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Hampton robber back in jail after short time in prison


This news story was published on April 8, 2014.
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MASON CITY – A Hampton man who police say robbed six Hampton businesses and was ultimately sentenced to five years in prison is back in jail Tuesday after a brief stint in prison.

Jeremy Nicholas Mulford, age 33, was picked up by law enforcement for parole and probation violations related to his March 25, 2013 guilty plea to three counts of felony C third degree burglary for his robbery spree in Hampton late in 2012, which also involved an injury to a police officer. Mulford was sentenced to three terms of five years in state prison, but only served about 13 months before he was set free in on February 10 of this year.

Mulford has failed to make a payment to the courts related to those guilty pleas, and owes $3,340.28. He is now in the Cerro Gordo County Jail, held on no bond.

Mulford, Jeremy Nicholas BACK IN JAIL AFTER 13 MONTHS IN PRISON

Mulford, Jeremy Nicholas
BACK IN JAIL AFTER 13 MONTHS IN PRISON

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One Response to Hampton robber back in jail after short time in prison

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    Messy Blumpkin Reply Report comment

    April 8, 2014 at 7:38 pm

    Lock the little turd up and throw away the key.