MASON CITY, Iowa – A man is being held in the Cerro Gordo County Jail on multiple charges stemming from different incidents.
Dylan Mennenga, 22, is being held on charges of felony forgery, possession of a controlled substance (third or subsequent offense), carrying weapons, escaping from custody and a probation violation.
On March 29, he is accused of unintentionally dropping baggies of methamphetamine out of his pocket while in the dining area of BeJe Clark.
On April 1, he is accused of escaping from a detention facility.
On May 20, he is accused of entering Casey’s General Store on 19th St. SW and attempting to use a $20 bill that said “copy” and had Russian writing on it, according to police.
When arrested Monday in the 600 block of S. Van Buren, police say Mennenga had a collapsible baton in his rear pocket.
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