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Former Floyd County Attorney pleads guilty to drunk driving, but is behind in paying courts


This news story was published on April 8, 2014.
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MASON CITY – A Clarksville attorney pleaded guilty on March 10 to operating while intoxicated, but is behind in paying his financial debts related to his crimes.

Jesse Marzen of Clarksville, Iowa, was allegedly found drunk in a snowbank outside Mason City by a Cerro Gordo deputy and arrested on January 4, 2014 at about 3:10 AM near the intersection of Thrush Avenue and 230th Street.

Marzen, age 35, was arrested and charged with operating while under the influence (1st offense), no insurance, failure to maintain control and open container (driver).

On March 10, 2014, Marzen pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated.  Jusge Karen Salic suspended half of a $1,250 fine and was allowed to complete a drink driving program instead of serving two days in jail.  Marzen  has paid $100 of $953.75 of fines and fees he now owes Iowa courts.

Judge Rolf Aronsen dismissed the charge of no insurance but assessed $60.00 in court costs, which Marzen has failed to pay.  He was mailed an overdue notice on March 29.

Judge Rolf Aronsen dismissed the charge of failure to maintain control but assessed $60.00 in court costs, which Marzen has failed to pay.  He was mailed an overdue notice on March 29.

Judge Rolf Aronsen dismissed the charge of open container of alcohol but assessed $60.00 in court costs, which Marzen has failed to pay.  He was mailed an overdue notice on March 29.

Jesse Michael Marzen PAST DUE ON COURT BILLS

Jesse Michael Marzen
PAST DUE ON COURT BILLS

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3 Responses to Former Floyd County Attorney pleads guilty to drunk driving, but is behind in paying courts

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    NoShawn Reply Report comment

    April 8, 2014 at 8:03 pm

    I like to play golf in the Sumer! Who cares!!!! Why is this news??? People drive drunk everyday. No one cares what he does, he is only human!! NEXT

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    Messy Blumpkin Reply Report comment

    April 8, 2014 at 4:28 pm

    Lock the little turd up and throw away the key.

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    LVS Reply Report comment

    April 8, 2014 at 9:56 am

    Old Judge Aronsen really taught him a lesson. I bet Marzen will never do that again.