MPD Reports: Armed robbery, shoplifting and Doritos bag removed from cat’s head

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period April 11 – 17, 2019. 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.

  • Dispute – Plaza Drive in reference to a verbal dispute between two parties. Parties were separated.
  • Dispute – Peirce St. – Subject kicked over a garbage can at a residence. She informed officers that she wanted to kill herself and wanted to go to the hospital.  She was taken to Piedmont Walton.
  • Armed Robbery – N. Broad St. at Deer Acres Inn  – Complainant was robbed at gunpoint of her purse while standing outside her room.  The suspect is a heavy-set black male in a silver mid-2000 Honda Civic Coupe.
  • Warrant Served – N. Broad St. at Deer Acres Inn – Christopher Mills was arrested on a Probation Violation warrant out of Walton County Sherriff’s Office.  He was hiding in the shower in a room.
  • Animal Problem – E. Fambrough St. – In reference to a cat with a bag on its head.  The cat was located with a Doritos bag on its head.  The bag was removed.
  • 911 Hang-up – Cook Place – Upon arrival three male subjects found within a black passenger car. The driver fled on foot. Passengers, James Fewquay and Quindarius Crutchfield were arrested for Disorderly Conduct.  Both also had an outstanding warrant for their arrest. Subjects turned over to jail on citations. Report Made.
  • Custody Dispute – S. Madison Ave – Felker Park. The complainant stated her ex-husband did not show up for their son’s soccer game with their son. She was advised of remedies. Report taken upon request.
  • Damage to Property – Cook St. – Complainant stated that someone broke a bedroom window to her residence last night while she was gone. Extra Patrol Requested. Report taken.
  • Theft Report – W. Spring St. – Walmart. Virginia Morgan was arrested on 6 counts of shoplifting that occurred between January and April. She was arrested and fingerprinted. She was released on copy of citations.
  • Shoplifting – S. Broad St. in reference to a subject allegedly putting items into a backpack and locking himself in the bathroom. Officers made contact with the subject and searched his bookbag. No stolen items were located. The subject was banned from Ian Henderson’s Antiques at their request.

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