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Convicted thief faces possible prison sentence for probation violation

This news story was published on October 27, 2016.
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MASON CITY – A Mason City woman twice guilty of stealing from local businesses managed to be accused of violating her probation in those cases just before their terms expired, and now could face prison.

Jennifer Lynn Gesiriech, age 40, is served a 7 day sentence in the Cerro Gordo County Jail after pleading guilty on October 21, 2014 to two counts of theft in the third degree. Gesiriech was caught on May 5 of that year stealing at Mills Fleet Farm and then again at another business on July 17, 2014. The theft charges against her were enhanced due to her criminal history. She had been caught stealing a number of times prior to these crimes.

Gesiriech was given a 2 year suspended prison sentence and 358 days of suspended jail time as well as 2 years of probation on both counts. She was ordered to pay $327 and $291 in court costs and fees, while fines of $625 were suspended.

On October 14, 2016, Gesiriech was accused by the Iowa Department of Corrections of violating her probation in these two theft cases. A warrant for her arrest was issued October 25, and she was brought to jail Thursday, October 27. She is being held in the county jail on bond as she awaits a hearing on November 21. She could face the sentences that were suspended.

Jennifer Lynn Gesiriech PLED GUILTY

Jennifer Lynn Gesiriech

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