MPD Reports: Sexual assault, domestic disputes and conflict over a haircut

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The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Oct. 25 – Nov. 2, 2018. Due to the length, this report has been split into three parts. This is the third part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Dispute, Wal-Mart, reference to a customer being irate in the hair salon. Made contact with a customer who advised she was not happy with the service provided by the employee.  It was determined that during the argument no laws were broken.  Situation mediated
  • Juvenile Complaint, Nowell St., reference to juveniles smoking marijuana on the porch of a vacant residence.  Officers made contact with three juveniles sitting on the porch.  The juveniles were warned about loitering and escorted back to their residences.  There was no sign of any marijuana use
  • Warrant Arrest, South Broad St., reference to Mr. Marcus Fambrough wanting to turn himself in. Mr. Fambrough stated that he went to the WCSO and they told him since the warrant was through the City of Monroe he would have to be arrested by MPD. Mr.Fambrough was arrested and transported to the jail.
  • Discharging Firearms, Tanglewood, reference to the caller hearing four shots.  Officers patrolled the area and had negative contact with any gunshots.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Walmart, reference to male subject sleeping inside his car in the parking lot. Male subject advised he was homeless and has been sleeping in the parking lot for several weeks. He was sent on his way.
  • Theft, Booth Dr., the complainant advised four of her children’s bikes were stolen from her front porch.  The last time the bikes were seen was Friday, October 26.  She believes the next-door neighbor’s children took them. Report Taken.
  • Meet with Officer, West Vine St., complainant wanted to advise officers that a 12-year-old was spreading rumors that her son raped the 12-year-old step-mother 15 years ago in Conestoga. The complainant stated that her son was 7 years old 15 years ago and they were not living in the area at that time. The juvenile was not on location at the time of the call. The complainant was advised of remedies.
  • Welfare Check, Kingridge Dr., complainant called stating that her brother hung himself inside the residence. Nobody was on location upon arrival. Officers contacted the neighbors and spoke to resident via phone. She stated they were both okay and the complainant has mental issues
  • Dispute, Sorrells St., two subjects were having a verbal dispute over relationship issues. One subject advised it got physical when the other subject pulled her hair. That subject advised she got poked in the eye. Due to conflicting stories parties were separated and advised of remedies. Report Taken
  • Juvenile Complaint, Tall Oaks East, reference to juvenile not getting ready for school. She got ready and mother took her to school.
  • 911 Hang up, Breedlove Dr., Ridgeview, reference to juvenile continuously calling 911 from the service desk. Staff wanted an officer to speak with the juvenile. All was okay
  • Dispute, Radford St., the complainant was upset that her neighbor told her to shut up. After speaking to both parties, the situation was mediated.
  • Suspicious person, South Broad St./Mears St., reference to an Asian male wearing a Grey shirt and khakis urinating in public. Negative contact with the subject.
  • Follow Up, Sorrells St., reference to retrieving property. Complainant on location retrieving her property to leave the residence. Everything ok
  • Suspicious Person, East View Cemetery, Officer contacted 16-year-old subject. The subject was sitting on a park bench in the middle of the cemetery. Subject has a history of mental problem. All was ok
  • Shoplifting, West Spring St., Walmart, Christopher and Kimberly Stephens were arrested for shoplifting. they were fingerprinted and released on a copy.
  • Theft report taken at MPD, the complainant stated that his wife’s ring was taken from their residence sometime during a gathering at their residence on Michael Circle on Saturday, Oct. 27. No suspects. Report taken
  • Suspicious Vehicle, West Spring/Pinecrest Dr., reference to a silver Chevrolet PC occupied with persons consuming adult beverages. Negative contact
  • Harassment, Plaza Trace, reference to mother being told by her daughter that her 15-year-old grandson was almost jumped by two carloads of grown men. Officer spoke with the grandson who denied the event ever happening and advised him to call police if needed
  • Assist Motorist, North Broad St., at the Card Station, reference to a male subject holding a sign, asking for gas. A citizen assisted the driver with fuel. All ok
  • Civil Issue, Country Grove Apts., Met with the complainant who advised she wanted her brother removed from the home. Explained the eviction process. All ok
  • EMS Assist, South Broad St., reference to male subject intoxicated and not able to get to his walker. Taken by family friends to South Broad St.
  • Dispute, Perry St., met with complainant who advised he got into an argument with his girlfriend. Parties had separated before our arrival. All ok
  • Welfare Check, Baron Dr., reference to juvenile afraid to stay home with his mother due to her being intoxicated. Child’s father picked him up. Report taken and forwarded to DFCS
  • Missing Juvenile, Tall Oaks East, reference to a child not home when mother got home. The child returned while officers on the scene
  • Dispute, East Marable St./Maple Way, reference to a black male and female fighting in the area.  Called in 3rd Party could not locate anyone in the area.
  • Damage to Property, Wheelhouse Lane, reference to eggs thrown at the home of the complainant. Report taken
  • Damage to Property, Tanglewood, approximately two dozen vehicles were struck by eggs.  Owners were notified, and a majority declined a report, opting to see if the eggs can be cleaned off first
  • Theft, Cook St., reference to a neighbor taking bricks. The complainant stated her neighbor on Cook St. took her bricks from outside her residence without her permission and used them to make a grill. Officer made contact with the neighbor, who apologized and returned complainants property. All Ok
  • Suspicious Persons, Carver Place, reference to complainant observing two unknown black males at the park and possibly smoking marijuana. Officer made contact with three juveniles at the park and detected no odor of marijuana. The juveniles were sent on their way
  • Prostitution, Custom Way, Officer made contact with male and female subjects. All appeared to be ok. The male subject is on location house sitting for a family member and have been having issues with a family that is allegedly involved with hurting her cousin
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Great Oaks Dr./Sears. Officer ran a tag through GCIC and it returned to a female subject.  The subject is showing multiple active warrants. Officer spoke to the occupants of the vehicle and determined that the subject was not a passenger. All 10-4
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Highway 78 East/Troy Smith Rd., reference to a 2016 Blue Toyota Camry (GA TAG# given) speeding with a juvenile in the back seat not wearing a seat belt. The vehicle was stopped for speeding on Highway 78 East/Unisia and driver was cited for Safety Belt Violation for Children
  • Warrant Served, Alcovy St. Josh Nunnelly on location with an active warrant for Probation Violation. Nunnelly was taken into custody and transported to the WC Jail
  • Dispute, Southview Dr., complainant stated that her neighbor on Southview Dr. was beating his dog earlier this date. She stated he threatened to beat her ass too. The neighbor was identified, who was gone when officers arrived. The complainant stated WCAC had already responded in reference to the animal cruelty. Report taken for the threat
  • Damage to Property, Gatewood Way, reference to a damage to a vehicle. Incident was a hit and run that occurred on East Marable St./Birch St. the Second vehicle was described as an older model white Ford F150 pulling a black lawn trailer. Negative on obtaining tag number. Report taken
  • Dispute, Douglas St., reference to complainant stating while he was at work, his ex-girlfriend entered his residence to retrieve her property. The ex-girlfriend was gone when officers arrived, Report taken
  • Suspicious Person at McDonald’s. Officer’s made contact with a male subject. No signs of being under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The subject was tired from working all day and was at dinner with his family
  • Traffic Stop, South Madison Ave./East Spring. The officer observed a juvenile in the back seat of a Nissan Sentra standing up. Officer made contact with the driver Tylethia King who has suspended driver’s license. King was taken into custody and released on a copy of citations for Driving on suspended license and child safety seat
  • Juvenile Complaint, Forrest Lane, reference to a male subject causing issues at his aunt’s home. Probation Officer contacted at the request of the family and subject returned home to Loganville
  • Sexual Assault, South Madison Ave., reference to named subject being sexually earlier in the afternoon
  • Welfare Check, Heritage Ridge Dr., the complainant advised she was having some trouble with anxiety due to possible meds transition.  Agreed to go to hospital voluntarily for help
  • Traffic Stop, Highway 78/Edmondson Rd., Dwayne Thompson stopped for traffic violation.  A probable cause search of his vehicle found Mr. Thompson to be in possession of a half-pound of marijuana, 13 ecstasy pills, packaging bags and a digital scale.  The passenger, Aerielle Dabiedath was also found to be in possession of marijuana less than 1 ounce.  Mrs. Dabiedath was cited and released.  Mr. Thompson was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute and possession of a schedule I narcotic.  He was turned over to the Walton County Jail without incident
  • Threats, West Spring St., Panera Bread, reference to complainant reporting his ex-boyfriend threatening to shoot him
  • Other, East Marable St., the complainant was locked in her house.  The door was opened, and the new doorknob was installed correctly
  • Dispute, Landers St., reference to father telling his son to turn of the video games and they got into a verbal dispute outside

 

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