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Mike Pieper

The Iowa Court of Appeals has reversed the 2016 conviction of Michael Pieper. He was accused of misconduct in office while serving on the Green Bay Levee and Drainage District Board of Trustees.

It took a jury about three hours to return a guilty verdict against Mike Pieper following a week-long trial in North Lee County District Court. Pieper was charged with felonious misconduct in office during his time as chairman of the Green Bay Levee and Drainage District.

Lee County Sheriff's Office

A judge has dropped one of the two felony charges filed against the head of the Green Bay Levee and Drainage District in southeast Iowa. District Court Judge Cynthia Danielson said this month that the statute of limitations had expired on the charge of Theft in the First Degree against Mike Pieper.

Lee County Jail

The former head of the Green Bay Levee and Drainage District in southeast Iowa stands accused of falsifying public records for personal gain. Mike Pieper has been charged with one count of 1st Degree Theft and one count of Felonious Misconduct in Office.