Police Reports: Police Chase and Welfare Checks

Police Reports

April 2

A 65-year-old Marshfield female reported the above listed vehicle was parked in the driveway at the above listed location. During the overnight hours, the passenger side window was shattered and the passenger side door had a small dent consistent with being shot by a BB Gun. Clark Co Sherriff’s Office along with Stratford PD were investigating similar events in their jurisdictions. Officers and deputies were able to identify an 18-year-old Marshfield male responsible for the damage. That male was interviewed and confessed to his involvement. Citation and a request for charges via Wood Co DA Office were issued.

A victim reported that three gold rings are no longer in his possession upon being checked out of the hospital. In speaking with staff and the victim it was found that the three rings were placed in a Styrofoam cup and a tissue was placed on top of the rings inside the cup the night before. No one specifically remembers throwing away or moving the cup but at the time of discharge the cup or the rings could not be located. There are no suspects; the cup may have mistakenly been thrown in the garbage. Photographs of rings still in possession of the male were taken which are similar to the one that was missing.

April 3

A 64-year-old Marshfield woman reported that a 73-year-old male had fallen and was not able to get up at the above address. Officers went to the address and found a 73-year-old Marshfield male had fallen along side his bed and wall and was not able to move. Marshfield EMS assisted and transported the male as he was in a compromised position for multiple hours, weak and unable to stand without assistance. Further review of the residence showed that it was in disarray and extremely dirty. Although it appeared attempts have been made to clean the living conditions, they are still concerning due to his failing health and mobility. This report should be forwarded to APS for additional follow up and further assistance with the male.

A complainant reported that a male later identified as a 33-year-old Marshfield male was laying on the ground. The male was sitting on an officer’s arrival and responded to questions with the answer of vulgar words. At one point the male pulled his pants down and showed the officer his buttocks. A responsible person was able to be called and responded to the area. The male would not remove himself from the road. After a short time the male then ran towards the officer and complied with being taken into custody for safe transport and was released upon arrival at the Marshfield Police Department. The male was turned over to a responsible adult at the Marshfield Police Department.

A traffic stop was conducted at the above location. After the vehicle was stopped, a pursuit ensued and was later terminated. The operator of the vehicle was identified as a 42 year-old Fall Creek male. A request for charges for fleeing/eluding are being forwarded to the Wood County District Attorney’s Office.

A 47-year-old Marshfield male reported that he was involved in a physical disturbance with his ex-girlfriend, a 55-year-old Marshfield female. The female 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 and Disorderly Conduct.

April 4

On the above date and time, a 49-year-old Marshfield male reported a male walking in the area of Maple and Blodgett with bloody arms. Upon making contact with this individual who refused to identify himself, the male said he cut his arm after accidentally running into a mirror at his apartment. The 49-year-old said he first observed the male near the Kwik Trip car wash in the 100 block N. Maple Ave. Officers searched this surrounding area but did not locate any other evidence to prove otherwise. The male showed officers the laceration to his right, lower arm. The male was already walking to the hospital and refused any other medical attention. No further information at this time.

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