Monroe PD Reports: Concern over photographer picking up children for photo shoot

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The following are the incidents reported by the Monroe Police Department between Feb.17 – 23, 2017. Due to the length, this report has been split into four parts. This is the third part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Domestic, East Spring St., couple disputing over living arrangements and money. Female was gone when officers arrived.
  • Discharging Firearms in the area of West Tall Oaks Drive. Contact made with three male subjects who was discharging a shotgun at pond next to the airport. All subjects were cited for discharging a firearm in the city.
  • Agency Assist, East Church Street in reference to making contact with female subject for an agency in North Carolina. The residence was vacant.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Green Street and Perry Street; White male in a Blue Nissan picking up juveniles for a photo shoot, kids taken home to Lacy Street, male subject located at Golden Pantry and interviewed about his approach for recruiting kids for photos, warned of the potential liability etc.…documented incident.
  • Animal Complaint, E. Washington St;  comp from out of state advised seeing a Dalmatian dog being mistreated, only a white Pitbull on the property.  Comp might have had the wrong address.
  • Domestic problem, Great Oaks Drive: Male and female subjects arguing in the parking, contact made between mother and father, verbal argument over child custody, parties separated, declined report.
  • Domestic problem, Monroe Motor Inn, male and female in a dispute over female leaving, parties separated female went to Nowell Street, report for documentation.
  • Domestic problem, Pine Park St; Comp had issues over evicting her brother, explained the process, all ok.
  • Suspicious Vehicle @ Walmart; Caller advised that a suspicious person got out of a vehicle and got into another, suspecting a 38-D (drugs) transaction.  Subjects in the vehicle, checked out all ok.
  • Stolen Vehicle, North Broad Street – Deer Acres Inn, complainant advised he came outside his room this morning to find his vehicle missing. Complainant advised he’s current on his payments and resides in Helena, GA. No reported repossessions at this location through dispatch. The vehicle was later determined to be repossessed at 0921 hours.
  • Domestic, North Broad Street – Bo Jangles, manager advised an ex-employee threatened to rob the safe and blow up the store after he was advised he had to wait until 1400 hours this date to pick up ck. Manager did not want to file charges, but documented.
  • Theft, Meadow Walk Dr., complainant advised someone stole her $50 tailpipe cap from her vehicle during the night. It’s described as black with a red ring.
  • Damage to Property report taken at the Monroe Police Department. Complainant advised there was damage to unit E at Pine Park Street, over $500.00. The damaged was caused by a named subject between Thanksgiving and January 20.
  • 9-1-1 Hang up, G.W. Carver Drive, George Walton Homes, complainant advised her boyfriend choked and punched her in the mouth. Visible injuries and witnesses by a juvenile. Warrants to be taken once subject is properly identified.
  • Threats at George Walton Academy. Anonymous caller advised a threat was made two (2) weeks ago that all blacks at the school would be killed and the school staff isn’t doing anything about it. Contact was made with principal who advised they have not received any threats and if they wanted to remain anonymous he couldn’t do anything. Incident documented.
  • Theft at Jay’s Wrecker Service. Steven Nelson stole $30 from a co-worker who is a wrecker driver for Jay’s. Nelson took the money out of co-workers wallet while he was unloading his vehicle. Nelson arrested for theft by taken.
  • Discharging Firearms in the area of the airport. Searched area and was unable to locate subjects shooting
  • Traffic Stop on Perry Street at Green Street. Floyd McCoy Jr. arrested for not wearing a seatbelt and possession of marijuana less than one ounce.
  • Animal Complaint, Davis St., complainant advised two (2) females walking a brown pit bull bit her dog. No injury to her dog and requested officer to have females stay off her property. Negative contact with the females walking the dog.
  • Dispute in the area of Lacy St. and Harris St. anonymous comp advised there was about to be a shootout. Area checked with negative contact.
  • Domestic problem report, North Broad St., Little Italy. Employee’s boyfriend on scene causing disturbance, GOA. Comp wanted him barred.
  • EMS assist, Plaza Tr. Naked female possibly on 38D. On arrival, female had clothes on and denied all medical treatment, advised possible anxiety attack and history of meth use.
  • EMS assist Davis St. 86-year-old female with COPD and several other medical issues transported by EMS. Family made accusations of sexual assault due to her not having any panties on at the time of the call. Medical staff at Clearview advised negative on sexual assault and that she had a yeast infection which could have explained her not wearing panties, CID notified.
  • Shots fired, Barron Dr., arrested Quinton Smith near Chestnut Cupboard for concealing gun without permit, poss. of marijuana, and discharging firearm near highway.
  • Indecent Exposure, Monroe Motor Inn. 115 Amanda Gray advised b/m in room 114 with hand in his pants harassing people. Contact made with subject who seamed 10-96. Advised to leave people alone and go inside.
  • Suspicious person, banging on doors on Barron Properties. Neighbor came to check on neighbor due to shooting in the area
  • Prowler, Barron Dr. Comp advised someone banging on door after shots fired call. See previous call.
  • Damage to property, South Broad St., Southside MHP. Comp advised small group of children threw rock at residence, dent observed.
  • Dispute, Barron Dr., complainant advised a female subject was beating on her door. Area checked for female subject with negative contact.
  • Harassment, South Broad St., Chevron, married couple separated but not divorced both had questions about the TPO process, both had previous reports done, ongoing issue.
  • Unknown problem, Cook Pl., complainant wanted boyfriend to leave for the night. Situation mediated, boyfriend left.
  • Damage to property, Booth Dr., complainant reports her car hit while parked in the street.
  • Domestic, Tall Oaks East. Ms. Walker wanted boyfriend to leave, he was gone, all 10-4
  • Dispute at the Valero on East Spring Street in reference to a road rage incident. Complainant advised a subject in an older model Ford F-150 ran the traffic light at Spring and Madison, almost hitting him. The other party was gone upon officer’s arrival.

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