Stratford man charged with burglary, prescription possession, trespassing
By Hub City Times staff
WISCONSIN RAPIDS — A 20-year-old Stratford man was charged in Wood County Court in connection with three separate incidents occurring in the city of Marshfield.
According to criminal complaints, Brandon D. Noll was charged with possession of illegally obtained prescription drugs when Marshfield police officers arrested him on March 14 in the parking lot of Simplicity Credit Union, 222 E. Upham St., for an outstanding warrant.
Upon searching Noll, officers located a cellophane wrapper from a cigarette pack containing pills broken in half pieces. The pills were identified as sertraline hydrochloride, a controlled substance available only through prescription.
According to court records, Noll admitted to obtaining the prescription pills through a methamphetamine supplier.
Noll is also being charged with criminal trespassing for a May 30 incident when he was alleged to have unlawfully entered a residence on East Franklin Street as well as a July 28, 2016, incident where he reportedly entered The Store gas station at 1304 S. Central Ave. illegally.
In the 2016 case, police said that Noll admitted to throwing a hammer through the front glass door of the business and entered to obtain bottles of alcohol.
Burglary of a building or dwelling is a class F felony that comes with up to $25,000 in fines, 12 years imprisonment, or both. Criminal trespassing is a class A misdemeanor that comes with up to $10,000 in fines, nine months imprisonment, or both. Possession of an illegally obtained prescription drug is a class U misdemeanor that may result in up to $500 in fines, six months imprisonment, or both.