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Mason City man facing back-to-back trials

Joshua Teeter

Accused of crimes in Cerro Gordo and Worth counties.

Posted: Apr 18, 2018 1:36 PM

MASON CITY, Iowa – A man is now facing two trials in two different North Iowa counties.

Joshua Teeter, 20 of Mason City, has now pleaded not guilty in Cerro Gordo County to two counts of 1st degree theft of a motor vehicle, conspiracy to commit a non-forcible felony, two counts of 3rd degree burglary, and one count of 2nd degree theft.

He’s accused of breaking into a trailer on February 14 and stealing more than $3,500 worth of items, then working with two other men to steal two snowmobiles in Mason City on February 24. His trial is set to begin on May 22 in Mason City.

That’s one day before Teeter is also due to stand trial in Worth County on charges of 3rd degree burglary and conspiracy to commit a non-forcible felony. He’s accused of working with two other men in that case to steal a safe from a Worth County home.

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