The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Sept. 10 – 17, 2020. 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.
Suspicious person – East Church St., Chestnut Cupboard. Ref to two b/m’s panhandling in the parking lot. Subjects located on Barron Dr. and issued criminal trespass notices per business request.
Follow up – Tall Oaks West. Ref to a threat assessment for Monroe Area High School after a statement from a student.
Juvenile Problem – Sorrells St. Walton County DFCS requested to make a report in reference to an open case involving subject and her children.
Citizen flag down – South Broad St., MPD. Distraught woman pulled over to collect herself before driving away.
Suicide threats – South Broad St., Southside MHP. In reference to a caller advising an unknown male stated he was going to take pills to harm himself. Negative contact was made.
911 hang up – Landers St. Ref DOA. Extensive medical history to include congestive heart failure and COPD. Corner and CID responded.
Harassment – Ref to complainant being harassed by her ex-boyfriend. Report was made, and remedies were advised to complainant.
Dispute Non Violent – North Broad St., Bojangles. report of an irate customer. The customer was gone prior to officers’ arrival.
Theft report – MLK Jr. Blvd., Tractor Supply. Ref to a white male stealing approximately $7,000 worth of merchandise from the store over a two week period.
Suspicious person – Tanglewood Dr. Ref to a white or Hispanic male that was jumped on by 4 b/m’s. Called in 3rd party. Area searched with negative contact with victim or males.
Suspicious vehicle – North Broad St. and Highway 78 on ramp. Ref to a vehicle parked in the roadway. All on/off ramps and areas were checked with negative contact.
Dispute – North Broad St., Jay’s Wreaker. Ref to irate customer upset about an impound. Situation mediated and civil issue explained.
Traffic Stop – Davis St & Lumpkin St – Original reason was defective equipment, meth and heroin were located in vehicle, driver was taken to jail.
Dispute – S Broad St – in reference to two subjects involved in another dispute. One subject threw a toy table at other subject and was taken to jail for Simple Assault.
Damage to Property – Towler St – In reference to an object thrown at a driver at the intersection of Broad St and Highland Ave. Damage to rear-view mirror, report taken.
Fight – Douglas St -reference to two parties involved in a physical fight. Conflicting accounts of events. Neither party wanting to press any charges. Patterson TOT EMS.
Assault – W Spring St. Quality Foods. – In reference to an older male customer grabbing a female employee from behind then leaving the store. Report taken.
Wanted Person – Tall Oaks Ln. In reference to 17-year-old black male 5’4″-5’6″, 160lbs. City of Covington advised the subject was in the area of Wheelhouse Lane. Officers had negative contact.
Power Lines Down – S Madison Ave at Stokes St. In reference to power line hanging across the roadway.
Suspicious Vehicle – Ammons Bridge Rd at Claiborne Way. In reference to a single vehicle with damage, just off the roadway. Walton County Sheriff’s Office advised that is their area. Officer went back in service.
Tree Down – S Madison Ave at Community Ct. In reference to a large tree across both lanes. Officers stood by for public works.
Damage to Property – E Church St. In reference to a tree that fell on the house.
Direct Traffic – E Church St at Felker St. In reference to power company requesting a unit direct traffic.