A high speed chase late Thursday night resulted in the vehicle crashing. This chase marks the latest in a series of high speed chases in Central Wisconsin. In April alone, local law enforcement have successfully navigated three high-speed chase scenarios.
April High-Speed Chases
April 1, 2020: At approximately 7:21 pm, Marshfield Police Department attempted a drug interdiction traffic stop on a vehicle at 8th and E Veterans Parkway (STH 13) on a suspect from a previous methamphetamine delivery earlier this year. Upon approach by officers, the vehicle sped off westbound, performing a U-turn at Palmetto and E Veterans and continued eastbound on E Veterans Pkwy at a high rate of speed in an attempt to elude officers. The pursuit ended when the suspect’s vehicle, which sustained considerable damage to the left front tire, became disabled. Pursuit distance totaled approximately 34 miles. Officers later released Dash Cam Footage of the incident.
April 7, 2020: Shortly before 9 am, law enforcement were dispatched to the Township of Cleveland for a reported stabbing. Prior to the officers arriving, the suspect fled in a vehicle taken from the residence. Moments later, Marshfield Police Department was dispatched to the scene of a two-vehicle collision at Galvin and 4th Street. The suspect’s vehicle was at the scene of the crash, but the suspect had abandoned his vehicle and taken off on foot. While tracking the suspect, officers received report that a suspect had stolen a Pontiac Grand Prix from a parking lot in the area. At approximately 10:20, an officer from the Spencer Police Department observed a vehicle matching the description of the vehicle stolen from the business parking lot in Marshfield. The vehicle was traveling northbound on S. LaSalle near the intersection of Buse Street. The officer of the Spencer Police Department attempted a traffic stop with the suspected vehicle, pursuit followed. The pursuit reached 85 MPH while traveling southbound on Hwy 13 towards Marshfield. The pursuit ended at approximately 10:32 am in Marshfield. The suspect, Brandon Noll of Stratford, is now in custody. Noll’s bond was set at $5 million.
April 23, 2020: Marshfield Police attempted a traffic stop in the 2000 block of S. Central Ave. Five Marshfield officers responded to the call. The three occupants, an 18-year-old Marshfield Male, and two passengers fled the stop, which resulted in a high-speed pursuit. During the pursuit, speeds reached 105 mph and multiple traffic violations were observed. The vehicle eventually crashed and the driver was taken into custody.