Monroe PD Reports: Fence dispute over dog digging out to play with neighbor’s dog

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The Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period March 23 – 29, 2018. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the second part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Meet Officer, N Broad St., complainant had questions about an unknown subject who has been harassing him how he could get him trespassed from his residence. Complainant was advised of remedies. All ok.
  • Damage Property, W Ridge Ave. Spoke with complainant who was upset because her dog was digging holes under her fence and playing with her neighbor’s dog. She requested a report because she thinks the neighbors should pay to have the fence fixed.
  • Suspicious Person, W Spring St., reference to the W/M earlier at Waffle House, walking in the street.  Made contact with subject and gave him a ride to the Monroe Motor Inn where he acquired a room for the night. All ok.
  • Suspicious Person, West Spring St., subject was seen near Quality Foods asking for money and food Officer made contact with him at Walmart where he was holding a sign for food. Officer advised of panhandling and loitering subject left premises.
  • Damage to Property, Master’s Dr., spoke with complainant who stated that her boyfriend had trashed her home before leaving on foot. Complainant wanted boyfriend removed from home, but he was already gone upon arrival. Report taken.
  • Shoplifting, East Spring St., reference to a male walking out with merchandise. Spoke with employee who stated she’s familiar with the subject, but she did not call.  Advised she was just going to charge him next time he is in the store.  All ok.
  • Unknown law, Fawnfield Dr., reference to a male subject on the floor shaking. Subject was alert upon Officers arrival.  He was transported by EMS.
  • Suspicious Person, Carver Pl., reference to a juvenile with a gun. Juvenile was located and did not have a gun on his person. He was advised to leave the area and go back to Barron Dr due to the fact that he was 14 and wandering the city aimlessly. 
  • 911 Hang Up/ EMS Assist, Lacy St., reference to subject feeling cold she was transported by EMS
  • Suspicious Person, Stokes St., Unknown Caller stated a man was outside waving a gun around. Made contact with male subject who was intoxicated. He advised he was not waving a gun around. Male subject advised he shoots cans with a BB Gun but was not waving it anyone. Male subject was advised to go inside for the rest of the night due to his level of intoxication. All ok.
  • 911 Hang-up, West Creek Circle, reference to 6-year-old calling 911 because her mother left her with her grandparents. I Spoke to grandparents who advised 6-year-old lives at this location and frequently calls 911 when her mom leaves her. 6-year-old was advised of rules for dialing 911. All 1ok.
  • Dispute, Applebee’s, Manager stated a white male subject wearing a brown stripped shirt, pulled a gun and pointed it at him during a dispute. Subject was gone when officers arrived, possibly identified as male subject from Taylor’s wrecker service. Report taken.
  • Discharge of firearms in the area of Harris St., anonymous caller conducted area check with negative contact.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Birch St., anonymous caller stated a silver vehicle was occupied and parked in the area. Vehicle was gone when officers arrived.
  • Accident/DUI, Harris St., two vehicle accident. Vehicle vs parked car. Dairen Brown was arrested for DUI and Failure to maintain Lane.
  • Assault, Sorrel St near Maple Ln., reference to a black male that was assaulted by another black male. Officer located a black male on Sorrel St that was bleeding from the left side of his face. Male subject stated that he fell down and was not assaulted. He refused EMS and police services.
  • Request patrol, West Creek Circle, reference to a light being on inside a house that is for sale.  Residence was unlocked.  Officers cleared inside and did not notice any suspicious activity.  Appears the door was left unlocked while house was being shown to potential buyers.  All ok.
  • Civil Matter, Towler St., made contact with the caller who advised she was helping another subject move, caller advised that subject took some of her items. Caller was able to locate her items inside of the residence. Caller did not wish to file a report or press chargers on subject.
  • Disturbing the peace, Maple Lane, reference to loud music. Spoke with security on scene who advised the party would be over at 0200 hours.  The subject in charge of the party has a permit.
  • 911 Hang up, West Spring St., Spoke to several people on staff, and all advised were ok.  Officer was advised the subject that called was being released from the ER.  Made contact with subject who stated she filed a theft report last night and wanted an officer to escort her to Towler St. in an attempt to locate a lost wallet. Negative contact with anyone at Towler St. Officer then gave subject a ride to her vehicle on Highway 138 and Rowe Road. Wrecker responded with gas for the vehicle. All ok.
  • Traffic Stop, East Church St./Smiths Plaza, driver cited No Insurance. Requested impound by wrecker service.
  • Disabled Vehicle, James Huff Rd., Tractor Trailer trying to turn around at the old drive inn and got stuck in a ditch. Notified wrecker to be en route to see if they could assist. Walmart DC staff arrived and had a company wrecker en route and advised once they got on scene if they needed assistance with blocking off the road to contact us back.
  • Domestic, Magnolia Terrace, complainant said her baby’s father came to her house on Friday began a verbal confrontation then proceeded into a violent physical altercation.  Warrant to be taken on baby’s father for Battery-FV, Cruelty to Children, Criminal Trespass, Damage to Government Property
  • Follow Up, South Madison Ave., Residents on Woodland Rd wanted to meet to give information about subject whom currently has an active warrant for Probation Violation.

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