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Domestic abuser who got lenient sentence back in jail for violating probation

MASON CITY – A convicted car burglar and domestic abuser who received probation has been implicated in a 2012 burglary in another county and is now back in the Cerro Gordo jail.

Michael Mireles, age 24 of Forest City, was arrested on a warrant connected to probation violation in a domestic abuse assault case he pled guilty to here in Mason City.  Mason City police were called to 314 North Georgia Avenue on Sunday, November 9, 2014 at about 9:41 PM after an emergency call was made about a physical domestic altercation there. Police arrived, and after an investigation, determined Mireles was the aggressor in the incident. Mireles was arrested and charged with felony domestic abuse assault involving strangulation and first offense domestic abuse assault causing injury.  He later pled guilty and was given three years of probation along with a suspended fine and a suspended prison sentence.  The day after that arrest, on Monday, November 10, 2014, Mireles pled guilty to burglary of a motor vehicle, among other charges brought by Algona police. He received 2 years of probation and a suspended fine and a suspended prison sentence.

Now, Mireles is accused of violating his probation in the felony domestic abuse case and is in jail.  He is accused in Palo Alto county of committing a burglary that took place in 2012 in Emmetsburg.  A warrant for his arrest in that case had been issued in July, and he has been sought by law enforcement ever since.  No court date is set yet in that case, but he will face a court date in Cerro Gordo county on September 25.

Mireles, Michael
Mireles, Michael

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