Weekly police blotter
Woman reports road rage incident
A 55-year-old Marshfield woman reported that between 8:30 a.m. and 9:26 a.m. she was involved in a road rage incident on North Central Avenue when a man followed her to a parking stall at a Marshfield department store. The two exchanged words and the woman went into the store. When she returned to the parking lot to check on her vehicle, she found four small puncture holes in her rear bumper. Officers reviewed security camera footage and found that the man never went near her vehicle.
Former employee asked to refrain from contact
A Marshfield memory care center reported that on Oct. 12 at 6:29 p.m. the center received unwanted contact from a temporary employee who was fired on Oct. 10. The 52-year-old Chippewa Falls man was contacted by officers and was advised to have no further contact with the center. The man agreed not to have any further communication with the center.
Man violates probation
At 8:52 a.m., a probation & parole officer requested that Marshfield police arrest a 30-year-old Marshfield man for violating his probation. When probation agents arrived at the man’s home for a scheduled home visit, the man was intoxicated, refused to cooperate, and became agitated. When an agent informed the man that she was calling the police, he fled into a nearby wooded area. The man was located, but refused a preliminary breath test. He was taken for medical clearance and transported to jail.
Man makes threatening statement
A Wood County Human Services supervisor reported that a 54-year-old Antigo man was speaking with the department attempting to obtain services for his mother, who is a resident at a Marshfield convalescent home. During the conversation, the social worker reported that the man stated that he was “going to spend his mom’s money,” then harm her. Though the supervisor felt the statement was made out of frustration, she asked that a follow up be completed. Officers spoke with the man, who apologized and admitted that he spoke out of dissatisfaction.
Man arrested for driving after revocation
At 1:38 a.m., a 20-year-old man was arrested for operating after revocation. The man was out on bond for three open court cases consisting of felony and misdemeanor charges. Felony and misdemeanor charges for bail jumping were requested through the Wood County District Attorney’s office. In addition, the man was given a citation for underage drinking.
Woman reports unauthorized account activity
A 62-year-old Marshfield woman reported that on Nov. 9 she had unauthorized activity involving her bank checking account in Milwaukee. She stated that she cancelled her debit card, had a new card issued, and stopped payment on three unauthorized transactions. She requested that a report be placed on file in the event that something further occurs. She stated that she will be checking her credit reports for anything else suspicious.
Parked vehicle hit by school bus
A 39-year-old Marshfield man reported that at 7 a.m. a small yellow school bus struck his parked vehicle in the driveway of his residence. The vehicle’s hitch was moved left of the center as it was struck. Officers made contact with the bus company, who acknowledged the incident and stated that they would work it out with the man.