MPD Reports: Man allegedly attempts to run over wife; apartment burglarized

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The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Jan. 30 – Feb. 6, 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.

  • Juvenile Complaint – E. Fambrough St. – In reference to a 10-year-old being home alone. Contact made with the juvenile who advised his grandpa was next door watching the super bowl and everything was ok. Officer had contact with a family friend on location who was staying with the child. 
  • Harassment – GW Carver Dr. – Complainant reported her son’s stepmom and her were calling and sending rude messages via, Facebook to complain about her son. Complainant advised she blocked them and told them to stop contacting her. The complainant wanted to file a report in case they continued to harass her.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Popular Ct. Two vehicles were parked at the end of the street. The occupants were advised to leave the area.
  • Shoplifting – W. Spring St.- Walmart – Subject was arrested and taken to jail for shoplifting $350.70 worth of merchandise.
  • Dispute – Magnolia Trace. Complainant advised officers that her husband attempted to run her over with her car at the Monroe Motor Inn. Complainant said that husband refuses to bring her car back to her. Options were advised.
  • Other Law – N. Midland Ave. In reference to complainant wants to speak with an officer. The complainant is waiting for a ride from a friend to take her to Advantage for an appointment this morning.
  • Theft – Kings Ridge Road in reference to a theft of a computer bag out of the vehicle. The complainant does not know where the theft occurred at. Complainant will call back at a later time due to he did not have all of the necessary information for a report.
  • Meet With – S. Broad St.: In reference to the complainant having a question about an ongoing issue she is having with family members. Civil process and TPO process was explained to the complainant.
  • Follow up – W. Marable St. in reference to dispute from previous date. Parties were advised to have no contact.
  • Loud Music – Spruce Lane in reference to a residence on Spruce Lane playing their music too loud. Music was turned down.
  • Animal Complaint – On Wayne Street and McDaniel – In reference to a person dragging a dog on a golf cart. No contact.
  • Mental Health – Springer Ln. In reference to complainant claiming someone attempted to break in her home and then threatened to kill her. No evidence was found to corroborate this. Transported to the Chevron at Baron and Church. Picked up by her daughter.
  • Entering auto – W. Creek Cir. Complainant stated that around noon or 1300 this date that someone went into her unlocked vehicle and stole a deposit that she had from work. Report taken.
  • Damage to Property – Rivermist. In reference to an auto accident that happened at Big Lots parking lot earlier in the day. Report taken.
  • Burglary – Ridge Rd. In reference to complainants’ apartment being burglarized. Entry was made through the glass rear door. 2 Xboxes, a DVD player, $200 in cash and a Visa gift card taken. Prints were recovered. Report taken.
  • Damage to property – Claywill Cir. Complainant stated she had returned home from work and noticed that her vehicle had been damaged and possible involved in an accident. According to her, there are several people on the location that could have drove her car, but they advised they did not and that the keys were still missing. Report taken.
  • Threats – Magnolia St. In reference to threats made to the complainant. Complainant had a physical altercation with another male, and that male made threats to shoot him. Advised complainant to contact 911 if any further contact was made
  • Dispute/shots fired – Davis St. Complainant stated that people were on location and refused to leave. A verbal dispute started and that s when someone fired a gun. No one was hit and no shell casing were located. Report taken.
  • Warrant Served – East Point PD. Inmate transport and warrant service complete on a subject.
  • Suspicious Person – S. Madison / Davis St.: In reference to 2 black males harassing inmates behind the historic court house. Area check. Negative contact.
  • Mental – Shamrock Dr.: in reference to a patient possible having an anxiety attack. Turned over to EMS.
  • EMS Assist – Walker Dr. in reference to 86-year-old female having difficulty breathing and the door is locked. Turned over to EMS.
  • Damaged Property – W. Spring St., Quality Foods in reference to Red Nissan Pathfinder damaged in the parking lot.
  • Shoplifting – N. Broad St. in reference to employees stealing lottery tickets.
  • Illegal Parking – S. Madison Ave.: In reference to 7 illegally parked vehicles on Knight St. All Okay.
  • Theft – E. Spring St. – In reference to female employee faking customer returns. Subject not identified yet.
  • Other Law – Walker Dr: In reference to helping complainant to gain access to her residence.
  • Dispute – Douglas St. in reference to call 20. The owner wanted to know how to evict the complainant of a previous call.
  • Dispute – Wheel House Lane: In reference to a verbal argument between two subjects over living arrangements. Situation mediated and both parties separated.

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