Breakthrough Web Design - 515-897-1144 - Web sites for businesses
News & Entertainment for Mason City, Clear Lake & the North Iowa Region
Founded October 1, 2010

Iowa man pleads not guilty to felony crime after infant suffers injuries in Charles City


This news story was published on February 26, 2017.
Advertise on NIT Subscribe to NIT

CHARLES CITY – An Iowa man accused of hurting an infant in Charles City has been released from jail and will stand trial in April.

Nathan Jacobson, age 18 of Boone, Iowa, was in Charles City this fall caring for an infant just 2-months of age when the child suffered head injuries that may have been intentionally inflicted. As a result of the incident and an investigation, Jacobson was charged by Charles City police with felony child endangerment causing serious injury for the alleged October 17 crime.

Jacobson posted a cash bond and was released from the Floyd county jail in January. He entered a not-guilty plea and now awaits an April 11 jury trial and a pre-trial conference (possible plea deal) set for March 27.

JACOBSON, NATHAN DOUGLAS

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

 characters available

One Response to Iowa man pleads not guilty to felony crime after infant suffers injuries in Charles City

  1. Avatar

    Anonymous Reply Report comment

    February 27, 2017 at 9:37 pm

    This guy is a douch bag infant beater. He needs to go to jail!