Police Reports: Car Stolen From Dealership and Property Theft

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March 9

A 57-year-old Marshfield resident reported approximately $3,800 worth of tools and household items were missing from the above residence. Harold believed a 24 year-old Marshfield male is responsible for most of the missing items. As a result of the investigation, the 24 year-old male admitted to the theft of several of the items. Charges for Theft will be forwarded to the Wood County District Attorney’s Office.

March 11

A person was driving a U-Haul cargo van through the drive up at a local bank. The top of the U-Haul struck the roof overhang of the bank causing damage to the wood trim of the building. Photos were taken of the damage.

Two complainants reported being harassed through Facebook Messenger by a male individual who they met through a social media platform. The harassment allegedly included comments to physically harm them; however, neither could provide any messages depicting such threats, Attempts were made to contact the male using a phone number the complainant’s had for him, but were unsuccessful. At this time the male’s exact identity and location are unknown.

March 12

It was reported that a child ran away from his home. Police made contact with the child. It was found that the child left the residence after the child had an argument with a baby sitter. Contact was made with the sitter and the child’s parents. The parents took the child back into custody. No further action taken.

A 41-year-old Marshfield woman reported she was assaulted by a 22 year-old Marshfield male who was still actively causing a disturbance by threatening her with a frying pan. After a brief standoff with officers the male was taken into custody and transported to the Marathon County Jail. Charges for battery, disorderly conduct, resisting, felony and misdemeanor bail jumping will be forwarded to the Marathon County District Attorney’s Office. Report to follow.

March 13

On the above date and time a 17-year-old Marshfield resident reported finding a mailbox laying in his front yard. Markings on the mailbox indicated it belonged to a Marshfield home. A 93-year-old male is the home owner of that address and lives in another city, therefore the house is vacant. An officer spoke to the male’s daughter and advised her of the damaged mailbox, which was taken back to the residence and left by the side door. No suspects at this time.

March 14

Wood County Dispatch received an anonymous complaint of the odor of marijuana coming from one of the apartments in Marshfield. Police investigated and detected the odor of raw marijuana coming from the apartment. Contact was made with the resident, a 21-year-old Marshfield female, who admitted that she was in possession of marijuana and turned it over to officers along with the paraphernalia it was contained in. Charges are being requested through the Wood County D.A.

March 15

An employee of a local car dealership called to report a vehicle stolen from their sales lot. The employee located a tool within a few feet from where the vehicle was last parked. The item was collected for evidence and the vehicle was entered into NCIC as stolen. No suspects at this time.

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