MASON CITY, Iowa – More probation has been handed out for some North Iowa auto thefts.
39-year-old Jeremy Jason Noah was sentenced Monday to five years of supervised probation for 3rd degree burglary and two years of probation each on two counts of operating a motor vehicle without the owner’s consent.
Noah, of Mason City, and Leah Stout from Belmond were arrested in February and charged with stealing vehicles in Rockwell and Manly.
Stout previously pleaded guilty and received three to five years of probation. Noah entered an Alford plea, meaning he does not admit guilt but concedes he could be convicted at trial and will accept punishment.
In addition to their probation, Noah and Stout must pay $1,486.31 in restitution to their victims.
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