MPD Reports: Family violence, domestic disputes and dog left in hot car

Post Advertisement

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Aug. 8 – 15, 2019. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the fourth part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Welfare Check – Ramesh Lane – In reference to complainant wanting police to check on children who were injured previous night while at a sleepover. Checked on children and spoke with parents. Report made due to a complaint of child cruelty by subject. No criminal activity present. Children had an accident and all parents informed by subject. Report taken. 
  • Non-violent Dispute – Old Mill Point: Complainant was upset that subject came over and grabbed a game control out of complainants’ residence. Complainant does not want the subject back on her property. The subject was verbally told to stay away. The situation was mediated.
  • Assault – W. Spring St.: Complainant said her boyfriend, Zackery Hall, struck her with a beer bottle on the head causing a large knot while holding his 2-year-old daughter. She also said he punched her in the mouth with a closed fist. This occurred at S. Madison Ave. Warrant to be taken for Family Violence-Battery and cruelty to children-3rd degree.
  • Area Check – Hwy 78 – In reference to a missing Dementia patient traveling towards Athens. Subject located in Oconee County.
  • Dispute – Stewart Ct. Jada Harper was involved in a domestic dispute with her father. During the course of the investigation, it was determined Jada was the primary aggressor and committed the offense of simple battery. She was placed in custody, fingerprinted and transported to Walton County Jail.
  • Runaway Juvenile – MPD parking lot. The complainant stated that his son left the house after he got in trouble for coming home late. Complainant did not want a report, and did not want to file him as missing at this time. He stated that he did not want to get him in trouble and just wanted officers to find him and bring him home. He was advised to call back should he not return soon.
  • Follow Up – Sweet Gum trail. Spoke with complainant again who stated that he spoke with his son who stated that he was coming home.
  • Juvenile Complaint – Area of Wheel House Ln. The caller advised that a black male with blue shorts and no shirt was kicking a door. Conducted an area check did not see the male. Attempted to contact with the complaint several times but was unable to.
  • Follow up – E. Marable. Juvenile on location stating that he was assaulted by his grandfather on Sweetgum. After speaking with juvenile and original complainant again, the complainant was arrested for Family Violence. DEFACS was contacted and the juvenile was allowed to stay with a friend for the night.
  • Harassment – Thompson Ridge – The complainant stated he had been getting harassing text messages from a subject. He stated that the subject was attempting to rent one of his properties and the deal fell through. The complainant requested a report be made just for documentation purposes and did not wish charges to be taken. Report taken.
  • Juvenile Complaint – Bridgeport Pl. Caller wanted information in reference to keeping other juveniles away from her residence while she was at work. Remedies were given. All okay.
  • Meet with Officer – E. Spring St. Female on location wanting a room. She had already used the FISH twice and was advised that they would not give her another room. County tried to give her a ride but she refused.
  • Dispute – Meadow Trace, a domestic dispute between a complainant and subject. The complainant was deemed the primary aggressor and arrested for Battery Family Violence.
  • Parking – Cook Pl. Large party on location people and cars in the roadway. Party was dispersed.
  • Inmate Transport – from Henry County Sheriff’s Office to Walton County Jail in reference to a local warrant out of Monroe Police.
  • Dispute – Sporty Lane Third party caller stated an active dispute was happening at this address. The caller stated subjects were fighting and one subject had a machete. Upon Officers’ arrival, contact was made with the occupant of residence on Sporty Lane who stated nobody had been at her residence and all was okay. Dispatch advised the caller was calling from Alabama and did not know the location of the dispute. The Sporty Lane address was the last address dispatch had for one of the parties involved. At this time Officers were unable to locate the dispute.
  • Shoplifting – Walmart. Employee stated a male attempted to leave the store without paying for multiple items. When the employee stopped the male to check his receipt, he dropped the items and ran out of the store. Due to the male not taking the items charges were not taken.
  • Dispute – New Lacy St. Complainant stated that her ex came to the house while she was gone and smashed all of her tv’s. Report taken, related to call previously.
  • Domestic – Bridgeport Pl.: Subject called stating his mom would not give him his money. The subject was not on location. Mother said the subject was there knocking on her door but she would not let him in. All okay.
  • Theft – W. Spring St. – In reference to a subject allegedly stealing wallet of the complainant from the counter of Beautyville. Warrant taken against the subject for theft by taking.
  • Illegal Dumping -Towler St. Caller stated that a red truck was dumping trash by the airport. No vehicle located and the only trash located was placed in a city dumpster.
  • Domestic Dispute – W. Creek Cir.; The complainant reported her former live-in boyfriend threatened her and then came to her mother’s residence. The former live-in boyfriend received a criminal trespass warning for this residence.
  • Animal Complaint – W. Spring St. in reference to dog in hot car. Dog was okay. Owner issued verbal warning to not leave the dog in a hot car.
  • Theft – Walker Dr. Complainant stated that his son’s bicycle was taken from the front yard between 2015 and 2030 hours. The bicycle was described as an orange Mongoose Legend bicycle. A short time later the bicycle was recovered at an apartment on Atha St. and returned to the complainant. Complainant did wish to press charges. At this time there is no suspect information.
  • Dispute – S. Broad; Complainant was arguing with his son over his involvement with individuals in the earlier bike theft.
  • Dispute – Tyler St. Complainant requested Officers to stand by while he picked up his clothing from his ex. All okay.

Dispute – Walker Dr. Officer was flagged down in reference to a domestic dispute between two people. During the course of the investigation, it was determined who was the alleged primary aggressor and she charged with battery family violence and taken into custody. 

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply