MASON CITY – A Mason City man turned himself in to the jail Monday after a warrant was issued for his arrest.
Nick Alan Moser, age 21, is serving 2 years of probation for eluding police on March 24, 2014, when Mason City police received a call from a citizen about a reckless driver. The caller gave specific information about the vehicle and location. Officers located the vehicle and tried to pull the car over. The driver – Moser – failed to pull over and drove for several blocks before stopping at a residence in the 1300 block of 2nd Street NW. He later pled guilty. He was supposed to stand trial on Monday, October 6 on a charge of interference with official acts in that case, as well.
Since that plea, Moser has been in trouble at least twice. On the early morning of July 24, 2014, Moser was in downtown Mason City during the Ragbrai festivities, intoxicated, and police attempted to arrest him, but was not cooperative. Police got Moser under control and placed him under arrest with charges of interference with official acts and public intoxication. He pled guilty to both charges that same day and was assessed fines and fees totaling $727.50. Also on July 24th, Moser was found guilty in Bremer county of speeding.
Late on the evening of September 16 at about 11:48 PM, Mason City police responded to the area of 10 1st Street NW, in a parking lot west of city hall, for a disturbance call. Moser had arrived there in a vehicle, exited and approached a female who was near several witnesses. Moser is accused of threatening the female that he was going to retrieve a gun from his car and shoot her. Moser was arrested and charged with harassment. He is awaiting an October 10 court date in that case.
Moser turned himself in to the Cerro Gordo County Jail Monday after 5:00 PM on the arrest warrant, which was issued October 2. He awaits an October 29 probation renovation hearing.