Two charged with drug offenses in Wood County Court
By Hub City Times staff
WISCONSIN RAPIDS – On Nov. 19, Wisconsin Rapids police were dispatched to Shockwave Video, where a store employee turned over a bag of suspected drugs they had found on the store floor.
Surveillance video showed a group of four individuals in the area of the store where the bag was found. One woman, identified as Selina K. Fierro, 23, of Marshfield, was seen trying on clothing when the bagged items fell from her clothing to the floor.
Video further indicated that the item had not been handled after falling to the floor.
According to court records, Fierro’s identity was confirmed by one of the three other individuals shown on the store video.
The bag contents later tested positive for methamphetamine.
Fierro was out on bond through Taylor County Court for possession of a controlled substance and has a prior conviction for possession of a narcotic drug in Wood County Court.
She was charged in Wood County Court for possession of methamphetamine, a class I felony that comes with $10,000 in fines and/or three years and six months in jail, if convicted. Fiero also received a misdemeanor charge of bail jumping.
On Dec. 1, Marshfield officers were called to a South Spruce Avenue home for a domestic dispute.
There a female individual stated that a male at the residence had been using drugs and had some at the location.
According to the criminal complaint, the woman produced a tube that contained a white powder residue, which the male, identified as Schad M. Playman, 37, allegedly admitted was his.
The residue later tested positive for cocaine.
Playman was charged in Wood County Court with possession of cocaine, second offense and higher. The charge is also a class I felony.
According to court records, Playman has a previous conviction for delivery of THC in Columbia County Court.