Police Reports: Stolen Vehicles, Hit-and-Run, Retail Theft

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Jan. 11

An officer received four separate retail theft complaints from a loss prevention worker at Walmart on four consecutive days. Each complaint shows the same suspect committing the crime, follow up to continue.

Jan. 13

A 23-year-old Marshfield woman called stating her vehicle was stolen from the driveway sometime on the night of Jan. 13. She stated the keys were inside of the vehicle and that it was unlocked. She only had one possible suspect. The area was checked where the 24-year-old male resides. The stolen vehicle form was filled out and entered into NCIC. No further information at this time.

Jan. 14

A vehicle fled at a high rate of speed after police attempted to stop it for not having any license plates attached to the vehicle. The pursuit continued into Clark County and was discontinued on Hwy 10 near County Hwy V.

A 34-year-old Marshfield man reported that someone took his vehicle from the parking lot of his apartment complex. Investigation to continue.

Jan. 15

A victim reported that her 34-year-old husband used an open hand and hit her during an argument. The male admitted to using an open hand and striking the victim. The male was taken into custody and transported to Wood County Jail as bond was not able to be posted. Charges for disorderly conduct domestic related will be sent to the Wood CTY DA office.

Jan. 16

The Rome Police Department requested a Marshfield officer’s assistance in obtaining a legal blood draw from a 34-year-old Ellsworth female. Blood draw was obtained and later mailed out via USPS.

An 81-year-old Marshfield man reported his mailbox was struck by an unknown vehicle. A witness reported seeing a silver Monte Carlo strike the mailbox and drive away. An area search was conducted for the vehicle however it was unable to be located. The passenger side mirror of the vehicle became detached from the housing and was left at the scene.

A 42-year-old Marshfield female reported that her daughter, a 12 year-old Marshfield female had a dispute with her family members at the above residence that escalated to the point of causing other family members emotional distress. The complainant requested law enforcement make contact with her daughter and family to try to calm the emotions down, as the altercation was not currently active.

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