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MASON CITY - A Mason City woman has been arrested for failing to appear at her disorderly conduct trial, where she is accused of making too much noise at the Historic Park Inn.

Danyelle Allred Goss, 34, is charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct -- loud or raucous noise stemming from a March 1 incident at 15 W. State St.

Goss allegedly made “loud and raucous noise” in the the Historic Park Inn hotel about 4:33 a.m., according to Mason City police.  

Court documents said Goss was yelling and hitting doors, causing “unreasonable distress" to hotel guests. 

Goss was arrested March 1 and was released on her own recognizance following her initial court appearance. She pleaded not guilty to the charge, and was scheduled to appear for her non-jury trial March 22. 

A warrant was issued for her arrest was issued after she failed to appear in court March 22. Goss was arrested by Mason City police on Monday. 

According to court documents filed Monday, Goss “maintains that no authority exists to hold her in jail because the other judge released her” on her own recognizance. She is being held in the Cerro Gordo County Jail on a $500 bond. 

A new trial has been scheduled for April 19 in Cerro Gordo County District Court.

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Contact Courtney at 641-421-0534 or on Twitter @CourtneyFiorini.

 

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