Weekly Police Blotter
Wednesday, Oct. 21
Marshfield man’s property stolen during jail stay
A 50-year-old Marshfield man reported that while he was in Wood County Jail between Oct. 16 and Oct. 21 his roommate stole two of his jackets, his driver’s license, Social Security card, library card, Metallica CD, and 30 tablets of clonazepam.
Police contacted the roommate’s probation agent, who advised that he had fled the state. The roommate will be questioned once he is apprehended.
Bicycle stolen on Vine Avenue
A 32-year-old Marshfield woman reported that her son’s bicycle, which had been parked unsecured in the backyard of their residence on the 300 block of S. Vine Ave., was taken without permission some time between 12:30 and 7:15 a.m. The woman had no suspects.
The woman did contact her neighbor, who would have been the only one who may have seen something, but the neighbor did not witness anything. The bicycle was not licensed, and the woman could not provide much other information about the bicycle.
Identity theft reported
A 52-year-old Stratford woman came into the Marshfield Police department at 12:36 p.m. to report an identity theft. Someone claiming to be the woman emailed her bank requesting to be wired money. No money was transferred.
Thursday, Oct. 22
Baraboo woman cited for harassment, second offense
An officer was dispatched to the 100 block of S. Central Ave. at 12:57 p.m. regarding telephone harassment. The victim of harassment stated that this had been an ongoing issue for which the defendant, a 19-year-old Baraboo woman, had recently been cited.
The officer listened to an audio recording where the woman was making comments about the victim, the victim’s child, and money. After getting that message, the victim called police.
The officer verified that police had contacted the woman on Oct. 8, which resulted in a citation. The officer attempted telephone contact with the woman, but she did not answer and had not set up a voicemail box. The woman was issued a citation for unlawful phone use – harassment, second offense.
Friday, Oct. 23
Marshfield woman arrested on DOC warrant
Police received a report at 8:16 p.m. that a 24-year-old Marshfield woman was receiving death threats. Police contacted the woman, and she said that she was not receiving death threats but that her 19-year-old boyfriend was having problems with a 37-year-old Wisconsin Rapids man.
Police then contacted the 19-year-old, who stated that the 37-year-old was not happy with him because he thinks he is a “snitch,” and he did not like the recent criminal charges the 19-year-old had received. The 19-year-old did not wish for officers to contact the 37-year-old.
Police later arrested the woman because she had a valid Department of Corrections warrant and transported her to Wood County Jail.
Saturday, Oct. 24
Neighbors warned in dispute between adults
At 6:11 p.m. a 22-year-old Marshfield woman reported ongoing problems with two of her neighbors, a 58-year-old woman and 34-year-old woman. The 22-year-old stated the neighbors raised their middle fingers toward her children and that the neighbors stated they would call Social Services.
When contacted by police, the neighbors denied the 22-year-old’s allegations. They did state that the 22-year-old cursed at them and that her children were playing in the apartment complex’s parking lot.
All parties were warned to be more neighborly and to leave each other alone.
Sunday, Oct. 25
Twenty-eight-year-old arrested following disturbance
Police responded at 12:44 a.m. to report of a disturbance involving a 28-year-old woman on the 1000 block of S. Cherry Ave. Charges were referred to the Wood County district attorney’s office on the woman for battery-domestic, disorderly conduct, resisting an officer, and misdemeanor bail jumping. The woman was booked and transported to Wood County Jail.
Marshfield police assist Clark County Sheriff’s, Grand Rapids Police Departments
At 8:56 a.m. the Clark County Sheriff’s Department requested Marshfield police pick up a 61-year-old man on a violation of a 72-hour no-contact order. The man was reported to be at a hotel on the 1800 block of S. Central Ave.
Contact was made with the man, and he was taken into custody. He was then transported to Clark County Jail.
At 4:06 p.m. a member of the Grand Rapids Police Department requested an officer go to Saint Joseph’s Hospital for a legal blood draw on a 20-year-old man and to gain consent for an authorization for health information. Contact was made with the man, and he consented to a legal blood draw and consented and signed an authorization for health information.
Monday, Oct. 26
Marshfield man taken into custody on probation hold
Police took a 26-year-old Marshfield man into custody without incident on an active probation hold through Probation and Parole. The man was transported to the Marshfield Police Department, where he was booked, and then to Wood County Jail.
Tuesday, Oct. 27
Rug stolen from Central Avenue restaurant
An employee of a restaurant on the 1100 block of N. Central Ave. reported that an unknown male stole a rug that was left outside the restaurant’s front entrance some time between 2:50 and 3 a.m. on Oct. 26.
The restaurant did have security footage of the incident but was unable to make a copy of it at the time of the report. When the recording is available, police will attempt to identify the male.
Woman violates bond conditions
At 5:14 a.m. a 37-year-old Marshfield man reported receiving numerous Facebook messages from a 28-year-old woman in violation of a 72-hour domestic abuse no-contact provision and bond conditions.
The woman’s location was unknown, and contact could not be made. Bail jumping charges were requested through the Wood County DA’s office.
Station worker reports gas drive off
Police responded at 5:35 p.m. to a report of a gas drive off from a station on the 1300 block of S. Central Ave. A gas station worker reported the subject attempted to pay at the pump with a credit card, but the transaction was not completed. The person then pumped gas and left the area without coming into the store to pay for the gasoline.
The gas station worker reported the listed license, which was registered to a vehicle that matched the description provided. Officers attempted telephone contact with the vehicle owner, but no one picked up the phone. Officers will continue to attempt to contact the vehicle owner.