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Accused felons duke it out in jail, face charges

MASON CITY – To allegedly violent, accused felons went toe-to-toe in the jail and now face charges as a result.

A number of law enforcement officers responded to a jail disturbance Saturday afternoon, March 4, in the Cerro Gordo county jail. Sheriff Kevin Pals told NIT Monday that “two inmates got into a fight,” leading to an investigation. Involved in the fracas were 25-year-old Montez Javon Lamont Guise and 30-year-old Peter Leroy Veal. Sheriff Pals didn’t indicate if either man was hurt, but both face a charge of interference with official acts.

Veal is an accused double-murdered who has been ruled incompetent to stand trial – yet apparently roams loose with the other inmates. Guise is accused of felony burglary and false imprisonment along with domestic abuse assault.

Veal, Peter Leroy
Guise, Montez Javon Lamont
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