Monroe PD Reports: Shooting yourself in the foot could result in a trip to jail

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The Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period April 27 to May 3, 2018. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the third part. Please note arrests or charges do not constitute a conviction.

  • Warrant Attempt, East Spring St., Monroe Motor Inn, reference to Tamika Hicks. She was arrested and transported to WCSO.
  • Stranded Motorist, South Broad St./McDaniel St., reference to Officer observing a Canadian tractor trailer stopped in the roadway. Driver advised he was trying to find Interstate 20. He was given directions and given a verbal warning for improper stopping in roadway. 
  • Damage to Property, East Marable St., complainant advised that an unknown subject attempted to pull 2 A/C units out of the windows of the Church. After further investigation, one unit was damaged and would not turn on. Report taken, and complainant requested extra patrol throughout the night.
  • Domestic Dispute, East Fambrough St., reference to complainant being in a physical altercation with her sister. Report taken. No arrest due to conflicting stories and lack of evidence.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Mears St./South Madison Ave., reference to a black Ford Explorer almost hitting the complainant head on. Vehicle was last seen traveling south bound on South Madison Avenue and was occupied by a white female. Area check conducted with negative contact.
  • Threats, Sorrells St., complainant advised an unknown subject threatened him with a handgun. Report taken.
  • Suspicious Subject, Tall Oaks West, complainant advised someone was standing near her vehicle. The subject was gone when officers arrived.
  • 911 Hang-Up, Michael Circle, Officer made contact with mother who stated her 16-year-old son was being disrespectful because she took his phone away for disciplinary reasons. Officers spoke to the son. Everything ok.
  • Threats, Cook St., reference to male subject being threatened. Officers had negative contact with subject.
  • Child Custody, Custom Way, father advised mother left with their 3-year-old child at 1400 hours this date and has not returned. He was advised of civil remedies.
  • Welfare Check, West Spring St., pep boys, reference to key holder receiving alarm but no call from company. Everything ok on location.
  • Suspicious Person, East Church St., Jack Peters grocery, reference to an anonymous complainant advising male subject was seen in the area, negative contact with the subject.
  • Dispute, Pierce St., daughter was disputing with her mother over being let in the residence.  Prior mental health issues.
  • Civil Matter, Hill Crest, reference to father stating mother has his son and he believes she was on location. Father stated they have not been to court on this issue, he was advised of civil remedies. Report taken on this matter earlier this date.
  • Mental health Issue, female subject was transported to Piedmont Walton per her request do to issues with family members.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Davis St., reference to a silver in color Honda driving on Davis Street, the caller advised the driver does not have a valid driver’s license, area check conducted. a Honda was observed driving on Pine Park Street and Lacy Street which matched the description, the tag was ran with everything showing valid. 
  • Dispute, Lawrence St., reference to mother upset her sons taking down her fence.  Son has legal guardianship of his mother
  • Suspicious Person, Hwy 78 near Hwy 138, reference to caller stating vehicle stopped and multiple people jumped out. Checked area with negative contact.
  • Suspicious Person, Plaza Dr., reference to male subject talking in his vehicle in parking lot. Everyone on scene ok.
  • Gunshot Wound, Piedmont Walton, reference to Robert Heard stating he was shot in the right foot while walking in the area of Davis St./Harris St., he had a small bullet wound on the middle toe on his right foot. Robert Heard stated he was walking alone and possibly heard a gunshot and noticed his foot was getting wet. He stated he did not see anyone in the area at the time of the incident.  CID came out and determined that the angle of the bullet had to be self-inflicted. 
  • While on location investigating the incident, it was discovered Robert Heard had a warrant out of Walton County for probation violation, after being medically cleared and discharged from the hospital he was placed under arrest. Robert Heard was transported to the Walton County Jail and turned over to the jail staff without incident. Report taken.
  • Dispute, Woodland Rd., reference to complainant not wanting named male subject at residence. Male subject visiting male who is adult resident. Male subject left by his own decision to avoid conflict.
  • Suspicious Person, Tall Oaks Lane, father was knocking on doors trying to locate his 18-year-old son.  He was advised to stop pounding on doors and find a better way to locate where he moved to.
  • Domestic, Lacy St., reference to Donte Hudson and female disputing about another girl Hudson brought to the house. Hudson arrested on unrelated warrants
  • Assault, Piedmont Walton, female subject was assaulted in Lithonia.  She was advised to contact their police department if she wanted a report.
  • Dispute, Lacy St., reference to a vehicle being moved.  All was okay per the owner’s request.
  • Dispute, East Marable St., complainant stated she had issues with a roommate. Complainant claimed roommate let someone in and stole her pills. Advised of the eviction process.
  • Agency Assist, Ash Ln. Newton County request contact to be made with the owner of a vehicle.  Made contact with owner and she was advised to contact Newton County.
  • Domestic, East Marable St., was drunk and complaining about roommate. Report taken.
  • Suspicious person, Williams St., man wearing blue shirt and blue pants acting agitated and suspicious and struck and street sign. Checked area. Negative contact. 
  • Welfare Check, Plaza Dr., reference to checking on male subject with possible drug problems.  Male subject was asked if he wanted any help getting into a rehab facility or wanted to talk to anyone.  He denied any help at this time and was on location with his step mom. Male subject was provided information for available help.
  • Fraud, North Broad St., complainant claims approximately $500.00 has been taken from his bank account. Bank requested report.
  • Found item, Sky Collision (S. Broad). Employee found possible Meth under the backseat of a vehicle that was being worked on.  Turned over to evidence to be destroyed.
  • Suspicious vehicle, North Broad, juvenile arrested for possession of marijuana less than an ounce, driving with no license, giving false names and date of birth, striking a fixed object and distracted driving. TOT Juvenile Court
  • Suspicious Vehicle In the area of Master’s Dr.  F-150 speeding through neighborhood.  Made contact and advised to slow down.
  • Suspicious vehicle, Highway 78 East bound. Tan sedan, going wrong direction on entrance ramp. Searched area. Negative contact
  • Shoplifting, West Spring St., two white females left store without paying for some items. LPO confronted the females and females dropped items out of their purses then fled away striking a car when leaving.

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