Homeless woman accused of breaking into a Mason City synagogue
MASON CITY — A homeless woman from Mason City is accused of breaking into a house of worship over the weekend.
35-year-old Danyelle Goss is charged with criminal mischief and trespassing. Goss according to court documents admits to breaking into the Adas Israel Synagogue at about 3:20 on Sunday afternoon as she was looking for shelter from the weather. She is also accused of using a pair of scissors to break into the synagogue’s mailbox.
Goss is being held in the Cerro Gordo County Jail on $465 cash-only bond.