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Man charged with spreading HIV

By |2003-02-27T09:00:00-05:00February 27th, 2003|Uncategorized|

NORTH LIBERTY, Iowa – A second man has been charged with criminal transmission of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
Adam Donald Musser, 22, of Iowa City, became the second person in Johnson County to be charged with knowingly transmitting the virus, a felony.
He was arrested Friday and is being held in the Johnson County Jail without bond. He faces up to 25 years in prison.
Musser allegedly had “intimate contact” with an individual twice in April, according North Liberty police. At a later date, friends of Musser told the individual that Musser was HIV Musser allegedly admitted he had HIV when he was arrested, court records say.
In July 2001, Aaron Dahlberg, 25, of Minnesota, became the first person charged in Johnson County with knowingly transmitting HIV.

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