The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incident for the period Aug. 13 – 20, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the third part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.
Stolen Vehicle – West Marable St. Ref to a White Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD stolen from this residence. Vehicle was placed on GCIC as stolen.
Stolen vehicle – South Broad St., MPD. Complainant reported his 2001 Honda Accord was taken after July 30. Possibly sold for parts by subject. Report taken.
Suspicious vehicle – HW11 and Nicholasville Rd. heading into the city with unrestrained juveniles. Walton County Sheriff’s Office stopped vehicle before it reached city limits.
Traffic Stop – Charlotte Rowell Blvd at Double Springs Church Rd Conn. Motorcycle was stopped for no tag on display. The driver was taken into custody where he was finger printed and released on copy for OCGA 40-5-121 Driving while license is suspended. Report taken.
Dispute – Custom Way. In reference to dispute with landlord. Contact made with complainant en route to scene who advised call unfounded, law enforcement services not needed.
Dispute – S Madison Ave. In reference to complainant and ex-girlfriend. Parties on scene involved in verbal dispute regarding BBQ grill that was voluntarily left on location and then subsequently given away. Both parties advised of civil remedies. Report taken.
Fight – Hammock Park. In reference to several subjects fighting in the parking lot. Subjects disbursed upon officer arrival. Subjects still on location advised two females were fighting and were gone prior to officer arrival.
Suspicious Person – E Church St. In reference to subjects ringing complainant’s doorbell. Complainant advised someone continuously ringing doorbell at her residence. Residence and area checked; all appears ok.
Dispute – S Broad St. Chevron. In reference to subjects inside the store refusing to leave.
Area Check – E Washington St at S Broad St. In reference to about 30 teens tearing up property. All parties are now gone per complainant. Spoke to both parties involved in accident at Hammock Park and they advised that they are going to handle it between themselves and did not request a report to be taken. One of the parties involved requested to have a report made. GEARS report made.
Dispute – N Broad St. Deer Acres Inn. In reference to subject that assaulted the complainant. Parties separated before arrival.
Traffic Stop – N Broad St At Nowell St. Vehicle was stopped for driving on the roadway with no tail lights activated. During investigation the driver was taken into custody for OCGA 40-5-121 Driving on Suspended license and City Ordinance 62-1 Disorderly Conduct. He was fingerprinted and released on copy of citation. Report taken.
Dispute – Towler St. Per both parties, verbal dispute in reference to location of personal property in apartment complex parking lot. Situation mediated. All ok.
Mental Subject – W Spring St. Officer’s stood by while EMS picked up a mental evaluation patient after the subject made threats to fight with and flee from EMS. The subject was compliant and was transported without incident.
Traffic Stop – Hwy 78W at Hwy 138 Exit. Subject was arrested and charged with headlight req., open container, poss sch II (oxycodone), poss sch II (MDMA), poss marijuana less than one ounce, and drugs to be kept in original container.
Burglary Attempt – Spruce Lane – Complainant called in reference to her window being broken from the outside. Report taken; no entry was made into the residence.
Fight – Sherwood Dr -Anonymous female caller stated two black males were fighting in the street. Contact made with subject who advised he was in a fight with an unknown male who left in an unknown location.
Other Law – Custom Way: In reference to Code Enforcement needs assistance in dealing with subject on a civil matter.
DOA -East Washington Street: in reference to deceased.
Hit and Run – W. Spring St. – In reference to a white truck, hit the complainant’s gray Charger and took off. Report taken.