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Alleged vicious attack with punches and bites leads to felony burglary charge for woman

MASON CITY – A Mason City woman allegedly marched into someone else’s home after kicking in the door, leading to a violent struggle and felony charges.

Mason City police tell NIT that on August 8, 2016, at 11:58 PM, a disturbance was reported at 122 ½ 13th Street NE. Officers responded and investigated the incident. They were told that 36-year-old Lakivia Lacy (of Jackson, Mississippi but now living in Mason City), had come over unannounced and uninvited. She allegedly kicked open the door and assaulted the female resident inside. The resident was allegedly punched and bitten by Lacy during the struggle inside. Officers could not find Lacy right away so they applied for an arrest warrant for felony first-degree burglary.

Police say Lacy and the victim knew each other and are believed to have had a disagreement prior to this incident.

Lacy was arrested later in August on the warrant and then posted bond and was released. She was due in court to be arraigned on September 6, but failed to appear in court. She was again arrested, this time on Wednesday, September 7, on an arrest warrant and taken to the county jail. She remains held there on $25,000 bond, awaiting a court date.

Lacy could face decades in prison if convicted.

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