Deputies searching for Barron Co. inmate who walked away from work site

Courtesy: Barron County Sheriff's Department
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BARRON, Wis. (BARRON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT NEWS RELEASE) -- On August 6, 2014, Huber-privileged inmate, 27 year old, Nicholas K Mosay failed to return to the Barron County Jail from his employment. Mosay left his employer late in the evening on August 6th and should have reported back to the Barron County Jail just before midnight.

Mosay was sentenced in the Barron County Circuit Court to a total of 300 days in jail on June 13, 2014 after he was found guilty of three misdemeanor charges which are; take or drive vehicle without consent, resisting or obstructing an officer and bail jumping.

Reports have been filed with the Barron County District Attorney’s Officer requesting that Mosay be charged with escape for failing to return to the jail. Mosay is also wanted for a probation violation with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections for failing to return to the jail.

If anyone knows the whereabouts of Nicholas Mosay, you are encouraged to call their local law enforcement agency or the Barron County Sheriff’s Department at (715) 537-3106.

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