From: St. Cloud Times
St. Cloud State University hockey player Tony Mosey is facing a felony charge in Stearns County District Court after being accused of walking on a parked car, caving in its roof.
Mosey, 22, is charged with felony damage to property because the damage to the vehicle reduced its value by more than $1,000. Mosey made his first court appearance on the charge Monday. A court complaint charging Mosey accuses him of causing about $3,500 damage to a 1997 Buick LeSabre that had its "entire roof caved in."
That complaint indicates that the damage happened in the early hours of Sept. 20 in the 300 block of Fourth Avenue South. A man who had been on an apartment balcony in that area saw three men walking from the downtown area at about 1:25 a.m., according to court records. The witness told police that only one of the men walked onto the Buick.
The witness then saw the same man walk over to a second vehicle. Although his vision from the balcony was partially blocked, the witness told police that the same man likely walked onto and over the second vehicle, a Toyota Camry. Police found a footprint on the dusty roof of the Camry, according to the complaint, and located the three men that the witness reported seeing.
The three men showed police the bottoms of their shoes, and the print on the Camry's roof matched the sole pattern of Mosey's shoes, according to the criminal complaint.
Mosey is scheduled to be back in court Jan. 7 for his next hearing on the charge.
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
(above) Live video of Tony Mosey's trial in St. Cloud
(left) St. Cloud State hockey player Tony Mosey, "The Stop Sign Bandit," was nabbed by police back in September
The last time we checked in on the Stop Sign Bandit, Tony Mosey, he was charged with a felony for removing a stop sign in St. Cloud, Minnesota. Now it turns out that prior to being arrested that night he was trampling the roofs of parked cars. Luckily, CSI-St. Cloud was able to crack the case wide open thanks to a shoe print left at the scene of the crime.