Police Reports: Stolen Credit Card Used to Purchase Fuel

Marshfield Police Department Police Reports

  • 09.20.18: A Marshfield man reported his grey and white Specialized mountain bike was stolen from Mary’s Place at 2000 hours. There are no known suspects at this time.
  • 09.20.18: A Marshfield man reported squad 83 was vandalized. There is video footage of the incident.
  • 09.19.18: A Marshfield man reported his Roadster was stolen from a Roddis Avenue residence. There are no suspects.
  • 09.19.18: A 23 y/o Marshfield female was arrested at her residence for a valid Marshfield Police Department warrant. Female was booked at Marshfield Police Department and transported to Wood County Jail.
  • 09.18.18: An unknown male individual purchased $100 worth of Diesel fuel at an Illinois location using a Marshfield woman’s credit card number. Contact was made with the Illinois gas station for surveillance footage. Further investigation to follow.
  • 09.17.18: Complainant reported continued suspicious activity at the above location (S. Peach Avenue). Contact was made with the victim and it was reported that an unknown person at approximately 0100 hours the outside window was moved and voices could be heard. Victim said a light went on and the people left the area. Victim said there have been multiple incidents of people around the residence. Extra patrol is requested. No suspects at this time.
  • 09.17.18: A 19 y/o Marshfield female was arrested during a traffic stop for possession of THC, Drug Paraphernalia, Bail jumping (felony) and Resisting/Obstructing an Officer. Charges will be requested through Wood County District Attorney’s Office.
  • 09.14.18: Complainant reported that her 13 year old daughter received a text stating someone liked her Instagram, along with a link if you wanted to see who. Her daughter clicked on the link and since has lost access to her Instagram account.
  • 09.12.18: A man reported he believes his son’s cell phone was stolen from the Marshfield Library when he had left his phone unattended on a table. Video footage was reviewed and nothing suspicious noted.
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