Hearings postponed in accidental death case

BY CHUCK VANDENBERG
PCC EDITOR

FORT MADISON – A preliminary hearing for the man accused in the accidental death of a Muscatine woman in Lee County has been postponed pending information being filed with the North Lee County Court

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Damian Hamann, 28, of Morning Sun was originally schedule to appear Friday morning for a preliminary hearing following his arrest on charges of leaving the scene of a death accident, which is a class D felony in Iowa. Class D felonies carry a maximum five year prison sentence and $75,000 fine.

Hamann is charged with the crime in connection with an incident that resulted in the death of Sadie Alvarado, 20, of Muscatine. Alvarado’s body was discovered along a ditch southwest of West Point on the morning of Aug. 5. Hamann turned himself into the Lee County Sheriff’s office that same evening and was released the next day on a pretrial release.

On Wednesday, Hamann was charged with public consumption of alcohol-1st offense out of Louisa County, which violated his pretrial release conditions and District 8B Judge Tyron Rogers issued a warrant for Hamann with a $15,000 cash only bond.

Lee County Attorney Ross Braden said Hamann had not been taken into custody as of Friday.

 

 

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