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Jury verdict: Jandreau guilty of all charges

Monday, November 19, 2012

Matthew R. Jandreau, 20, Le Mars, has been convicted on all charges by a Plymouth County District Court Jury.
(Plymouth County Jail photo)
A Plymouth County District Court Jury tonight (Monday) convicted a Le Mars man on all charges from a March 2 crime spree in Le Mars.

The verdict of guilty on seven charges was reached by the jury at approximately 9 p.m. on the fifth day of a trial, which began Nov. 13 in Plymouth County District Court in Le Mars.

He was accused of assaulting an 11-year-old female after breaking into a Le Mars residence.

Matthew R. Jandreau, 20, of Le Mars, was found guilty of burglary in the third degree; kidnapping in the third degree; guilty of assault with intent to commit sexual abuse causing bodily injury; guilty of attempted burglary in the second degree; guilty of operating a motor vehicle without owner's consent; guilty of criminal mischief and guilty of operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

The jury set the value of items damaged at more than $500, but less than $1,000.

Jandreau was arrested at a Le Mars residence after a 911 call to the Plymouth County Sheriff's Office Communication Center on March 2.

He has has been held in the Plymouth County Jail since the arrest.

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