MPD Reports: Reckless driver was elderly man not supposed to be driving

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period June 11 – 18, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the second part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Narcotics – S. Broad St. in reference to an unknown subject leaving possible narcotics on location overnight. 
  • Suspicious Person – S. Madison Ave. (Felker Park): In reference to a man sleeping under the pavilion during the night hours. Contact made with the subject who was homeless and eating his lunch. Subject was advised not to be on location during the nighttime.
  • Threats – W. Spring St. in reference to a supervisor was threatened by an employee. Subject advised he wanted to let a Officer know that an ex-employee told him to not let him catch him outside of work.
  • Unknown – Sporty Lane in reference to a female requesting officers and disconnecting. Contact made with the subject on location stating a verbal dispute had occurred, but all parties dispersed prior to officer arrival.
  • Dispute – Meadow Walk Dr. In reference to a female subject disputing with her daughter over storage items. She was having a mental episode and the daughter was advised of remedies.
  • Threats – Chestnut Lane in reference to complainant receiving unwanted voicemails from her ex-boyfriend, who has bond conditions to stay away from the residence and no contact. Report taken.
  • Welfare Check – Plaza Trace in reference to an older male with dementia and living alone. Made contact with the daughter about her dad and living conditions.
  • Speeding Motorist – HWY 78 at Cowen Rd. in reference to a Red F-350 running people off of the roadway. A traffic stop was conducted and the driver was a 79-year-old that was not supposed to be driving. A family member picked the driver up.
  • Rape – Green St.; In reference to the complainant finding blood in her daughter’s underwear. Her daughter was inappropriately touched by a classmate. Report Taken
  • Violation TemporaryProtection Order – Baron Dr. in reference to a subject calling 911 because the person who had served him with a TPO was at his neighbor’s house. She left the neighbor’s apartment.
  • Damage to Property – E. Fambrough St. Complainant called to report a possible burglary. She stated that although the rear window was cracked, no damage to it was noted and nothing seemed to be taken. Report taken.
  • Suspicious Person – CVS. In reference to male sleeping outside the entrance to the store. He was sent on his way.
  • Shoplifting – Beautyville. A Female had shoplifted clothing from the store and left in an unknown vehicle.
  • Unsecure Premises – S. Madison. Reference to the open door of a vacant residence. Made contact with the subject who advised she had just moved in. Made contact with the landlord who confirmed the subject did have permission to be on the property.
  • Traffic Stop – Deer Acres. Reference to a gold Honda Accord stopped for brake light requirements. Further investigation led to the arrest of the driver for Driving on a suspended license and Possession of Drug related objects.
  • Child Custody – S. Broad St. Civil options explained to all parties. Referred to the courts. All ok
  • Fight – Ash Lane. Complainant stated there was an active fight in front of the shot house. Crowd dispersed upon the officer’s arrival. One subject cited for disorderly conduct.
  • Dispute – Edward St. & Glen Iris. in reference to motorist yelling at each other. All ok. Area searched with negative contact.
  • Dispute – Davis St. in reference to a woman making a complaint of her neighbors threatening her. She was advised of civil remedies.
  • Suspicious Person – E. Church & S. Broad. In reference to a subject sleeping in one of the park hammocks. The Subject was sent on his way.
  • Suspicious Person – Walton Truck Stop. In reference to a man who appeared to be unconscious in his vehicle. Contact was made. The man advised that he was sleeping.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Atha St. Chevron. Reference to a couple sitting in a car at Chevron while business was closed. Both subjects advised of business hours.

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