MPD Reports: DUIs, hit-and-runs, children fighting and domestic disputes

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Feb. 8 – 14, 2019. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the first part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Dispute, Walker Dr., complainant disputing with ex-girlfriend over personal issues. Not a family violence situation, parties separated. Report taken.
  • Dispute, New Lacy St., reference to complainant calling. His friend advised all was OK and the complainant was having a mental health issue.
  • Area Check, Carver Place, reference to a child knocking on the caller door and running.
  • Theft, Reed St., reference to the theft of a push Lawn Mower, a Generator, and Pressure washer. Report taken
  • Traffic Stop, Hwy 136/West Spring St., named sovereign citizen stopped for an expired tag. Passenger Emily Hanhart was arrested for an outstanding warrant out of the Walton County Sheriff’s Office and disorderly contact. The vehicle towed by Wrecker Service
  • Traffic Stop, West Spring St., reference to stopping subject for taillights lens required. She was arrested for driving while license suspended.
  • Dispute, Landers St., two subjects were involved in a domestic in Gwinnett County.  Female called once she arrived home to the door being locked.  No domestic took place in Monroe.  She was advised of remedies.  All ok.
  • Burglary, Reed St., reference to complainant catching, Johnathan Ellison on his property attempting to steal items. Ellison was arrested for Burglary, Possession of Cocaine, and Crossing the Guard Lines with Narcotics.
  • Agency Assist, Hwy 138/Michael Etchison, reference to shutting down the roadway due to a fatality wreck that occurred in the County.
  • Meet With, Monroe Motor Inn, reference to a male subject needing somewhere to stay. Made contact with the FISH who advised if subject needed a place to stay, they will have the Sheriff’s Office give him a ride to the Salvation Army. The subject was advised of that information.
  • Damage to Property, South Broad St., met with the complainant who stated that named female took his cell phone and damaged it. Criminal Trespass was issued to the complainant and different female subject. Report Taken.
  • Theft Report, South Madison Ave., reference to complainant paying $650 to a named subject to rent a home Michael Circle. The home wasn’t being rented out by the named subject but by someone else. Report taken.
  • Shoplifting, West Spring St., subjects left in a red Chevy Cavalier. An older white female and younger white female shoplifted approximately $313 worth of items from the store.  The items were recovered but the females fled the store.  The younger female got into the red car and the older female went towards Murphy’s and got into another vehicle.
  • Vehicle Collison, South Broad St., Johns Supermarket, 2 vehicles, no injuries. One of the parties involved had a failure to appear warrant out of Auburn PD. Arrest made, Report taken.
  • Suspicious Person with Weapon, East Spring St., Young black male wearing a red bandana that has a gun in his waistband Contact made with two male subjects who had a ratchet and socket in their pants for working on their bicycles. All ok currently.
  • Theft, South Madison Ave., complainant stated that someone took $190 dollars in cash from her purse. Report Taken.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Custom Way, mother called because her juvenile daughter walked away. Juvenile returned before officer arrival, All ok at this time.
  • EMS Assist, East Church St., subject heavily intoxicated passed out in the front yard.  Relatives arrived on the scene and transported him home.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Hwy 78/Unisia Dr., Vehicle ran traffic light White truck and green Altima possibly road raging. Negative contact.
  • Hit and Run, South Broad St., Hardees, Walter McFalls was involved in a single vehicle accident and was arrested for driving under the influence – drugs by Georgia State Patrol. Further investigation linked him to a possible overdose male subject who was stabilized at Piedmont Walton.
  • Follow Up, from above shoplifting call, South Hubbard St., Peggy Haynes and Allison Haynes arrested for Shoplifting from earlier Walmart call. Supplement to be added.
  • Domestic, South Broad St., male and female subjects involved in an altercation. No domestic ties. Female’s mother requested to have male criminally trespassed from her residence. Male was issued a CT warning.
  • Dispute, Ash Lane, reference to a dispute between two subjects. Both subjects were gone when officers arrived. No FV.
  • Dispute, Greenwood Dr., residence of subject’s reference to an autistic juvenile calling 911 because she thought she heard her parents fighting. No dispute.
  • Traffic Stop, the subject arrested for driving with no valid license. Also cited for no insurance, obstructed windshield. Vehicle impounded by Jays, the subject was released on a copy of the citation.
  • Dispute, Morrow St., mother advised that her son was smoking marijuana in her house.  She stated she was upset that he had drugs in her house.  Officers spoke to the son who stated he flushed the weed that was left down the toilet.  Mother was advised of remedies.  Situation mediated.
  • Traffic stop, North Broad St., Tanglewood, Alex Almond was stopped for a tag light violation. Alex had an active warrant and was placed under arrest without incident.
  • Traffic Stop, Hwy 138/West Spring St., Fred Schwiederek arrested for Henry County warrants. Report taken.
  • Dispute, Carwood Dr., the complainant advised his child’s mother just showed up at his house and he wanted her to leave.  Child’s mother stated she wanted to give the complainant a necklace.  Officers stood by while she gave him the necklace.  No dispute occurred.
  • Suspicious Person, Davis St., Pine Park, an officer noticed a subject attempting to ride a bike but was having a hard time. After making contact officer determined that he was under the influence of alcohol. He was placed under arrest without incident.
  • Fight, McDonald’s, reference to an unknown male subject fighting with staff. Subject was GOA in an unknown vehicle and direction.
  • Dispute, South Broad St., complainant calling, reference to named female subject on the scene causing a disturbance. Complainant declined a report. Verbal only, of the party’s situation.
  • Escort, Tanglewood Dr., reference to a male subject needing a ride home because his friend did not want him on location anymore.
  • Meet With, High School Ave./East Church St., county units on scene in reference to attempted entering autos, Officers conducted an extensive area check. Vehicle tag of the possible suspect vehicle obtained by an officer. Unable to make contact with vehicle owners at this time.
  • Dispute, Booth St./Tyler St., daughter advised her mother’s boyfriend was trying to “run” the house and she did not like it.  She stated he beats her mother and yells at her.  She advised nothing happened on this date but didn’t know what else to do but call the Police.  No law was violated, and a dispute did not happen on this date.  She was advised of remedies.
  • Dispute, Sorrels St., complainant advised named male subject was at her residence for the night.  The two got in a verbal argument and named subject broke her phone.  He then left on foot.  The complainant stated she was going to get a temporary protection order against him.  She was advised of remedies.  Report Taken
  • Theft, Wheeler St., complainant stated a named subject took some pills from her father. Report Taken.
  • Juvenile complaint, Reed Way, reference juvenile sending sexually explicit photos.
  • Dispute, West Spring St., reference to complainant losing $300 inside the store and claiming the clerk took it. Report taken.
  • Shoplifting, W. Spring St (Walmart) female subject was arrested for shoplifting.  She was released on a copy of citation after the booking process
  • Juvenile Complaint, South Madison Ave., 14-year-old being unruly and refusing to go to school, he would later be transported to Ridgeview per his mother’s request
  • Alarm, Blaine St., dispute between male and female subjects. Parties were separated and a male was served with a notice of prohibited entry from the Bridge of Georgia.
  • Dispute, Towler St., complainant advised that she wanted two people to leave after they had been on location for only 3 days.  Parties were separated.

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