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Marshall man booked for probation violation

WORTHINGTON -- A Marshall man was arrested Friday on a bench warrant for violating his probation. Matthew Haas, 36, was booked in Nobles County Jail after being arrested by the Lyon County Sheriff's Office following an Aug. 12 incident. According...

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WORTHINGTON - A Marshall man was arrested Friday on a bench warrant for violating his probation.

 

Matthew Haas, 36, was booked in Nobles County Jail after being arrested by the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office following an Aug. 12 incident.

 

According to the criminal complaint filed in Lyon County, Haas was charged with third-degree assault, a felony, and fifth-degree assault, a misdemeanor. The complaint states Haas allegedly hit an individual that had watched his dog in the back of the head. The victim was allegedly hit upon returning Haas’ dog’s dishes after Haas accused him of sexually assaulting his dog.

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The Aug. 12 incident violated the probation determined in a plea agreement submitted in April in which Haas pleaded guilty to assaulting a Nobles County Corrections employee in August 2015.

 

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