Two Marshfield men charged in Burger King incident
By Hub City Times staff
WISCONSIN RAPIDS – On Jan. 15, Marshfield police were called to the Marshfield Burger King location for the report of an assault.
Employees at the restaurant stated that a minivan had pulled into the lot and asked to speak to the victim, a staff member. Once outside, the victim walked to the passenger side of the vehicle to speak to them and was allegedly punched in the face.
According to court documents, restaurant employees witnessed the incident and identified the driver as Will Yamz, also known as William A. Heron.
Police contacted Heron, 26, of Marshfield, who stated that the victim wanted a tattoo from Heron. When Heron and his passenger arrived at the restaurant to speak with him, the victim was talking through the passenger’s side of the vehicle and was spitting on the passenger while doing so.
The passenger, identified as John Brock, 44, Marshfield, then reportedly punched the victim in the face, chipping three of his teeth.
Officers made contact with Brock, who denied the incident, and was taken into custody.
Brock was charged in Wood County Court with one felony count of substantial battery, a felony count of bail jumping, and one misdemeanor charge of bail jumping. He was recently charged in Wood County court in late 2017, with battery/threat to law enforcement, bail jumping, and disorderly conduct.
The incident resulted in misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and operating after revocation for Heron as well.