The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period June 25, 2020 – July 2, 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.
Damage to Property – S. Broad St. in reference to a tenant moving out and damaging residence owned by the
Suspicious person -High School Ave. in the area of Pilot Park in reference to subject walking down the street drunk and belligerent. Returned home to Ash ‘lane.
Shots fired – Cook Place in reference to a subject was shooting a shotgun into the yard. He received a citation for the discharging of a weapon in the City.
Dispute – E. Spring St. in reference to a mental evaluation patient was trying to walk out of the hospital. All okay.
Harassment – Shamrock Dr. in reference to complainant having her pictures on a fake Facebook page created by another subject.
Domestic Problem – B Nowell St.: In reference to having question regarding a Temporary Protection Order against a subject. Report taken.
Theft Report – Carwood Dr.; In reference to a bicycle stolen off the complainants back porch. No suspect description. Bicycle is a pink/purple adult sized bike.
Dispute – E. Sorrells St. Reference to a suspect and subject having a dispute over a fight from earlier this date. Both parties denied any violence. While investigating the call, it was discovered that the suspect had active arrest warrants out of Walton County. He was arrested on warrants and transported to Walton County Jail.
Dispute – W. Creek Cir. In reference to an adult male child taking money from mother and kicking her vehicle. Male in question was gone when officers arrived and a warrant
Dispute – S. Broad St. Reference to couple arguing over him being at the residence. No violence offered by either subject. He agreed to leave the property. Remedies advised.
Dispute – E. Spring St. In reference to people arguing in a motel room. Spoke with people inside and was told the people inside arguing had already left.
Juvenile Complaint – Southside – In reference to a juvenile pulling out a knife against another juvenile, guardian of the victim did not want to press charges. When I left the two juveniles were playing together.
Dispute – Davis St. Reference to two subject fighting over an argument from earlier this date. Insufficient evidence to make an arrest of any fight participants. Both parties advised the warrant process.
Suspicious Person – S. Madison Ave. Reference to a black male in a red shirt seen walking down S. Madison Ave., stepping into traffic. Contact was made with subject who was very intoxicated. He stated he was trying to get home to Walker Dr. Subject was given courtesy ride to his house.
Dispute – 4th St. – In reference to a domestic dispute between boyfriend and girlfriend. Parties separated and civil remedies given.
EMS Assist – Camptown Gardens in reference to a male overdosing on crack. Was seen by EMS and cleared and refused to go to ER.
Dispute – E. Washington St. Complainant stated that she was worried her boyfriend may return to her apartment after a verbal argument earlier in the day. Remedies advised.
Suspicious Person – Turner St. Complainant stated he saw two black males walking through their yard. The area was checked and a subject was found in the area matching complainant’s description. A subject who appeared to be known was seen fleeing from the area and into N. Madison Ave. A search of the area was conducted and a vehicle was found to have been entered. The subject was arrested for Loitering and Prowling and Obstruction.
Dispute – Haven Inn. The complainant stated that there were several males and females on location fighting and arguing in the parking lot. Upon arrival, no one was in the parking lot. A