MASON CITY – A Northwood man will be sentenced in November after being tied to a car wash burglary that took place in 2011.
Joseph Michael Evenson, age 26, will be sentenced on November 9 after he pled guilty this past week to first degree burglary. He allegedly burglarized a car wash in Clear Lake on September 1, 2011 and left behind DNA. He later submitted DNA in another arrest, which linked him to the crime.
Evenson has been charged with numerous crimes, including assault causing injury, extortion, harassment, theft, domestic abuse, assault on a peace officer, child endangerment, and many more.