MPD Reports: Alcohol poisoning, raccoon on the property and slew of domestic disputes

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period June 18 – 25, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the third part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Animal Complaint – Nicholas Ct. In reference to a Raccoon on location. The complainant was advised to contact DNR first thing on Monday morning (29 June 2020). 
  • EMS Assist – S. Madison Ave; Engine Room. Report of a male subject with possible alcohol poisoning. Scene secured, turned over to EMS.
  • Fireworks – E. Spring St.; Monroe Motor Inn. Report of subjects shooting fireworks in the parking lot. On scene located a full bag of charcoal burning in the parking lot. Extinguished fire and spoke with several subjects on the scene who advised they did not witness anything. All ok.
  • Suspicious Person – Breedlove Dr. Female subject found sitting in the ditch. The Female advised she was sitting due to her being tired from walking. All appeared ok. The Female was sent on her way.
  • Dispute – Russell Dr; Hammond Park. A dispute between two parties in reference to custody of children. Situation mediated and remedies advised. Report taken.
  • Dispute – Nowell St. Officers made contact with a small group of individuals and they advised all was ok. All appears ok.
  • Dispute – Pizza Hut -In reference to two parties having a dispute with employees on location about their pizza not being ready. Parties separated. All ok.
  • Fight – Tractor Supply – In reference to two subjects fighting in the parking lot. Both subjects were gone when officers arrived.
  • Firearms – Pine Park & Lacy St. Report of shots fired in the area. Area checked, all ok.
  • Animal Complaint – Breedlove Dr. & W. Spring St. – In reference to a small K9 thrown out the window of a moving car and being hit. K9 was taken by a good Samaritan.
  • Loud Music – Walker Dr. – In reference to loud music. The homeowner was advised to turn it down.
  • Loitering – Golden Pantry in reference to a large group of subjects congregating after DA GRAND shut down. Subjects left upon Officer arrival.
  • Dispute – Hwy 78; Walton Truck Stop. Report of a dispute between a male and female subject on scene. Upon officers’ arrival, a physical fight between the parties was witnessed. After investigation, it was determined that the female subject was the primary aggressor. The female subject was placed under arrest for family violence battery but then subsequently released to E.M.S due to medical condition. Warrants were taken on the female subject for battery family violence. Report taken
  • Dispute – E. Spring St; Monroe Motor Inn. Two parties advised that they got into a dispute with their neighbor. The neighbor threatened the other party with a golf club. Parties did not wish to press charges due to neighbors’ mental state. The neighbor was cleared by EMS. He refused further treatment
  • Dispute – Turner St. Two subjects got into a verbal dispute. Wthe hile on scene, it was determined one had an active warrant on out of WCSO. Quantavious was arrested on said warrant.
  • Alarm – Pine Cir. The front door was open. Residence cleared. The homeowner returned home, all ok.
  • Dispute – E. Spring St., Monroe Motor Inn. in reference to a mental person trying to pay for his room but cards are declining. The manager wants him to go at 11 this date. We will back then.
  • Other law – W. Spring St., Haven Inn Family wanted money to rent a room. They will contact Fish.
  • Animal complaint – S. Madison Ave. Caller advised that dogs across the street on their own porch were not on leash. Call handled by phone.
  • Suspicious person – S. Broad St., CVS. A subject was arrested, transported to MPD fingerprinted for criminal damage to property in the 2nd degree, transported to WCSO for damaging machine inside of the store.
  • Damage to Property – Mountain View Dr. Complainant advised that he did not want to press charges for the damage to his vehicle.
  • Damage to Property – Ref. damage to a vehicle possibly by a bullet. Complainant stated her son’s vehicle was damaged near the airport. She wanted to pass the info along to the police.
  • Dispute – Towler St. Ref to an incident that occurred. Report taken Property Damage – Forest St. Ref damage to a window. Report taken.

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