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Violent Mason City man jailed for violating protective order

MASON CITY – A number of recent guilty pleas to violent charges wasn’t enough to prevent a Mason City man from landing back in jail this weekend.

Jacob Matthew Mills, age 21, was brought to the county jail Sunday evening, charged with violating a no-contact order. Mills was charged in July with felony willful injury causing serious injury. Later in July, he pled guilty to assault causing bodily injury. A no-contact order in that case was extended for 5 more years until 2020. He was given 365 days in jail with all but 7 days suspended; a year of probation; and ordered to pay $990.60 in fines and court fees.

Also in July, Mills faced a charge of felony domestic abuse assault involving strangulation. He pled guilty to first offense domestic abuse assault. He was given 2 days in jail; ordered to pay $403.75 in court fees and a no-contact order was extended for a year.

Mills is being held on no bond in the county jail and could face up to 7 days in jail for violating the protective order.

Mills, Jacob Matthew
Mills, Jacob Matthew
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