The City of Monroe Police Departments reported the following incidents for the period Oct. 8 – 15, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the final part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.
Fire Assist – Wellington Dr – In reference to a closet on fire. Fire was put out by homeowner prior to arrival. Turned over to the fire department.
Found Property – Piedmont Pkwy. Complainant reports finding a 511 Medical bag in the field.
Panic Alarm – West Spring St., Check into Cash. Employees on location advised it was a test of system after previous armed robbery, all ok.
Fraud – North Broad St., Magnolias Complainant reported credit card theft. It occurred on her personal card and she lives in Winder, she was advised to contact Winder PD.
Suspicious vehicle – North Broad St., and East Marable St.- Ref to an 18 wheeler failing to maintain lane. Driver was stopped and uncooperative, arrested for DUI by Georgia State Patrol. Vehicle impounded by Taylors.
Missing Person – Classic Trail. Resident reported her daughter missing since last date. Report taken and the daughter was added to GCIC.
Dispute – Turner St. Verbal dispute between three subjects. One does not live on location and was told to leave and did so.
Assault Law – Douglas St. Ref to an incident that happened last date. Complainant stated her husband is abusive. She was advised remedies and given a case card. Husband was advised remedies.
Drug complaint – Wall St. Anon caller advised of a white Ford Expedition on its way to Wall St. to buy or sell meth. Vehicle was stopped at Jack Peters by Joint Ops, Turned over to Joint Ops.
Theft Report – Turner St. In reference to complainant reporting that someone stole her grandson’s bike. Complainant called back after Officer took report to advised they had found the bike.
Dispute – S Broad St. CVS – In reference to complainant having a verbal dispute with her sister over living arrangements. Situation was mediated and parties were sent on their way.
Dispute – S Madison Ave. In reference to male and female having a dispute over money. Civil dispute between the complainant and ex-boyfriend over $300 that is supposed to be paid every month on the 14th. All parties were separated without incident. Remedies were advised.
Entering Auto – Plaza Tr. Highland Village. In reference to a tall male walking around looking into vehicles. Contact was made with subject who stated he was walking to his residence. He did not have any items on him consistent with breaking into vehicles.