Weekly Police Blotter: Aug. 21-27, 2018
Missing and stolen
An employee of a Marshfield hardware store called to report that a 50-year-old Marshfield woman had rented bolt cutters on July 3 and was to return them the following day but still hadn’t. Police were able to locate the woman who is currently incarcerated. The woman said the bolt cutters were in her vehicle but that someone had stolen several items from her car including the bolt cutters.
Officer “H” to the rescue
At 11:13 a.m., a 45-year-old woman was pulled over by a Marshfield Police Officer. Officer “H” indicated to a controlled substance in the woman’s vehicle. The woman was placed in custody for Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Felony Bail Jumping. The woman also had her young daughter in the vehicle at the time; the child was placed in the custody of her father.
Girl bit by dog
At 11:53 p.m., an 11-year-old Hewitt girl had been bitten in the face by a dog while visiting at a friend’s house. The girl did receive injuries to her face as a result of the bite. The dog’s owner did confirm that the dog was up-to-date on vaccinations. The dog’s owner was advised to take the dog to a veterinarian for a checkup following this incident.
Cars being checked out
At 2:30 a.m., a 64-year old Marshfield man and a 19-year-old woman reported that they had seen four individuals in dark hoodies looking into vehicles in an apartment complex parking lot. The man stated they had gone through his unlocked car, but he reported that nothing was missing. Police did a search in the area, including using thermal imaging, and found no results.
Man looking for a fight
At 10:39 a.m., a 53-year-old Marshfield woman called to report a disturbance at her residence. She reported that her roommate was trying to fight with everyone and refused to leave the residence. Police arrived and found the roommate intoxicated. The man was currently out on bond and was taken to the Wood County Jail.
Woman reports harassment
At 6:16 p.m., a 67-year-old woman reported that her 75-year-old ex-boyfriend wouldn’t leave her alone after being asked to not contact her again. Police were able to make contact with the man and warned him not to contact her or action could be taken. As a result of the contact, the man was arrested for operating while intoxicated and later released to a responsible adult.
At 1:04 p.m., a 17-year-old man reported that he had sold a demo derby vehicle to another man. The buyer then, in turn, sold it to another man immediately. The original seller reported that someone had entered his garage late on Aug. 26 and had taken a car hood, spare tire with rim, fuel pump, and connectors, as well as the derby car that was in his driveway. The second buyer thought the car hood and tire were included in the sale. The car, car hood and tire were all returned to the seller and the money was given back to the buyer. The fuel pump and connectors are still missing.