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Cisneros set to stand trial for murder on October 22nd

MASON CITY – Michael Jason Cisneros, 37, will stand trial in October on a first degree murder charge brought last month by Mason City police invlolving the 1994 death of a child.

Records show that Cisneros’ trial is set for October 22nd, following a pre-trial conference that is set for October 8th. He has plead not guilty in the alleged murder of John Joseph Snyder Jr. who was just 20 months old when he died. 0n July 21, 1994 at approximately 9:56 am John Joseph Snyder Junior was found in Willow Creek just east of the Pennsylvania Avenue bridge in Mason City.

The case had gone cold in the years following until a DNA sample submitted by Michael Cisneros and the profile taken from the evidence submitted in December 2nd, 2002 – namely John Snyder Junior’s pajama bottoms – came back a match.   The first degree murder charge was filed against Cisneros in July.

Police held a press conference on July 15th to explain developments in the case.

Cisneros is currently in custody at Cerro Gordo County jail, held on $500,000 cash bond.

Most recent jail photo of Michael Jason Cisneros, 38.  Cisneros is already in custoday and headed to Mason City, presumably to later stand trial in this case.
Most recent jail photo of Michael Jason Cisneros, 38. Cisneros is already in custoday and headed to Mason City, presumably to later stand trial in this case.
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