A man from northern Iowa has returned to jail after police said he violated his terms of release pending an upcoming sexual abuse trial.
And according to court documents, it will also impact at least three other burglary cases in which police say the man was involved.
Dylan Michael Jones, 23, of New Hampton, was arrested Jan. 15 in Floyd County and charged with two counts of third degree burglary and one count of fourth degree criminal mischief, according to court documents of Cerro Gordo County District.
The initial criminal complaint, which was filed in Floyd County, says Jones was caught by footprints in the snow after he robbed two different farm buildings, damaging one, in Charles City.
At the same time, Jones is also awaiting trial on third-degree sexual abuse charges dating back to November 2020. In this case, Jones is accused of committing a sexual act in a Cerro Gordo County park with a person. under the age of 16.
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As part of his pre-trial release conditions, the court ordered Jones to remain law-abiding and make all court-related appointments.
On February 5, following the January 15 arrest on burglary charges, an arrest warrant was issued for Jones’ arrest. He was reinstated in Cerro Gordo County Jail on February 25 on a $ 10,000 cash bond.