Man sentenced for printing lewd stickers
MANTORVILLE, Minn. - A Byron man, who distributed sexually vulgar stickers featuring his ex-girlfriend's name, phone number and address, has been sentenced to four months in jail after pleading guilty to a felony harassment charge.
Thomas Carl Tiedeman, 62, who appeared in Dodge County District Court on March 21, was also ordered to serve five years on probation, perform 32 hours of community service and pay a $100 fine.
The stickers included a photo of a woman, along with the phrase "call me now for the best," according to the criminal complaint.
The Kasson Police Department received reports in September that someone was placing the stickers on vehicles and buildings in Kasson.
On Sept. 28, Kasson police searched Tiedeman's home and found the photo used on the stickers. Tiedeman admitted to police that he had printed about 20 stickers and placed them on vehicles.
Re: Man sentenced for printing lewd stickers
Wow haven't heard about that before, I'm surprised, my parents just moved to Kasson about 5 months ago.