Police Reports: Mailboxes Damaged by Smashing Pumpkins

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MARSHFIELD, WI (OnFocus) – October 11

A local gas station employee reported that an unknown female filled her vehicle with gasoline and failed to pay. The employee was unsure if the female had tried to pay at the pump. The video footage did not show the vehicles license plates, but they believed the license plates may have been AFB-133 or AFP-133. These plates do not come back on file. The suspect vehicle was possibly a blue Toyota Camry.

October 12

A 67-year-old Marshfield man reported finding the catalytic converter had been removed from his vehicle without his permission. It appears the section of exhaust had been cut using a cutting tool on each end of the missing converter. Photographs were obtained. The vehicle had been stored outside for some time. It is unsure when the theft occurred exactly. It does not appear any other vehicles on the property were affected. No further involvement.

October 15

A 51-year-old Marshfield man called stating his ex-girlfriend possibly had one of his checks and refused to give it back to him. I made contact with the woman who stated she did not have his check and that he had been texting her and showed up at her workplace. The woman stated the man has an open case and he is to not have contact with her via phone or workplace. Charges are being requested through the Wood County DA office.

A 45-year-old Marshfield woman reported that her 36-year-old ex-boyfriend had been in a verbal altercation with her and she wished to speak with officers about the incident.

October 16

A 38-year-old Marshfield woman reported her bicycle was taken from her garage by an unknown person. She stated the garage doors were left open but her bicycle was secured with a cable lock which was around a wood beam. She stated the cable would have needed to be cut. The cable was not at the scene. The bicycle was entered into NCIC. A neighborhood canvas was conducted which produced no information.

A 34-year-old Marshfield man reported to me that he received a letter from Verizon that an unknown person used his personal information to open an account. He is not out any monies and responded to Verizon after receiving the letter. The man requested a report be completed and placed on file.

A 45-year-old Marshfield woman reported a vehicle drove westbound on East 25th Street that was throwing pumpkins at mailboxes. There were two mailboxes that were damaged as a result. They were the mailboxes belonging to 601 and 611 E. 25th St. The only vehicle description that the woman could provide was that it had tail lights.

October 17

Officers were requested to perform a welfare check on a male subject in the 1400 block of E. 4th street. Officers believed that the male was a suspect for a domestic disturbance that the Wood County Sheriffs Department was investigating. An owner of a residence in the 1800 block of E. 4th Street gave officers permission to enter their garage to check for the suspect. Officers opened the service door to the garage and gave commands for the suspect to exit the garage. The suspect complied and was taken into custody. He was turned over to the Wood County Sheriff’s Department.

A 41-Year-old Marshfield female reported that she was involved in a physical disturbance with her boyfriend, a 35-year-old Marshfield male. Contact was made with the male in the 1200 block of N. Saint Joseph Avenue, where he was arrested and later transported to Wood County Jail. Charges are being requested through the Wood County District Attorney’s Office for domestic abuse related battery, strangulation and suffocation, and bail jumping.

October 21

A 48-year-old Marshfield man reported that his front license plate went missing between the above listed dates and times. It is unknown if someone took it or it fell off. Contact was made with a neighbor who has a camera facing the man’s residence. The neighbor agreed to review his video footage and would contact us if he sees anything suspicious. The man was advised to cancel his plates.

A complainant reported that an ex-boyfriend of hers was harassing her. The complainant showed an officer multiple messages that she did not answer and numerous private calls that she suspects were from the ex-boyfriend after she blocked his number. Clark County was asked to make contact with the ex-boyfriend and warn him for his harassing behavior. If contact should continue law enforcement action may be taken. Contact has not been made with the man at this time.

A 60-year-old Marshfield woman called stating that a 35-year-old complainant and her boyfriend, a 60-year-old Marshfield male, were in a verbal argument. Officers arrived on scene and concluded a physical domestic altercation happened on 10/20/2021. The 60-year-old male was arrested and transported to Wood County Jail. Charges are being requested through the Wood County DAs office.

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