MPD Reports: Assault and domestic violence fears at the hospital; more counterfeit $100 bills

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The City of Monroe Police Department reports the following incidents for the period Nov. 28 to Dec. 5, 2019. Due to the length of the report, it has been split into five parts. This is the third part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Traffic Stop – Hwy 78 at Charlotte Rowell; Driver arrested for a suspended license and expired tag. Vehicle towed by Jays. The driver was released on copy from the PD. 
  • Suspicious Vehicle / Person – W. Fambrough St; John Massey was on location going through a dumpster. John was arrested for possession of methamphetamine.
  • Damage to Property – W. Marable St.: Complainant stated that a red SUV struck his red wagon. He wanted it to be documented. Report taken.
  • Person hit by Auto – W. Spring St. – Subject collided into the victim’s shopping cart causing the victim to fall on the ground. The victim had minor injuries and her son took her to the hospital.
  • Dispute – Ash Lane in reference in reference to a subject complaining about the homeowner telling her grandson to kick open his bedroom door to let the dogs out the cage. Complainant was advised that even though she’s the homeowner she cannot infringe on a renter’s privacy. She was also advised on the eviction process if she no longer wants renter in her residence.
  • Dispute – S. Lumpkin St. Civil matter report had already been taking by day shift, they just had more questions on the eviction process.
  • Threats – West Spring St. Piedmont Walton ER. in reference to ER wanting information due to wanted subject out of WCSO being a security risk for ER. Victim of domestic assault was being seen at the ER and ER staff was afraid suspect may attempt to come to the Hospital.
  • Assault -Piedmont Walton. Female in a room did not want to speak with the police, she did not want to say what happened or where, she would not provide any information.
  • Damage to property – W. Spring St., Walmart. In reference to the subject striking a pole and damaging her vehicle. Pole sustained no damage.
  • Dispute – Booth Dr. Non-domestic dispute. Complainant advised her friend threw coffee in her apartment and slapped her face. Complainant advised she would prefer to go to Magistrate court to attempt to swear a warrant out herself. Report declined at this time.
  • Overdose – W. Spring St. in reference to subject overdosing on Meth. Turned over to EMS.
  • Harassment – S. Broad St. – MPD. The complainant stated she received threatening messages from a subject over Facebook.
  • Counterfeit – W. Spring St. – Quick Food Mart in reference to subject passing a counterfeit $100 bill. Contact was made with the subject stating he received the money from someone else and his father paid the store back.
  • Harassment – E. Spring St. – Lazarus Vintage Revival. The complainant stated she located human feces around the back door. Extra patrol requested in regards to possible homeless people loitering in the area.
  • Stolen Vehicle – S. Madison Ave. – Boys and Girls Club in reference to complainant advising that her 1996 Olds Mobile Ciera is being driven by subject without her permission. She stated she allowed another subject who is her ex-boyfriend to borrow the vehicle. She stated he has been allowing the subject to drive the vehicle. She stated he lied to her and stated that the vehicle was broken down. Officer made contact with the subject allowed to drive who advised he would get the vehicle returned to the complainant.
  • Trespassing – E. Church St. in reference to a subject refusing to leave the property. He was issued a criminal trespass warning and escorted off the property.
  • Meet with Officer – Hillside Dr. in reference to complainant stating her neighbor came to her porch telling her to stop terrorizing his dog with a leaf blower.

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