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Hiawatha man accused of failing to register as sex offender
02/09/2018

(KNZA)--A Hiawatha man is accused of failing to register as a sex offender.

24-year-old Daniel Auckland was arrested Thursday by the Brown County Sheriff's Department.

He appeared Friday in a Brown County courtroom on the felony charge.  A preliminary hearing was set for February 14th.

Information was not immediately available on the original sex offense conviction.

He had been arrested Wednesday by the Hiawatha Police Department for a probation violation.  A hearing in that case is now set for March 6th.

Auckland was released Friday on his own recognizance.  

 

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