SIBLEY—A 52-year-old Sibley man was arrested about 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 20, on charges of first-degree harassment, disorderly conduct — abusive epithets/threatening gesture and two counts of second-degree harassment and then further charged following his actions in jail.
The arrest of Edward Mahlon Gonshorowski Jr. stemmed from making “multiple degrading and insulting comments” to three people while in Sibley Super Foods, according to the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office.
He was transported to the county jail in Sibley, where he “made several comments on how he was going to kill the officer” who was attempting to remove his handcuffs in his cell.
Gonshorowski then urinated on his cell door. The urine on the floor leaked under the cell door into the hallway, resulting in a jailer stepping in it and slipping.
He then was charged with assault on persons in certain occupations and assault by an inmate with bodily fluids or secretions for those two incidents, according to court documents.