Police Reports: Drugs, Vandalism, Social Media Scams


Jan. 15

A 44-year-old Marshfield woman reported that her daughter’s vehicle was covered in shaving creme and eggs while it was parked overnight in the garage. Upon observing the vehicle there appeared to be multiple dents on the roof of the vehicle where raw eggs where smashed. Shoe impressions were located on the side of the garage in the fresh snow which were photographed. Investigation to continue.

Jan. 20

A 59-year-old Marshfield woman contacted police and reported a car from her residence was being stolen. Marshfield officers responded and it was reported the suspects left in the listed vehicle, not the one they were attempting to steal, and were now sitting across the street. Officers arrived and began speaking to the involved parties about the incident reported. While speaking with the involved parties an exterior vehicle sniff was completed by K9 Steffi. Steffi indicated to the odor controlled substance emitting from the vehicle. Charges for Possession of THC and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia will be requested through the Wood County DA’s Office against a 26-year-old Marshfield woman. It was determined the stolen vehicle report was a civil issue.

Jan. 21

A 26-year-old Marshfield woman contacted police to report a suspicious male around her residence. The male was located a block away and confirmed to have a felony Marshfield warrant and a felony probation warrant. The male was later transported to Wood County Jail. A request for charges will be submitted for obstructing.

A 33-year-old Marshfield male was arrested for bail jumping. The male was transported to the Wood County Jail. Charges for felony and misdemeanor bail jumping will be requested through the Wood County DA’s Office.

Jan. 25

An employee reported the a trailer had been missing from a local business. The last time the trailer was last recalled to be on the property was last Halloween. At this time there are no suspect. The trailer was listed as stolen.

A 68-year-old Marshfield man reported he found two mountain bikes at his residence that do not belong to him. He stated he has allowed a 38-year-old male to stay at the residence and believes he stole them. The 38-year-old male vacated the residence prior to officers arrival and his whereabouts are unknown. The bikes were recovered and placed into impound.

Jan. 26

A Human Resources worker at Roehl Transport, reported an ex-employee, a 59-year-old Brownstown, IN male made threats to transport and deliver a truck load of explosives to the company. Jackson County Sheriffs Department (IN) was able to make contact with the male. Report to follow.

Complainants reported that while doing maintenance they heard a disturbance occur within a home. It was reported that a 24-year-old Marshfield man was yelling at his wife and child. Complainants later called police. Contact was made with the Marshfield man at his home. Wood County Human services was contacted.

Officers made contact with a 40-year-old male and 29-year-old female at the listed location. The male was taken into custody on outstanding warrants and later transported to Wood County Jail. A search located controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. Charges were referred to the Wood County District Attorney’s Office.

On the listed date and time a 48-year-old Marshfield man came to the Marshfield Police Department and reported being involved in a hit and run in the approximate area. The man stated he was going around another vehicle that was parked on the side of the road and a vehicle traveling the opposite direction sideswiped him. The man was unable to obtain a license plate but stated the other vehicle was a maroon hatchback and the operator was wearing yellow glasses. The other vehicle would have damage to the driver’s side.

A 41-year-old woman and 16-year-old male reported that an unknown individual befriended the male on a social media app and “deposited” $2,000 into the male’s empty checking account. The unknown individual requested the male refund them the $2,000 via numerous payment apps. The male attempted to refund the money to the individual but the $2,000 deposit was still pending. The male was informed that it is likely the $2,000 deposit will bounce and will not show up in his account as this is a common financial scam. It is unknown at this time if the money the male attempted to refund the individual went through, therefore the woman will contact their bank during business hours to try to stop the potential transaction(s) and close the checking account. See report for further details.

A Marshfield Police Officer conducted a traffic stop for speeding. Upon further investigation, the occupants inside the vehicle appeared to be under the influence of an unknown substance. K9 Steffi arrived on scene and at this time, a 15-year-old female admitted to being in possession of marijuana. A citation for possession of THC was issued. The juvenile’s parents were notified.

Jan. 27

A 34-year-old Marshfield man was taken into custody at a local business after he was observed by loss prevention to conceal an item on his person. The man went past the point of sale, caused a disturbance in the entrance when staff attempted to speak with him, and pushed staff several times as he left. The man was arrested outside the store and had resisted an officer. After booking he was medically cleared and then transported to Marathon County jail. Charges will be referred to Marathon District Attorney’s office for Bail jumping-Misdemeanor and Felony, along with Retail theft, resisting an officer and Disorderly Conduct. The man will also be issued citation for Trespassing.

A traffic stop was conducted at the above location. As a result, an 18-year-old Marshfield male was taken into custody for possession with intent to deliver THC as well as possession with intent to deliver psilocybin/mushrooms. A request for charges will be sent to the Wood County District Attorney’s Office. The male was released after booking procedures were completed.

Jan. 28

A probation officer advised he is receiving repeated text messages from a person who has identified themselves differently three times while providing information that is not actionable about a 24-yea-old Marshfield client of his. He requested an officer speak with the person to clarify realistic expectations and appropriate reasons for contact. A Marshfield police officer spoke with a 25-year-old Marshfield woman one time, but she has not answered during repeated attempts to call back and clarify expectations.

A complainant called stating two 18-year-old men had walked out of the Second Street Community Center with a lock box with donations inside of it. She stated her and another employee chased after the two men where they dropped the box outside near the alley way causing it to break into multiple pieces and the money to fall out. Contact was made with 23-year-old Marshfield female who was a witness to this and was able to provide law enforcement with further details and information.

A 63-year-old woman reported she was physically assaulted by her sister, a 55-year-old Arden Hills female. The 55-year-old female left the scene prior to officers arrival but was located and a traffic stop was conducted. A request for charges is being forwarded to the Wood County District Attorney’s Office for domestic related battery and criminal damage to property. The female was also cited for OWI 1st offense and released to a responsible party after bond was posted.

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