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Clear Lake man cleared of wrong-doing in no-contact order violation charge

gavel-justiceMASON CITY – A Clear Lake man accused of a no-contact order violation in connection to a domestic dispute has been cleared of wrong-doing in court.

Mason City police reported that an incident unfolded on March 5, 2016 at 1:13 AM. Officers were flagged down to report a no contact order violation at Tailgaters Bar, located at 627 South Federal Avenue.  Police told NIT that “an officer was doing a bar check inside Tailgaters Bar. Both parties of a protective order were found inside the bar.”

Officers then verified the protective order was valid and investigated the suspected violation. Officers arrested 29-year-old Philip Biermann for violation of a no-contact order without incident.

Biermann said of the incident “I was set up and have been to jail for no reason other than lies and a setup dragging my name through mud like crazy. Look up my previous record it’s blank nothing but 2 speeding tickets if they even show up, other than that I have NEVER assaulted anyone, or broke a no contact with an intent for assault…it’s all pure evil lies.”

The no-contact order violation was eventually dismissed by a judge after a number of continuances requested by the defense.

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