Law Enforcement Center
(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - An Aurora man is being accused of making death threats to a police officer’s son.
The evidence was posted on 19-year-old Shane Mosier’s own Facebook page. He was arrested and charged with Intimidation on May 26.
According to court documents, Mosier posted on his Facebook page that he was going to do a drive by shooting on two other teens, one of who is the son of a Lawrenceburg Police officer.
The first threat appeared on Mosier’s profile on May 25.
“My ***** needa come back to lbg we about to smash some punk *** kids talkin ***. Real talk on my son i am putting someone on a stretcher i will stab shoot or beat the **** outta you with a baseball bat. come get some tough kids. im always in town stop me or say something. I swear on my life ill kill someone keep ****** wit me. im begging these skep *** ****** to,” he posted.
A person who witnessed the several posts notified Lawrenceburg Police. Investigators took the threats of using pistols and an AK-47 assault rifle seriously.
Investigators also found a conversation Mosier had with a Facebook friend about supplying the weapons.
“Get ready its war. Bring a few fam ppl wit you,” Mosier told the friend.
Mosier continued to post messages on his profile. One was even made as he was being questioned by police.
“Well im sitting at the lawrenceburg police department rite now. Just got arrested and talked to a detective. He let me use my phone if you wanted to know how im on facebook. Looks like im going back to jail tho. Write me ppl,” Mosier wrote.
This has not been Mosier’s first encounter with the law. At the time of the Facebook threats, he was out of jail on bond for allegedly trying to steal from a scrap yard in Ripley County last March.
Police also charged Mosier with Invasion of Privacy for violating a no contact order with the mother of his child and the child itself. Mosier admitted to meeting the two at a Greendale park on May 25.
Mosier is held at the Dearborn County Law Enforcement Center on $15,000 cash and $75,000 surety bond.