MPD Reports: Shots fired in road rage incident

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The Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Oct. 5 – 11, 2018. Due to the length, this report has been split into four parts. This is the third part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Dispute, North Midland Ave., Officer arrived in the area Officer observed two subjects arguing in Sycamore Square Apartments.  During the course of the investigation the female party failed to identify herself.  The male was identified.  The female was later identified as Joshae Frazier by a family member.  It was determined the dispute was verbal only.  The female was arrested for disorderly conduct and transported to the jail.
  • Warrant Service, Fulton County Jail, Desiree Gilleispe was picked up and brought back to the Walton County jail for FTA warrant.
  • Traffic Stop, female driver was stopped after the LPR hit on her tag for no insurance. Driver’s vehicle was impounded, and she was issued citations for no insurance, expired tag, and display of license plate.
  • Shoplifting, West Spring St. (Huddle House) Waitress stated a white male and female subject ordered $25.82 dollars’ worth of food and left the location claiming they were going to get cash from their vehicle after their card declined, the couple left the area and failed to return. Report taken.
  • Suspicious Person, West Spring St., McDonald’s, reference to a female having a white powdery substance inside the restaurant and leaving in a blue in color car with another subject. Contact made with subjects at Walmart and Juanita Bolding was found to have two outstanding warrants. Bolding was arrested for her warrants and transported to the Jail.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Ridge Rd., reference to a gray Toyota Tacoma. Officer made contact, and all was ok.
  • Domestic, Mill Stone Bluff, reference to father disputing with his daughter over a vehicle. Situation mediated. No physical contact.
  • Road Rage, Highway 78/East Spring St., reference to the driver of a silver Chevy passenger car throwing an object at the complainant’s vehicle. Area check conducted with negative contact. The complainant did not want to meet with an Officer.
  • Dispute, East Church St., reference to a juvenile problem.
  • Juvenile Complaint, South Broad St., Monroe Police Dept., complainant advised named female damaged her daughter’s bedroom window.
  • Road Rage, West Spring St., Murphy USA, reference to a road rage incident with shots fired. TOT CID.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, West Spring St., reference to a black BMW parked on grocery side possibly stolen 8-10 years ago from Loganville. Vehicle ran through GCIC and did not show as stolen.
  • Burglary, Tanglewood Lane, complainant stated someone kicked her door in between 0900 and 1720 hours.  Nothing was missing
  • Dispute, Hwy 78, truck driver was disputing over his card that was over the spending limit.  Dispute resolved prior to officer’s arrival.
  • Dispute, Nowell St., reference to a physical altercation between two male subjects.  Both parties arrested for Affray. Mr. Wallace was turned over to his grandmother and told not to return to Nowell street.
  • Dispute Old Mill Point, fight amongst 12-year-old girls resulted in one subject being taken to the hospital from a blow to the head from another female.
  • Suspicious Person, South Broad St., reference to a male subject unable to maintain lane who pulled into John’s Supermarket. Spoke with male driver who was tired after working two jobs. Driver got some caffeine to make it home.
  • Mental Health, West Creek Circle, reference to husband wanting his wife to go to Summit Ridge for a mental evaluation. Spoke with the wife who was able to answer questions and did not have any immediate medical issues. Spoke with husband about options to get her help.
  • Domestic Dispute, Walker Dr., reference to a dispute between two subjects over one of the subjects yelling outside the house.
  • Mental Issue, East Church St., 15-year-old requested to go due to anger issues.  She suffers from numerous mental disorders.  15-year-old requested to be transported to Piedmont Walton for a metal evaluation.
  • Domestic Dispute, Roosevelt St., wife stated that her husband started arguing with her and accusing her of cheating.
  • Suspicious Activity, Tall Oaks East, reference to rear door on vehicle being opened. Owner said her son might have left it open when taking items into house. Nothing missing and no forced entry.
  • Follow-Up, Piedmont Walton, grandmother stated she was afraid to go home with her grand-daughter. Granddaughter was cleared by Mental Health to return home. Advised the grandmother that her granddaughter issue is a mental issue.
  • Dispute, Ridge Rd., reference to male subject waking up under the influence and not knowing where his money is. Subject will contact police if he cannot locate his money when he sobers up.
  • Dispute, South Broad St., /5th St., Reference to two subjects in a verbal/physical dispute over clothes. Both parties declined pressing charges. The situation was mediated, and parties were separated. Report declined.
  • Suspicious Person, East Spring St. near Popeyes Chicken, reference to a W/M possibly on 38D. Officer made contact with subject who advised he was ok.
  • Burglary, Carwood Dr., reference to homeowner returning home from work to find her back door forced open. Report taken.
  • Warrant Served, Alcovy St./Newton County Jail, reference to Kenyonus Card being on location with a warrant out of MPD. Card was transported to MPD to be fingerprinted; he was then transported to the Walton County Jail and turned over to the jail staff without incident. Report taken.
  • Meet with Officer, West Spring St., Car Wash, reference to owner observing a W/M with a backpack pulling on his equipment room doors around midnight hours. Extra patrol requested.
  • Animal Complaint, West Spring St., Walmart, reference to three canines in a white Toyota Sienna. Vehicle was running, and canines were ok.
  • Suspicious Person, East Spring St., reference to a W/M acting suspicious. Officer made contact with male subject and all was ok.
  • Meet with Officer, South Broad St., MPD, reference to father wanting an Officer to talk to his Daughter about stealing. Everything on location ok.
  • Theft Report, South Broad St., reference to complainant reporting the previous tenants took building supplies from under the house. Complainant was concerned the items belonged to the owner of the house. Officer made contact with the owner over the phone; he stated the items belong to the previous tenants and advised no report was needed. Everything on location ok.
  • Dispute, Davis St., reference to sister’s in a verbal argument. No physical altercation took place. Situation mediated, and one sister was escorted to Nowell Street.
  • 911 Hang up, South Madison Ave., reference to a call from a landline. The neighbors advised no one lives on location. The Officer spoke with the owner over the phone; Owner stated no one lives on location. Everything ok.
  • Scam, South Broad St., husband stated his wife received an unsolicited email demanding $3500.  the email appeared generic in nature.  I advised him to use caution in opening unsolicited emails.
  • Domestic, Lacy St., reference to dispute between two subjects over him getting his items and leaving the house. No witnesses to altercation. Report taken.

 

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