Monroe PD Reports: Burglary disrupted, disobedient juveniles and domestic disputes dominate

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The Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period March 29 – April 5, 2018. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the final part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • 1750 Hours (Unknown Law) at Camptown Caller advised a subject in a Gold Kia was disputing. Negative Contact with any vehicle matching that description. The caller called back and advised the subject was having a panic attack and was okay. Officers were not able to locate the subject.
  • Unknown, Alcovy St., spoke with complainant who thinks her friends are telling people that she is a snitch. She requested to know if she could come to the police department and talk to detectives.
  • Juvenile complaint, Mill Stone Blf., was flagged down by mother who stated that her daughter was being picked on by kids that were outside her house playing basketball. Made contact with said kids and mediated the problem.
  • Unknown Law, Breedlove Dr., an anonymous complainant called in reference to a female subject on the ground near the intersection of Breedlove Dr and McDaniel St. Units arrived at the area of Breedlove and observed a female subject on the ground. CPR was started, the female subject was transported to Clearview for further treatment.
  • Gun Shots, Wood Land Rd., reference to a 3rd party calling stating that a male subject was on meth and shooting his weapon into the air. They also requested a welfare check on female subject. Made contact with male subject who advised he accidently discharged his weapon earlier and that no one was shooting in the air. I also made contact with female subject and she advised she was okay and did not know anything about people shooting guns into the air. All ok.
  • DOA, South Madison Ave., an elderly male found deceased in the living room floor. Report taken
  • Drugs, Plaza Dr., reference to complainant calling because she could smell Marijuana. Officers on scene were not able to smell any Marijuana.
  • Escort, Heritage Trace, male subject stated he needed a ride to his mother’s residence because he felt he should not be walking around at this time of night. I inquired about him walking around, he explained he suffered from mental illnesses and began walking hours prior. He was provided a ride home.
  • Domestic Dispute, Baron Dr., spoke with complainant who stated that she was assaulted by her husband. Upon further investigation husband was arrest for simple battery after a physical altercation took place when complainant refused to have sex with him. Report taken
  • Missing Person, Store House Ct. Spoke with mother who stated that her daughter had left their home last night and has not returned. Report taken. 
  • Warrant Served at the DeKalb County Jail. Dimaron Jones was arrested for a failure to appear warrant through MPD. He was fingerprinted and transported to the Walton County Jail. A GCIC removal form was completed.
  • Burglary in Progress, Classic Trail, Kendarius Baker was arrested for Criminal Attempt (Burglary).
  • Suspicious Vehicle, North Broad St., reference to a dark blue Dodge truck failing to maintain lane. Officer had negative contact.
  • Damage to Property, South Broad St., employee with Walton Security Storage advised last date at approximately 1800 hours, named female subject was attempting to back out of a parking space with her rented U-HAUL truck and struck Unit C.32 causing slight damage to the metal siding. Report taken.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Hwy 11/south bound, reference to a white BMW driving reckless. Officers made contact with the vehicle and driver on East Marable St., the driver, was advised to drive more carefully. No violations were observed by Officers.
  • 911 Hang Up, Pine Park St., reference to a juvenile on the phone advising there’s a fire on Lacy Street. Units had negative contact with any fire and negative contact with that address.
  • 911 Hang-up, East Washington St., James Monroe Homes.  Made contact with tenant who advised all was ok.
  • 911 Hang-up, Colquitt St., Contact made with residents who stated all was ok.
  • Wanted Person, Pine Park St., Clinton Foster was arrested for a probation warrant out of Spalding County. He was turned over to the Walton County Jail.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Hwy 11 at the All-Star gas station in reference to a Dodge Journey, GA tag # failing to maintain lane. Negative contact.
  • Traffic Stop, Highway 78 East at Unisia Drive. Juan Soto stopped for speeding. Soto had an active warrant out of Spalding County and was arrested and transported to WCSO without issue.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Cherokee Ave., complainant stated she heard a gunshot and noticed five juveniles in front of her residence. Officers searched the area but did not locate the juveniles.
  • Domestic, Fawnfield Dr., reference to complainant advising named female subject was refusing to leave location. Subject GOA upon officer’s arrival. No signs of physical violence.
  • Theft, Walton Rd., complainant advised a young black male with a fade got out of a black Chevrolet Cruze and removed a five-gallon gas can from the rear of his truck. Report taken.
  • Dispute, West Spring St., Sims Gas Station, reference to male subject attempting to confront another male subject.  First male subject was issued a Criminal Trespass Warning to stay away from Sims Gas Station.
  • Dispute, Walker Dr., complainant disputing with neighbor over property line. Situation was mediated.
  • Dispute, Launius Ave., reference to an accident that occurred at the Dollar General. Report declined by vehicle owner a second time.
  • Theft Report, East Church St., Chevron, reference to complainant’s wallet stolen from the gas station counter, surveillance footage shows an unknown black female take the wallet from the counter. report taken.
  • Damage to Property, Perry St., complainant wanted to report that oil was leaking from her 2002 Honda Accord and believes someone has tampered with it.  I looked at the engine and pointed out numerous places where oil is leaking and informed her that after 200,000 miles, the vehicle needs service.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Hwy 138, Jeffrey Schubach was arrested for driving under the influence after getting stuck in a yard on Michael Etchinson Road. Walton County 911 received a complaint regarding this vehicle failing to maintain its lane.
  • Mental Subject, Holly Hill Rd., reference to complainant called 911 advising she felt as if her heart was going to explode. EMS checked patient, all ok. She refused to be transported to hospital.
  • Suspicious Person, 4th St., reference to the complainant see three male subject walking in the area of 4th St., area check conducted everything on location ok.
  • Domestic, Holly Hill Rd., reference to complainant advising her mother was sexually assaulting her. Upon arrival it was determined to be false information, Complainant just wanted her mother to leave her alone. Officers attempted to talk her into going to the hospital for a mental evaluation, but she refused. No signs of suicidal thoughts or threats.
  • Dispute, Creek View Dr., reference to male subject on location, intoxicated, attempted to get into the home where he resides with his mother. She refused to let him in and called the police. Situation mediated, and subject went to stay with neighbor on Creek View Drive.
  • Suspicious Persons, Matthews Park, two subjects talking in park. Left park with no issues.
  • Vehicle Impound, Hwy 78 East Bound/Southview Dr., reference to Robert Scott JR driving a white Chevy Impala tag number given with no insurance. Vehicle was removed by towing company. Driver was issued a citation for no insurance.
  • Damage to Property, Old Mill Point, reference to a damaged vehicle.  The back window was busted out during the night.
  • Dispute, Chestnut Lane, two subjects were verbally disputing. One subject was GOA.
  • Suspicious Person on Highway 78/East Spring St., reference to an elderly male possibly needing medical attention in a silver SUV. Negative contact.
  • Damage to Property, Custom Way, complainant advised that around 1100 hours he noticed a few juveniles standing in the street near his mailbox. At 1115 he went outside to get his mail and noticed his mailbox had been damaged. Report taken.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Gatewood Way, mother advised that her 12-year-of-age juvenile son was upset because she grounded him and took away his phone. Situation was mediated. All ok.
  • Theft Report, Wheel House Lane, complainant stated on this date between 0630 hours and 1010 hours, an unknown person(s) took two bicycles from the front yard of his residence.  No serial numbers were available.
  • Traffic Stop, Booth Dr./Oak St., Officer ran tag through GCIC and it returned expired. Contact made with driver and it was found that his license were suspended. He was cited for the tag and served with a D/L suspension notice.
  • Follow Up, Custom Way, Officer made contact with complainant who advised her sisters and another female subject were suspects in the theft case last date at the Chevron on East Church Street. TOT investigating officer.
  • Theft in Progress, West Spring St. at Verizon. Two black males took two IPhone 8Plus (one Gold and one Black) by snatch and grab and ran from the location on foot towards Hwy 138. One male had red hair wearing a white shirt and blue skinny jeans. The second male was dressed in a black track suit wearing a black hat. Both appeared to be in their early 20s, thin build, and approximately 5’10” in height. No video footage could be obtained from the store and the surrounding stores at this time. The two phones were placed on GCIC.
  • Citizen Assist, West Spring St., reference to male subject being homeless and not having anywhere to go. He was transported to the Salvation Army, but no space was available. He was then transported to the Haven Inn and Suites per FISH.
  • Child Custody Dispute, Fawnfield Dr., complainant advised that her child’s father is refusing to bring their daughter back to Monroe. She stated he has no rights to their daughter through the court system. While on scene, complainant spoke to the father on the phone and he agreed to bring their daughter back tonight. Report declined at this time.
  • Theft, West Vine St., complainant advised an unknown subject removed parts from her push mower. Report taken.
  • Wanted Person, Alcovy St., Terry Neal on location with a valid probation warrant.  Mr. Neal was arrested and turned over to the Walton County Jail.
  • Unknown Problem on North Broad St. near East Marable St., Officer was waved down on East Marable St. at North Broad St.  and advised that there was a female in distress on North Broad St. Officer made contact with female who was trying to assist her son who was having a medical issue. The male fell to the ground and was unconscious. EMS responded, and male came to and was transported home by mom.
  • Damage to Property, South Broad St., complainant wanted to report damage to her 2014 Lexus. It is unknown when the damage occurred, but either happened at Walmart, Subway, or the Post Office. Report taken.
  • Welfare Check, Tanglewood Dr., reference to Advantage trying to get in touch with female subject about picking up items from Ridgeview. No contact at residence.
  • Suspicious Vehicle at Coker Field in reference to a white SUV drag racing, area check conducted with negative contact of any suspicious activity.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Tanglewood Dr., reference to juveniles knocking on windows. Multiple groups of kids in neighborhood walking around. All appeared ok.
  • Welfare Check, West Spring St., Walmart, reference to an individual acting confused.  The individual was located by his parents and taken home, everything on location ok.
  • Noise Complaint, Turner St., reference to small get together. Subject given warning about music.
  • Welfare Check, Tanglewood Dr., reference to marijuana and shot glasses being seen in a Snapchat video. Made contact with female subject about a party that was posted online.  the party was earlier and everyone at the residence was okay at the time of the welfare check.
  • Dispute, Tall Oaks Dr., reference to mother and her 12-year-old daughter disputing. The dispute was due to daughter running out of the house to avoid being disciplined for being on the internet on her tablet. The situation was mediated report taken to document the incident. 
  • Suspicious Person, Tall Oaks East, reference to complainant seeing neighbors motion sensor light turn on and seeing shadow. Checked residence at Tall Oaks Lane and everything looked secure. 
  • Dispute, West Spring St., Piedmont Medical, caller needed a ride home after being given medication.  I provided caller a ride to his residence.
  • Stolen Vehicle, GW Carver Dr., reference to Tan 2005 Nissan Sentra stolen from front of residence with keys in ignition. Placed on GCIC.
  • Suspicious Person, Cherokee Ave., reference to complainant stating a female claiming to be her cousin was knocking on the front door of the residence. The female is named, she was sitting in the driveway of the residence with her nose bleeding, Female was uncooperative at first then stated her and her ex-boyfriend were in an argument, she stated he took her backpack and when she tried to retrieve it from him she fell to the ground and her ex-boyfriend kicked her in the nose. Female and her ex-boyfriend do not live together she stated she did not want to go to court or have anything to do with the process. Female denied medical services and was taken to Piedmont Walton by family members. Report taken to document the incident. 
  • Dispute, North Midland Ave., reference to complainant wanting male subject to leave. No claim of domestic violence.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Matthews Park. Officer observed a black car with two occupants inside sleeping. After making contact, Officers asked for consent to search, which was denied. WCSO K9 responded and conducted an open-air search in which the canine alerted. After searching the vehicle, two glass pipes were located and a jar of an alcoholic beverage. The beverage was poured out and male and female occupants were cited for City Ordinance Loitering. Pipes were taken as evidence to be destroyed.
  • Citizen Assist, North Wayne St/West Highland Ave., female subject was walking and lost her footing. She fell down and struck her head on the pavement causing a small laceration. EMS was notified and responded.
  • Found Property, Gliding Lane, stated he located a long tan zipper wallet behind the fence to his property. Wallet was identified as the same wallet taken from the Chevron on East Church Street last date. TOT CID. Supplemental added.
  • Suicide Threat, Gwinnett Clinic, patient passed a note to the nursing staff advising he was going to use a knife to hurt himself and others. Patient requested to be transported to Clearview. He was transported without incident.

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