MASON CITY, Iowa – A Rochester woman accused of burglarizing a Clear Lake home is changing her plead.
Marylynn Kristin Lockie, 36, entered a guilty plea Monday to one count of trespass, a serious misdemeanor. It’s part of a plea deal where Cerro Gordo County prosecutors agree to reduce the charge against her from felony 1st degree burglary.
Lockie is accused of entering a 2nd Avenue North home on April 11, elbowing a man in the face, taking items from the home outside, and then damaging them.
Lockie has received a deferred judgment and one year of supervised probation. She must also pay a $315 civil penalty. If she successfully completes her probation, this conviction will be removed from her record.
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