Marshfield woman faces charges following overdose call
By Hub City Times staff
MARSHFIELD — A Marshfield woman faces charges of the manufacture or delivery of heroin and bail jumping following a December call of a possible overdose at a Marshfield home.
According to the criminal complaint, Marshfield police were dispatched to a residence on South Oak Avenue on Dec. 5, 2016. There they found drug paraphernalia that tested positive for the presence of heroin.
The following day, the victim made a statement that he had purchased $30 worth of heroin from Aubrey E. Mason, 29, of Marshfield. Mason later admitted to officers that she had sold the controlled substance to the victim.
Prior to the incident, Mason had been out on a $5,000 signature bond following July 28, 2016, charges for possession of methamphetamine, possession of an illegally obtained prescription, and operating while under the influence of a controlled substance, second offense, with the condition that she “not commit further criminal acts.”
Mason is scheduled for her preliminary hearing and arraignment Jan. 9. The manufacture or delivery of heroin is a Class F felony with a maximum fine of $25,000 and/or imprisonment up to 12 years and six months. Bail jumping is a Class H felony that carries a maximum penalty of $10,000 and/or six years in prison.