A traffic stop was conducted in the 2100 block of N. Central Ave. During the course of the stop a 20-year-old Athens man and 21-year-old Athens man were found to be obstructing the 20-year-old man’s identity. Charges are being requested through the Marathon County District Attorney.
On the above date and time a 49-year-old Marshfield man reported a possible harassment injunction violation. After an investigation, it was determined no violation took place. See taped report.
An 86-year-old Marshfield man noticed an arrow stuck into the tailgate of his UTV. The man stated it would have happened in the last couple days but did not have any idea of who would have done it. It appeared as the arrow would have been shot from a close distance in order to puncture the tailgate of the UTV. The man stated he has not seen anyone in his yard and does not believe any neighbors close by shoot a bow. Contact was made with multiple neighbors in the area which did not yield any possible suspects.
An 80-year-old Marshfield woman called requesting an officer in reference to a missing key. Officer made contact at the residence and the woman was showing obvious signs of memory recall issues, believing persons present that were not, and various other cognitive decline signs. Additionally the residence was rather cluttered and the woman would need assistance in cleaning. This report will be forwarded to Human Services for their review on rendering service. No further action.
On the above date and time, pursuant to a traffic stop, 12.8 grams of methamphetamine were located within a vehicle. Subsequently, a 29-year-old Curtiss female and a 40-year-old Owen male were transported to the Wood County Jail. Charges will be forwarded to the Wood County District Attorney’s Office. See taped report.
A 55-year-old Marshfield man reported his wallet was stolen while at the above address. A 53-year-old Spencer female admitted to the theft of the wallet and charges will be forwarded to the Wood County District Attorney’s Office.
A traffic stop was conducted. A K9 unit alerted to the presence of an illegal substance within the vehicle. The vehicle was searched. A substance that tested positive for THC and drug paraphernalia were found inside of the vehicle. Taped report to follow.
A 28-year-old Marshfield man reported he was a victim of a scam and was out $697. The man was persuaded by an unknown individual over social media to periodically send money for various excuses. The man used an app to send the money.
A traffic stop was initiated at the above location. Officers detected the odor of marijuana and the driver admitted to having marijuana in the vehicle earlier on in the day. During a search of the vehicle officers located 21.9 grams of methamphetamine, cocaine, marijuana, and various other items of drug paraphernalia. All three occupants within the vehicle were placed under arrest.
A 36-year-old Marshfield female and a 25-year-old Marshfield male reported that the listed vehicles, which they own were searched through. Both parties reported that they did not notice any missing items or damage. A neighborhood canvas was conducted, in which no other vehicles appeared to be disturbed.
A 53-year-old Marshfield woman called to report ongoing text and Facebook messenger contact from her ex-boyfriend’s 29-year-old daughter. The 29-year-old had previously told the complainant to stop communicating with her and her father. However, since then, the complainant has continued to receive messages and feels if she was asked to stop communicating then they should as well. Contact was made with the 29-year-old and she agreed to cease contact. Both parties warned if anything further occurred, a citation may be issued. No further action.
On the listed date and time a 24-year-old Marshfield woman contacted police and reported harassing messages from a 20-year-old Marshfield woman. The 24-year-old had sold the 20-year-old two garbage bags of clothing after the items were for sale on Facebook Marketplace. After payment was rendered for the clothing the 20-year-old took the clothing and later went through the items. The 20-year-old felt some of the items were not as described and was attempting to receive money back. Both parties were informed to discontinue direct or indirect contact and to pursue civil court for the matter of the items not being as described.
Complainant reported two juvenile Marshfield males caused a disturbance while inside Walmart. Complainant reported that the juveniles threw items and yelled profanities. The juveniles were later identified. A referral to Wood County Human Services was sent forward. Taped report to follow.
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