MASON CITY – A North Iowa woman caught stealing and with meth in Mason City was sent to jail for two weeks, but faces a slew of other charges from around the region.
Kelly Beth Pamperin, age 34 of Goldfield, Iowa, was charged by Mason City police with fifth-degree theft after an incident back in August of 2015. After months of court proceedings, Pampering finally pleaded guilty to the charge and was sentenced to two weeks in jail.
In addition, Mason City police charged Pamperin with possession of methamphetamine in October of 2015. She pleaded guilty to that charge and was given a concurrent two week jail sentence and ordered to pay $1,650.25 in fines and court fees.
Pamperin is facing a number of serious charges from around the North Iowa area at this time. Clear Lake police brought two counts of felony forgery against her after an alleged crime back in June of 2015. She pleaded not guilty in March and awaits a pre-trial conference this month a possible trial in May.
Humboldt, Iowa police also brought two counts of felony forgery against Pamperin after alleged crimes in June of 2015. No trial date has been set. She also faces a charge of fifth-degree theft brought by Humboldt police.
Pamperin pleaded guilty to felony forgery in Wright county in February. A charge of operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent was dismissed. She as given a suspended 5-year prison term, 3 years of probation and ordered to pay $1,639.74 in fines and court fees. However, she faces a May trial there on a charge of felony first-degree robbery.