Marshfield Police Blotter: Oct. 17-23, 2018
At 11:50 a.m., a 21-year-old Marshfield woman reported receiving unwanted, harassing Facebook messages from an unknown person. After police investigated they found the woman had actually created a fake account to check in on an ex-boyfriend. She then messaged friends of her ex-boyfriend and argued with them about statements they had made about her. The woman was informed that she cannot prevent others from talking badly about her and that she had started the messages. She was also instructed to delete the fake account and was given advice on how to better handle the situation.
Garbage pick-up mix-up
At 3:50 p.m., a Marshfield business owner called police to state that someone had been dumping garbage on their property. Police made contact with a woman who stated she had placed her garbage there for pick up and had already called the garbage company to pick up the larger items, which they hadn’t done yet. The woman also explained that she had been told by the garbage company that she needs to leave her garbage at that location, after she requested to have them pick it up closer to her residence.
Man on the run, in his underwear
At 12:03 p.m., a 39-year-old Marshfield man was taken into custody for a probation hold. He was transported to the local hospital for medical clearance. While at the emergency room, the man took off running down nearby streets in just his underwear. Police were able to locate the runner and took him back to be medically cleared. After being cleared, he was transported to the Wood County Jail.
Magical bicycle ride
At 6:44 p.m., a 32-year-old Marshfield man reported finding a 26-year-old Stratford man laying in his yard with a bicycle. The Marshfield man also reported the man seemed very intoxicated and while trying to help the man, the drunk man started making statements that were concerning to the Marshfield man. When police arrived they found the man had an active warrant through Wood County and was also found to be in possession of marijuana. The 26-year-old was booked and taken to the Wood County Jail.
At 7:32, a Marshfield man called to report an argument he could hear between two adults. Police arrived at the address and spoke with a woman who said she was having a disagreement with her hearing impaired husband and they had probably been louder than necessary.
Apartment broken into
At 9:05 p.m., a 38-year-old Marshfield woman reported that sometime in the last two days someone had forcefully entered her apartment. Her furniture and decorations had all been moved and thrown around, her pet fish was in the toilet, and a few items were taken. There were no suspects and a neighborhood search was conducted. Nobody noticed anything suspicious.