Weekly Police Blotter: May 23-29, 2018
Tenant leaves without paying
At 6:21 p.m., a 56-year-old Marshfield man disclosed that a long-term tenant at one of his rental properties has since left the property and failed to pay rent, and for an appliance that was agreed upon. Contact will be made with the missing tenant to recover past due payments.
Pepper spray attack
At 6:30 p.m., a Marshfield woman reported that a 25-year-old Spencer woman came to her home where they had a verbal argument. The Spencer woman then pepper sprayed her and her son. The Marshfield woman did not give permission to spray her with pepper spray and cause her and her son pain. The Spencer woman fled in her car and was eventually found. The Spencer woman was then taken to Wood County Jail for charges of disorderly conduct, battery and child abuse- recklessly causing bodily harm.
Disturbance at local title company
At 9:31 a.m., an employee at a Marshfield title company called police after a 73-year-old Evansville man started a disturbance. The 73-year-old realtor did not like how a property deal was being handled and reportedly began threatening and swearing at employees of the title company. Police made contact with the man over the phone and denied his behavior. He also requested that the police warn the title company’s employees for their inappropriate behavior as well.
Marshfield woman arrested after calling police
At 2:25 p.m., a 25-year-old Marshfield woman reported a physical dispute between herself and a 20-year-old Marshfield man. After an investigation, it was determined that it was a domestic abuse offense and the 25-year-old woman was arrested.
Marshfield convenience store has drive off
At 1:39 p.m., a 24-year-old Marshfield convenience store employee reported that at 6:15 p.m., on May 24, a white GMC 4-door truck with a trailer pumped gas and left before paying. After reviewing the camera footage at the store, employees of the convenience store believe the drive off was unintentional and that one of the subjects is a regular customer. They will let the police department know if they are able to identify him.
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