Stewartville man pleads guilty to violating restraining order

(ABC 6 News) – A Stewartville man pleaded guilty to harassment and violating a restraining order Monday.

Cory Robert Cody entered a guilty plea to gross misdemeanor violation of a restraining order June 13.

Cody was originally accused of 2 counts of felony violating a restraining order after repeatedly contacting a person with a restraining order against him in an attempt to harass and intimidate her, according to his plea entry.

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One count was downgraded to a gross misdemeanor, while the other was dismissed.

Cody faces a two-year stay of imposition, supervised probation, and a $300 fine.