The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Sept. 10 – 17, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the first part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.
Fire Assist – Davis Street: In reference to a fully engulfed house fire. Charles Bell and his wife were sleeping when their residence caught fire. Both parties were able to exit the residence with minor injury. CID notified.
Suspicious person – West Spring Street at George Walton Academy -In reference to a male subject yelling at cars, contact made with subject. He advised that he was almost struck by a vehicle and was yelling at them.
Suspicious person – East Spring Street in reference to subject pan handling in the area. Subject was given a Criminal Trespass warning.
Juvenile Problem – West Highland Avenue (Allstate): In reference to having concerns about a small juvenile seen in the area.
Entering Auto – West Fambrough Street in reference to a Suburban was entered sometime last night. There was a purse, wallet, credit cards and change stolen out of the vehicle.
Shots Fired – Sorrells Road / Cook Street: In reference to hearing 1 to 2 shots being fired; hearing people arguing. Unknown who was arguing, several patrons were asked and all stated didn’t see anything or hear anything. Area checked for shell casings. Negative located.
Theft – East Washington Street: In reference to complainant reporting his handgun stolen from his vehicle. Report taken.
Damage to Property – New Lacy Street Apt C: In reference to a man reporting damage to the exterior of his apartment.
Other Law – East Church Street: In reference to complainant having question about receiving information about his Google Acct. on his cell phones. Remedies were given.
Animal Complaint – Colley Street: in reference to 4-foot black snake in a vehicle. Snake removed and released.
Juvenile Complaint – Lumpkin Street: in reference to two young white males riding bikes and possibly looking into vehicles in the area.
Vehicle Collision – Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. In reference to 2 vehicles colliding. No injuries at the time of the report. Citation issued. Report taken.
Dispute) Metro PCS – Staff on location advised a customer was disputing over wearing a mask. Subject was gone on arrival. Staff was advised of remedies.
Damage to Property – Pine Park St. Callers son broke the window playing, report declined.
Animal – Lawrence St – Turned over to to animal control prior to my arrival.
Vehicle Pursuit – Hammond Dr & Church St. Reference to a Dark Green Chevrolet Impala driving reckless. Following a brief pursuit and investigation, three subjects taken in to custody. The driver was charged with fleeing or attempting to elude, obstruction, reckless driving. Two passengers were charged with obstruction.
Shots Fired – Plaza Dr Apt C -. Three apartments where shot into, no one was hurt. CID was notified, no suspects at this time.
Suicide Attempt – Wilkins Dr – Reference to subject cutting wrist with knife. Turned over to EMS
Entering auto – Walton Rd. in reference to a wallet that was stolen out of a vehicle. Report was taken. Remedies were advised to complainant. He will call back and advise information when he gets it.
Welfare Check – Manor Pl. Ref to elderly female with heart problems that has not been seen or heard from in 3 days. Forced entry made by request of family members. Subject taken to hospital by family.
Illegal Parking – North Midland, Savage Tees. Ref to delivery trucks blocking the one-way roadway and is concerned about it. Due to it being a loading/unloading zone with proper signage, remedies were advised.
Damage to property – HW138, Chic-Fil-A. Complainant advised her vehicle was damaged while at work. Minor damage. Report taken.
Mental Patient – Ridgeview Dr. Ridgeview. In reference to subject that was brought in from Barrow County SRO and principal. Turned over to EMS.
Juvenile Complaint – Forest Ln. In reference to 17-year-old son not returning home when he was supposed to. Complainant advised that her son was dropped off at the bus stop by her dad this morning at 0630 hours on Mountain View Dr and the complainant’s dad did not see her son get off the bus this afternoon. Complainant advised that she has not seen her son since Wednesday around 2000 hours. Advised complainant on remedies. Complainant stated that she would wait about 24 hours to see if her son returns back to the residence before listing him as a missing person/missing juvenile.