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Mason City domestic abuser and gang banger back in jail

MASON CITY – A convicted Mason City felon, previously accused of violent crimes such as riot and criminal felony gang activity, was jailed after a probation violation connected to a domestic assault he committed this summer.

Tony Joe Jones, age 26, was brought to jail by Mason City police on November 14 after officers located him in a North End home. A warrant for his arrest had been issued the previous day by a judge for a probation violation in connection to a guilty plea to second offense domestic assault, a crime he committed on July 6, 2014. He remains jailed on $2,000 bond until he sees a judge.

Around midnight on July 6th, a caller reported receiving a message that an individual had been assaulted and needed assistance at 204 8th Street SW. A Mason City police officer located the victim and Jones, who was arrested and charged.  On July 11th, Jones plead not guilty, but later accepted a plea deal that resulted in 2 years’ probation, suspended jail of 358 days (he had to serve 7) and a suspended fine.

Jones, Tony Joe INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY
Jones, Tony Joe
INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY

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This guy is bad news! I wouldn’t talk bad about him. This dude is ugly and crazy.

He will probably narc on someone to get out of jail. That is what they all do.

This article states nothing of convictions or arrests for substance “violations”, but does highlight him as a violent individual. Usually the insinuation of “narcing” (short for narcotics), has an implication of turning in people for illegal drugs. You are trying to draw a comparison between drug use and violent criminal behavior, which is propaganda. Many violent, abusive people never touched drugs in their life, and usually are alcoholics, and often parents.

Have you become the spokes person for the stoners?

Or narc, as in nark… Ya know? A “nark”, can do so with or without any implications of anything to do with illegal drugs; but rather, it’s more of a term used for someone, insinuating that they are a “snitch” or that they inform the police of a crime- any illegal acts, for that matter… In your defense, though, I could see how using a “c” instead of a “k” there (in the misspelling of the word “nark”) could certainly cause some confusion if you consider the shorter, abbreviated term for “narcotics”…..‍♀️ And yes- I did happen to realize that it’s only been like… 9 yrs ago or whatever since this even happened, so of course, you may not ever even see my comment here, on your comment as a result of that; but, hey! You know what?- If you hadn’t put those together by now, then there ya go only here to help!

Heading right down the path with his cousins, Huerta and smith brothers. Squeal like a pig Toney or take it like a con.

I thought that Obama was going to arrest these domestic terrorists. Oh I forgot, he’s only going to arrest the common everyday working, tax paying, voting American, that stands up to the Government.

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