out. 2 deferred sentences, what kind of deterrent is that? WOW!!