Recent Marshfield Police Department Reports – June/July 2022

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June 27 –

Victim reported he had property taken from a motel room he had rented. The victim said he had left the room for a few days and upon returning the motel management had removed all of his property from the room. They returned all of his property except an item that he wished to report as stolen. The victim said he questioned the motel management about the item and they told him the police had taken it while at the motel for an incident. A review of officer reports and in speaking with officers who were at the victim’s room it was found the officers did not take the item. Victim had no other suspects.

June 28 –

On 6-28-22, a 56 year-old Wisconsin Rapids man caused a disturbance at Marshfield City Hall. The male was upset over court paperwork he received and the amount of time it was taking for the city employee to retrieve it. The male was loud enough that other employees were coming out of their offices due to the yelling. The male was yelling and causing a disturbance for approximately 3 minutes. Contact was made with the male and warned for his behavior. The male returned the following day and demanded to speak with a supervisor. During this time employees stated they felt uncomfortable and intimidated by the male due to his repeated conduct. Contact was made with male and advised he was not allowed at City Hall due to his behavior he was previously warned about. The male stated he will be returning in order to get the name of an employee that gave him false information. I advised the male he could call for that info and would be arrested for trespassing if he returned.

June 29 –

Officers were dispatched to a report of a possible domestic disturbance. Following an investigation a 70 year-old Marshfield male was arrested for Domestic Battery. The male was also on probation and held on a probation hold. The male was transported to the Wood County Jail and the 72-hour no-contact provision was waived by the victim. A request for charges will be forwarded to the Wood County District Attorney’s Office.

July 1 – 

Complainant reported a man passed out at 2001 N Central with a bottle of liquor next to him. Officers responded and located the intoxicated man. Marshfield ambulance transported him to the MMC ER. A red sheet was left. The man indicated he was not suicidal and had no thoughts are harming himself. He was released upon medical clearance.

July 2 –

Complainant reported that her boyfriend, a 44 year-old Marshfield man, got into a physical argument with her. The male left the scene prior to police arrival. Police later spoke to the man via phone.

Complainant reported the he believes a truck hitch was taken out of his truck bed while parked at a local store.

Officers were dispatched to MMC ER after a patient struck and threatened healthcare workers. Officers made contact with the patient and attempted to calm the patient, but she continued to yell and use profane language. The woman had to be sedated and admitted to MMC. Charges are being requested through the Wood County DA.

July 4 –

Restraining order violation after a traffic stop on E Arnold. A 38 year-old male was arrested and transported to Wood County Jail.

A police auxiliary officer was on-duty when a 15 year-old Marshfield male lit off a firework right in front of his feet. Officer located the male and is being referred for disorderly conduct and cited for firework violation.

Officers were requested to perform a welfare check on an 82 year-old Marshfield male who entered an apartment without permission. Officers have responded to several related incidents in the past month in reference to the same male subject. The male’s 49 year-old daughter arrived on-scene and was arrested for operating while intoxicated. Wood County Human Services and Wood County Crisis Intervention were contacted and the male was left in the care of his 29 year-old granddaughter.

A man reported three to four juveniles had defaced an American flag yard decoration and threw it in the back of the complainant’s truck. Surveillance footage was provided.

July 5 –

Complainant reported that an unknown female was ringing her doorbell. Officers arrived on scene and contacted a 41-year-old Marshfield female. The female stated that the voices in her head told her to do it. The female admitted to using methamphetamine earlier in the day. Wood County Crisis Intervention and Probation and Parole after hours was contacted. The female was ultimately transported back to her residence.

Wood County Sheriffs Office asked for assistance from Marshfield PD in giving a 57 year-old female a ride back to her residence. The female did not know where she lived and was having a hard time talking. Ultimately officers learned she was living with a 34 year-old male. The female was dropped off at the residence. The male said he would monitor the female’s physical and mental health and would ask for assistance if he needed it.

A woman reported speaking to her ex-husband on the phone and was believed to be under the influence of intoxicants. Furthermore, the ex-husband had just picked up their child. A 56 year-old Marshfield male was subsequently arrested for OWi 1st offense with a passenger under 16 years old. Charges will be requested through the Wood County District Attorney’s Office.

Complainant reported being scammed out of $2500 after meeting an unknown persons on Whats App. The individual attempted to disguise themselves as an FBI agent to retrieve the money. They sent the monies via Cash App and Money Order which both were already cashed.

Officers were dispatched to a car alarm that had been going off for several hours. Management at nearby apartment complexes were contacted and were unaware of who the operator of the vehicle was. Contact was made with the Bureau of Indian Affairs and employees were unaware of which region the vehicle belonged to or who the operator of the vehicle was. Tenants at the listed address reported the vehicle had been parked in the parking lot for approximately five days. The vehicle was secure and no damage was observed. Contact was made with O’Donnell Locksmith and the vehicle was unlocked and battery disconnected. The vehicle was then secured and the Bureau of Indian Affairs was notified. A courtesy card was left with the vehicle. The General Services Administration later contacted Marshfield PD and advised they were able to identify the operator of the vehicle and confirm that the vehicle was theirs.

Two complainants reported an ongoing history of harassment involving a 31 year-old Marshfield male. The history of incidents was documented by the two females and included in this case. The females wanted these incidents documented and are currently in the process of proceeding with an Harassment Temporary Restraining Order against the male.

July 6 –

Complainant contacted police after her ex-boyfriend violated a no-contact bond restriction. Due to prior open cases regarding the male party, three counts of Misdemeanor Bail Jumping will be submitted to the Wood County DA.

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