Marshfield Police Blotter: April 18-21, 2020
April 21, 2020
Damage in park
On April 21 at 10:22 a.m. it was reported that damage had been done to the shelter and a picnic table at a park on North Cedar Avenue sometime between April 18-20. Pictures were taken of the damage to document the incident. No potential suspects were given.
April 20, 2020
On April 20 at 6:13 p.m. it was reported that a 36-year-old Marshfield male was arrested for obstructing/resisting officers and disorderly conduct. It was stated that the male attempted to avoid arrest by locking the door to the residence but was ultimately arrested and taken into custody after officers breached the door.
Disturbance leads to arrest
On April 20 at 2:14 p.m. a Marshfield female reported that a female was at her Cherry Avenue residence and pounding on her front door. The subject, a 22-year-old Junction City female, was taken into custody after officer investigation led to the discovery of THC and drug paraphernalia.
April 19, 2020
On April 19 at 2:20 p.m. a Marshfield male reported that a package had been taken from his South Palmetto Avenue residence without his permission. The male stated that other items had been delivered at the same time but had not been taken. In addition, according to tracking records, the missing package was confirmed to have been delivered. The male could not name any possible suspects.
April 18, 2020
Firearm discharge leaves hole
On April 20 at 10:30 a.m. a Marshfield female reported that there was a hole in the ceiling and wall of her apartment’s bedroom. The holes appeared to have been caused by a firearm discharge from the upstairs apartment. The upstairs apartment was searched and a hole was discovered going through a bedroom mattress, the carpet, and the floorboards. The 27-year-old son of the tenant came forward and admitted that the last time he had cleaned a brand new pistol there had been an accidental discharge. The male stated that he had not realized that the round had gone through the floor into his downstairs neighbor’s apartment. Luckily nobody had been home in the downstairs apartment at the time of the discharge.