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Convicted meth dealer sent to jail for 14 days

MASON CITY – A convicted Mason City meth dealer has been sent to jail for 14 days.

Jay Barrientes, age 50 of Mason City, was convicted of dealign meth back in 2016 after a guilty plea. He was given a suspended 10-year prison sentence, a suspended fine and 5 years of probation. He was soon thereafter accused of violating his probation and this month, Judge Rustin Davenport found him guilty.

As a result, Barrientes was sentenced to 14 days in jail. He is in the county jail at this time, serving his sentence.

Barrientes was guilty back in 2014 of shoplifting two items valued at a total of $2.99 from Pure Pleasure in rural Mason City. He was ordered to pay $387.50 in fines and court fees; records show he has not yet made a payment on that balance.

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