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Mason City meth dealer sent to Beje Clark

MASON CITY – Another meth dealer that local cops nabbed this summer was sent to Beje Clark to join the other drug dealers and assorted no-good-doers that live there.

Daniel Lee Vavrick, age 48 of Mason City, was one of several drug offenders that the North Central Iowa Narcotics Task Force and the Cerro Gordo County Sheriff’s Office attempted to serve several arrest warrants to on June 5, 2014. Vavrik was charged with two counts of felony delivery of methamphetamine.

On September 29, Vavrick pled guilty to one count of felony delivery of meth. He was sentenced to a 10-year-suspended prison sentence, a $1,000 fine, 5 years of probation and 999 days in the Beje Clark halfway house. In total, Vavrick owes $2,411.00 to Iowa courts in the case. His $50 per month payment plan begins on November 14.

Daniel Vavrik Kickin' it with the other drug dealers at Beje
Daniel Vavrik
Kickin’ it with the other drug dealers at Beje

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Just maybe these fast food joints would get back to hiring high school kids and senior citizens again. Who in the hell wants to work next to some of these creeps? Heck these losers get a place to sleep, 3 meals a day and all the sex and dope they need while at BG and also get a job at burger world/bonanza. You cant pay me to eat at these places.

Ah,simple solutions from simple people.

Beje Clark is day care for these people. They need to be sent to Gitmo to serve their time. Maybe Sheriff Joe would help rehabilitate them.

I say we close that place and let them rot in a prison. Just a trade school for criminals to learn their trade better.

@FUBAR-But then what would the fast food joints do for employees?

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