Police Reports: Multiple Incidents at Area Convenience Stores

MARSHFIELD, WI (OnFocus) – January 16

A store owner reported capturing security camera images of a juvenile male and female located in her store in the Marshfield Mall after hours. The woman stated it did not appear that the two were interested in stealing or damaging anything, but she was mainly concerned that they were in the mall after hours. Police are attempting to identify the individuals so they can be talked to about being in the mall after hours.

A 39-year-old Marshfield woman reported a physical disturbance between her and her boyfriend, a 46-year-old male. Officers separated both parties and ultimately the male was arrested for Disorderly Conduct – Domestic Abuse. The male was transported to Marshfield Medical Center for medical clearance. Charges will be requested through Wood County District Attorney’s Office for Disorderly Conduct – Domestic Abuse.

January 17

A 26-year-old Marshfield convenience store employee reported a white vehicle parked behind The Store all day and a person sleeping in the vehicle. The employee stated he wanted officers to check on the vehicle and wanted it to leave. Contact was made with the vehicle and a 40-year-old Cornell male. The male appeared to be intoxicated and had conditions of bond to not consume or possess alcohol. The male resisted officers when attempts were made to have the male exit the vehicle. SFST performed poorly and a legal blood draw was conducted after a warrant was obtained. Charges are being requested through the Marathon County District Attorney’s Office.

Kwik Trip reported a female failed to pay for multiple items and told staff that she was stealing the items. The female then continued to yell as she exited the store causing a disturbance. Phone contact was made with the female the next day and further concerns for the child’s welfare arose. I will be requesting charges for Disorderly Conduct, Misdemeanor Bail Jumping, and Retail Theft.

January 18

A 94-year-old Marshfield man reported his vehicle was struck while parked unattended at the above location. The man stated he did not go outside to exchange information with the involved party. Law Enforcement was not contacted to respond to the scene. The man provided an officer a phone number and last name but after some investigation the information was not accurate. The man stated he needed a report completed because the estimate for damages was over $1000. The vehicle was already at the body shop so no pictures were taken.

A 65-year-old Marshfield man reported that multiple items were stolen from the area in front of the maintenance garage on the northwest side of the building.

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