MPD Reports: Knife assault, civil disputes and nurse injured by patient

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period May 28 to June 4, 2020. 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.

  • Damage to Property – Felker St. in reference to the complainant having the wooden fence behind his residence vandalized. 
  • Intoxicated driver – S. Madison Ave. The subject failed to maintain lane and collided into 1333 South Madison’s mailbox and left the scene of the accident. He then collided into a ditch in the County on HWY 11. Walton County Deputy towed his vehicle and EMS transported him to Piedmont Walton Hospital. He received charges of Driving Under the Influence Less safe drugs, Failure to maintain the lane, Hit & Run, Striking a fixed object citation. He was released on his citations.
  • Armed subject – N. Madison Ave. – In reference to a complaint about a female subject assaulting the victim with a knife. She was arrested for Aggravated Assault.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – W. Spring St. (McDoanlds): In reference to a green Toyota occupied 5 white males cutting off traffic in drive-thu. Area check. Negative contact.
  • Entering Auto – Radford St.; In reference to two vehicles, a Trailblazer and a Sable, being gone through.
  • Dispute – W. Washington St. In reference to Blake Hancock sleeping on the front porch of the residence. Hancock was advised to leave the location. Hancock left without further incident.
  • Civil Issue – Etten Dr. Civil issue between roommate over smoking areas on location. Situation mediated.
  • Dispute – Tanglewood Dr. in reference to two people having an argument. No violence was offered by either party involved. During the investigation, it was discovered that one suspect had active warrants out of Walton County Sheriff’s Office. WCSO confirmed the warrant and placed a hold. The subject was arrested for his warrants and transported to WCSO. No charges filed concerning the altercation with the other suspect.
  • Civil Dispute – Carwood Dr. In reference to the resident’s boyfriend harassing the resident’s family trying to find her. Civil remedies advised.
  • EMS Assist – Atha St. Homeowner called 911 because her husband was seizing and foaming at the mouth. Turned over to EMS on the scene.
  • Fireworks – Mill St. Complainant stated that there were fireworks in the area. Area was checked and fireworks were being discharged at a private residence. All OK.
  • Assault – Complainant stated that a man threatened them in Felker Park with a flashlight and possibly a firearm. Area was searched with negative contact.
  • Civil Dispute – Nowell St. In reference to the previous call at Carwood. Civil remedies advised.
  • Fight – Skyline Trace. Kids on location in a verbal dispute, they were advised to go home, no fight at this time.
  • Flag Down – ALS Tires/N. Broad. Complainant flagged down officer stating she had a verbal argument with her boyfriend and didn’t feel safe at home due to past domestic violence history. She stated she would stay elsewhere for the evening.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Plaza Tr. in between Country Grove and Highland Villas in reference to a abandoned silver ford explorer with TX tag. Vehicle appears to have sat abandoned at another location for a long period of time. Vehicle tagged.
  • Vehicle accident-unknown – W. Spring St. Huddle House. Actual location behind Quality Foods. City of Monroe garbage truck struck power pole with live wires laying across truck, driver entrapment. Monroe Utility Network and Georgia State Patrol responded, TOT GSP.
  • Dispute – Heritage Dr. Dispute between caregiver and patient. Remedies were advised, parties separated. Report Taken.
  • Assault – Breedlove Dr., Ridgeview Mental Health. A patient possibly broke a nurses’ arm, the nurse was not on location and will call back upon return.
  • Dispute – Etten Dr. in reference to a situation that occurred last date. No altercation happened today. Remedies advised.
  • Harassment – Green St. Complainant advised harassing phone calls from former roommate. Complainant also reported damage to a front window screen between 5/23/20 and 5/28/20.
  • Dispute – Walton Truck Stop. Subject attempting to get his SS money from his mother who lives on Laboone Rd. Mother is legal payee. Advised civil issue and remedies.
  • Foot Patrol – Downtown. Officers patrolled down town in reference to a possible protest. EMS Assist – W. Spring St; Harry’s. White Male, subject taking nap on sidewalk. All ok.
  • Fire Assist – W. Spring St. Bush on fire behind Home Depot. CID and Fire Marshal Handled. Thomas Jordan arrested for several fires that occurred around town.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Plaza Trace. A second call reference the vehicle from the previous call. All ok.
  • Animal Complaint – Wheel House Ln. Black Snake in the backyard. All ok.
  • Suicide Threats – Alcovy St; GA Probation. Subject was gone prior to officers’ arrival.
  • Dispute – GW Carver Dr. Occurred over night and victim was in South Carolina at time of call. Handled over phone.
  • Citizen flag down – S. Broad St., MPD. in reference to a citizen delivering deserts to officers. All ok
  • Foot Patrol – Downtown. Officers patrolled downtown in reference to a protest.
  • Suicide Threat – E. Spring St. – In reference to female subject reporting that her male friend, was making the statement he wanted to hurt himself. Contact was made with the subject who stated that he did not want to do any harm to himself. Subject was given a ride to the Haven Inn.
  • Domestic Dispute – W. Fambrough St. In reference to a dispute between two subjects over relationship problems. Female subject admitted to harming herself tonight due to having a miscarriage recently. Subject voluntary went to the hospital. Situation mediated.
  • Theft Report – Store House Ct. In reference to stolen identity. Complainant was advised of remedies.
  • Possible DUI – Heritage Ridge Dr. Contact was made with the subject prior to the vehicle being put into motion. Subject stayed on location and did not drive.
  • Entering Auto – Armistead Cir. Complainant advised she saw a male subject going through her vehicle, she advised the male subject took off running. she was unable to provide a description or DOT. Report denied.
  • Entering Auto – Reed Way. Due to earlier entering autos, officer conducted patrols in the area and discovered more entered vehicles. No property reported stolen reports denied. Email sent to CID in reference to security footage at Reed Way.

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