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Man arrested for sex offender registry had counterfeit cash, Mason City police say

Man arrested for sex offender registry had counterfeit cash, Mason City police say


MASON CITY | An eastern Iowa man wanted for a sex offender violation was found with counterfeit cash during his arrest in Mason City, police say. 

Trent Duane Hackman, 36, of Parkersburg, was wanted on a Butler County warrant and faces additional charges for felony forgery. 

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Mason City police arrested him at the Days Inn, 2301 Fourth St. S.W., on Nov. 28. 

An officer allegedly found three counterfeit $100 bills in Hackman's wallet during a search.

He admitted they were counterfeit and that he had "got them yesterday," court documents said. 

Hackman was arrested and transferred to the Butler County Jail, where he is being held on a $5,000 bond. 

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The Butler County warrant was prompted by Hackman failing to notify authorities of an address change. 

Individuals on Iowa's sex offender registry are required by law to notify local authorities within five days when their name, address or phone number changes. 

Hackman was placed on the registry following a jury conviction for burglary and assault with intent to commit sex abuse. He was sentenced to two years in prison on the charges. 

— Courtney Fiorini

Photos: North Iowa's mugshots of 2018









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