MASON CITY – A Mason City man’s anger seems to have been percolating this month to the point where police claim he exploded in a fit of rage and attacked a person and assaulted a police officer.
In July, Mason City’s own Aaron Miller, a 31-year-old man who works at Winnebago, proclaimed via social media that “I feel like a piece of *hit woke up this morning findn out I just lost the girl I was falling in love with.. my fault this (sic)”.
The very next month, he pled guilty to second offense domestic assault, apparently as his anger and frustration with his relationship became too much for him to bear. He spent 7 days in jail.
That same month, he pled guilty to third degree criminal mischief and spent another 10 days in jail and was placed on probation for 2 years.
Miller also pled guilty to violating a no-contact order for a second time and got another 7 days in jail. The first violation was in June, and he spent 7 days in jail for that offense.
In his latest rage-filed adventure, Mason City police were called to deal with a disturbance early this morning, September 27. Police attempted to arrest Miller for a felony domestic assault incident, but he resisted officers and caused injury.
Miller was arrested and charged with felony domestic assault, interference with official acts, assault on a peace officer and violation of a no-contact order. He was jailed, and now held without bond until he sees a judge.