MPD Reports: False stolen vehicle report after motorist involved in accident leaves the scene

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The City of Monroe Police Department reports the following incidents for the period 9 – 16, 2020. 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.

  • Warrant Pick Up – Athens-Clarke County – In reference to subject arrested for failure to appear on Disorderly Conduct charge. Transported to Walt County Sheriff’s Office. 
  • Suicide Threats – S. Broad St. (Lee Legacy Personnel care) – In reference to a 74-year-old making threats. Subject having issues with staff.
  • Harassment – E. Washington St. – In reference to complainant getting harassing calls from someone in Winder. Report taken.
  • Civil Issue – Bold Spring Rd in reference to the complainant did not get her gas after paying for it. Gone on arrival.
  • Dispute – Ash Ln. Dispute after a male had crashed his vehicle into another car. The driver left the scene on foot. The owner of the vehicle called stating his car had just been stolen. Upon further investigation, it was determined that the vehicle was not stolen. The driver was arrested for false report of a crime, further charges pending.
  • Dispute – Green St. in reference to a verbal argument between the complainant and a boyfriend. Both parties were separated.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – N. Broad St. in reference to a semi-truck in the parking lot. During Officer investigation, the subject was placed under arrest for Driving Under the Influence.
  • Mental person – Magnolia Ter. The caller advised that acid was falling from her roof and coming out the walls. She refused EMS and was advised that she is ok and needs to get some sleep.
  • Mental health – Piedmont Walton. The subject calmed down and restrained prior to the officer’s arrival.
  • Dispute – Lawrence St. x Mears St. in reference to complainant wanting her clothes from her ex- boyfriend. She was advised of the civil process to obtain property.
  • Meet With – S. Broad St.: In reference to a subject having a question with Civil Matters. The Civil Process was explained to the subject.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – W. Spring St. / Pinecrest Dr.: In reference to subjects asking for money for gas. Contact was made with two subjects at Hardee’s parking lot. Both parties were advised of the City ordinance on panhandling.
  • Dispute – N. Midland Ave. in reference to the complainant’s argument with a boyfriend. Situation mediated.
  • Illegal Parking – W. Spring St. in reference to over 10 vehicles illegally parked (including the complainants) causing handicap vehicles to not be able to park properly. All Vehicles and additional vehicles blocking fire lanes moved.
  • Illegal Burn – Douglas St.: In reference to subject burning building materials. The subject was advised could not do that and was given a verbal warning.
  • Animals in Road – Old Athens Hwy. In reference to cows in the roadway. Cows went into woods and unable to locate.
  • Meet With – Plaza Dr.: In reference to someone has been into her brother’s apartment. The Civil process was explained to the complainant.
  • Burglary – Overlook Tl; Two subjects were arrested and charged with burglary of one of the subject’s ex-girlfriend’s residence while she was away at rehab.
  • Dispute – Moe’s. The staff advised that a white female was on location and upset because they overcharged her. She was gone when officers arrived, all 10-4.
  • Wanted person -Athens Clark Jail. Male on location ready for pick up was transported to the Walton County Jail.
  • Dispute/Med Call – McDonalds W. Spring St. and Mlk Jr. Blvd. in reference to an intoxicated male who stated he fell on the freshly mopped floor. The subject’s family was the only ones inside and there were properly placed signs as well as the employee who was clearly able to be seen moping in the area of the table. The subject and his family were advised to contact McDonald’s corporate if they wish to try to pursue action against McDonald’s. Turned over to EMS.

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