MPD Reports: Extra patrols at restaurants as safety precaution following robberies elsewhere

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The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period June 6 – 12, 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.

  • Traffic Stop – at E. Church St. and S. Madison Ave. Vehicle stopped for failure to use turn signal and no insurance. Vehicle was impounded by Taylor’s and citation issued.
  • Traffic Stop – on S. Broad St at E. Fambrough St.:  Subject stopped for a brake light violation and was found to have no valid license. He taken into custody and transported to the PD for fingerprints. He was released on copy.
  • Traffic Stop / Mental Subject – on W. Spring Street at Home Depot. The subject was transported to Piedmont-Walton for a mental evaluation.
  • Fraud – Tall Oaks W. Complainant advised that her mother used money on her debit card. Her mother resides in Alabama.
  • TPO violation – E. Church St.- Jack Peters Store. The subject in the area.  All was ok.  Conflicting stories and No evidence could be provided.
  • Heavy Patrol – open restaurants due to Armed Robbery in Newton County of a restaurant as it was closing.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Woodland Rd. in reference to a SUV unable to maintain lane. Contact made upon the driver reaching home. During welfare check driver provided false name and dob and false documentation.  Arrest Made, Report Taken.
  • Road Blocked – Selman Dr. / McDaniel St. in reference to fallen tree branches. The roadway was cleared.
  • Welfare Check – S. Madison Ave. in reference to checking on individual who went to the hospital earlier this week. His employer stated that he showed back up at work on Thursday and had to go home because he wasn’t feeling well. He stated that was the last time anyone had contact. Officer attempted to make contact at all three doors but could not get anyone to the door. Subject’s vehicle was on location and a bedroom light was on inside the residence.
  • Dispute – King Street in reference to two juvenile brothers on location in a physical altercation. Mother was advised and responded to the scene. All ok.
  • Welfare Check / Traffic Stop – MLK Jr Blvd – Tractor Supply in reference to a yellow van occupied by a female passenger and male driver seen on the roadway with a juvenile in the female’s lap. Officer observed the vehicle leave the parking lot of Tractor Supply with a small juvenile inside. A traffic stop was conducted in front of Chick-fil-a. The driver, was arrested for driving with no license, given a citation for child safety restraint, and a warning for a brake light violation. He was fingerprinted and released on copy of the citation.
  • Follow Up – Rose Ison Terrace in reference to checking on the complainant. Officers spoke with the complainant and she had indeed been assaulted by Clark. Clark was arrested for Aggravated Assault x4, Aggravated Stalking, Terroristic Threats x2, and Theft by Receiving Stolen Property (Firearm).
  • Transport – MPD. Ryan Clark was transported to the Walton County Jail.
  • Follow Up – S. Madison Ave. in reference to making contact with the subject. The officer was advised that the subject had just been released from ICU. A second attempt was made, and officers were finally able to make contact. The subject stated he was still very ill but refused medical treatment. The complainant was advised

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