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Brainerd, MN (KROC AM News) - A central Minnesota man accused of pretending to be a police officer when he forced his way into a cabin and sexually assaulted a woman has been given a stayed prison sentence. 

29-year-old Mason Headlee of Brainerd pleaded guilty to burglary and criminal sexual conduct charges connected to the incident that was reported last October. Headlee has been sentenced to 153 months in prison for the criminal sexual conduct conviction. He was given a 39-month sentence for the burglary charge. The sentences were stayed for 10 years and Headlee will be on probation during that time.

According to the criminal complaint, the woman was at a residence in Pequot Lakes when two men appeared at the door and identified themselves as officers. They kicked open the door and after threatening the woman several times, one of the men sexually assaulted her.

The other man who was with Headlee was also charged and he is scheduled to enter a plea next month.

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