Monroe PD Report: Car stolen, wrecked, then returned to owner

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The Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period May 4 – 10, 2018. Due to the length, this has been split into five parts. This is the second part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Suspicious person, Southside Mobile homes, caller stated that someone was in the woods behind her home. Conducted an area check was unable to locate.
  • Warrant Served, Jackson County Jail.  John Wilkins arrested for a probation violation warrant out of Monroe.  Transported from Jackson County Jail to the Walton County Jail without incident.
  • Dispute, Cloverdale Dr., male subject came to complainant’s residence to discuss a misunderstanding.  Subjects at some point began to wrestle on the ground. Complainant did not want to prosecute.  Parties separated.
  • Animal Complaint, West Spring St., reference to a deceased feline on the front porch of the building.  Feline disposed of properly.  All ok.
  • Lost Item, Forest St., complainant advised that someone stole her Social Security debit card out of her wallet yesterday. Report taken.
  • Damage to Property, New Lacy St., complainant advised that he awoke at 1300 hours this date and found damage to his 2006 Ford Crown Victoria. The vehicle was taken by unknown persons, wrecked, and returned by unknown persons. Report taken. Reference case #.
  • Dispute, Radford St., complainant disputing with neighbor over people partying at her house but walking all through his yard.  Advised to speak to landlord about a fence as well as the Good Behavior Warrant process.
  • Dispute, Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Eric Johnson arrested for Simple Assault.  Johnson was verbally disputing with female subject.  During dispute, Johnson picked up a knife and walked towards female.  Female said she was afraid but other witnesses and video showed he never held it with intent to do harm.
  • Dispute, North Madison Ave. Dispute between female subject and the clerk at the market. The clerk wanted the cash back from a check that female subject had cashed at the market. All was a misunderstanding and ok.
  • Juvenile Complaint, East Church St., mother advised that her 15-year-old daughter left the house after she told her to stay in her room. Mother advised of the juvenile resources available to her and to contact the police if 15-year-old daughter does not return in a reasonable amount of time. Area was canvassed for 15-year-old daughter with negative results.
  • Suspicious Person, Blaine St., officers got out with male subject at the Bridge of Georgia who appeared to attempt to gain access to the playground area to ride his bike.  He was advised not to be on the property unless he has permission.  Field interview completed.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Felker Park, reference to a juvenile cussing at children on playground. Spoke with the juveniles that were causing problems and advised them to stay separated from younger children and to watch how they speak around them.  All ok.
  • Damage to Property, Tall Oaks West, complainant caught 11-year-old named subject damaging two residences with spray paint.  Juvenile complaint filed.
  • Animal Complaint, South Madison Ave., complainant stated that her neighbor has been fighting dogs in his back yard. I made contact with her neighbor on South Madison and spoke with resident who allowed me into the back yard to see his Dogs. At this time no evidence suggest that he is fighting dogs.
  • Welfare Check, Piedmont Walton, reference to a female by the name given was supposed to be on location and the father could not verify she was there.  Was worried for her safety.  Made contact with female in the waiting room who advised she was ok waiting to be seen.  Spoke to the father on the phone and advised him she was on location.  All ok.
  • Suspicious Persons, Hannah Lane, Anonymous complainant stated multiple white subjects were running through their yard. Contact made with multiple juveniles on the Michael Etchinson Rd, Juveniles returned to their residence by parents.
  • Intoxicated Person, male subject was highly intoxicated and complaining about his wife touching his previously injured arm. Situation mediated.
  • Dispute, Heritage Trace, complainant stated he returned home and his uncle would not open the door for him, attempted to make contact with the uncle he would not come to the door nor acknowledge Officer’s presence. Remedies advised.
  • Person Shot, Tanglewood Dr., Numerous complainants advised of discharge of firearms and a person down. Upon arrival Darrin Barnes suffered a gunshot wound to the chest, he succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead at the hospital. Scene turned over to GBI
  • Area Check, South Broad St., Southside MHP, reference to a trailer in the back of the park with a lot of vehicle traffic coming in and out.  Nothing observed.
  • Assault, West Creek Circle, reference to female subject being attack by an unknown black male outside the residence.  Rice had a visible injury to her mouth.
  • Suspicious Person, GW Carver Dr., reference to hearing someone outside their window. Named male subject outside her window negative contact with anyone outside or in the area.
  • Suspicious Person, Carver Place, complainant advised of a subject turning her door handle, Complainant would not provide any further information to dispatch, negative contact with anyone in the area.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, G.W. Carver Dr., officer located the suspect from the earlier Murder incident. A knock and talk was conducted with a consent search with negative contact with the suspect. Vehicle was towed to FD for processing.
  • Dispute, Plaza Dr., male subject and ex-girlfriend in an argument.  ex-girlfriend stated she woke up and male subject had a knife in his hand.  She said she was not sure what he was doing with it and it scared her.  Male subject stated he did not know anything about a knife and was awoke with ex-girlfriend kicking him.  Both subjects admitted to using Meth, and Marijuana last night.  Parties were separated.
  • Juvenile Problem, Ridge Rd., mother stated her 16-year-old son left the residence headed for the Monroe Police Department.  She stated she took his phone from him last night and told him that his Father was going to discipline him this afternoon.  Contact was made with 16-year-old son in the back-parking lot of the police department.  He stated he did not want a whooping, so he left his residence.  He was transported back home and lectured.  Mom was also advised of the guidelines of corporal punishment.  No signs of abuse with 16-year-old son son.  No report requested.  Mediated.

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