MPD Reports: Son upset mother won’t buy him drugs; 12-year-old daughter unruly; more..

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Dec. 26 – Jan. 2, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the third part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Noise complaint – Pine Park St. in reference to a loud party. The owner was advised to keep the music down and stay off their neighbor’s property. 
  • Dispute – Tall Oaks Lane in reference to son’s drug use. Son upset with his mother because she would not buy him drugs. Mental Evaluation and eviction process explained. 19M032123
  • Juvenile Complaint – Oak Ridge Rd. In reference to 12-year-old daughter being unruly – Spoke with the complainant about discipline options.
  • EMS Assist – Shamrock Dr. in reference to overdose of 59-year-old female – Subject transported to Piedmont Walton by EMS.
  • Dispute – Landers St.: In reference to a Subject coming to Landers St. and taking his vehicle. Complainant felt threatened by him.
  • Theft – S. Broad St. in reference to the boyfriend’s wallet. The victim was not on scene and other parties were unsure of what all items were taken. The victim advised he would call when he returned on location.
  • Trespassing – Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (Applebees): In reference to a subject on property. The complainant stated she just wanted Law Enforcement to be aware.
  • Dispute – Meadow Walk Dr.: In reference to a dispute between a father and daughter. Report made.
  • Welfare Check – W. Spring St. (Piedmont Walton) In reference to subject walking out of the ER with an IV in his arm.
  • Citizen Assist – S. Broad St. (CVS Pharmacy): In reference to being flagged down by Mr. Kent. He had questions with ongoing issues with his girlfriend’s son. Remedies were given.
  • 911 Hang up – E. Church St. in reference to the subject in the area asking customers for money. The subject advised he could not do that and asked to leave the premise. All okay.
  • Dispute – Turner St. Physical dispute between two subjects. Unable to determine the primary aggressor due to conflicting statements. These parties have an extensive civil history between their two households on the same street.
  • Rolling Dispute – S. Broad St. The complaint waived an officer down advising him her 20-year-old daughter would not get out of her vehicle and was distracting her while driving. The daughter was asked to get out of the vehicle and the mother left the scene.
  • Mental Patient – Piedmont Walton; In reference to a mental evaluation patient causing a disturbance. The subject calmed down and was compliant when Officers arrived.
  • Trespassing – New Lacy St. Complainant claimed the subject unlocked his back door. The complainant also complained about the subject living behind his house in a makeshift tent.
  • Dispute – Baron Dr. in reference to mother wanting her daughter mentally evaluated because she was knocking on the front door and was yelling at her because she locked her out of the house.
  • Missing Person – Nowell St. Subject left his residence on 12/29/19 at approximately 0900 hours and never came back, Subject does have suicidal thoughts.
  • Theft – S. Broad St. Complainant reported an entering auto and a theft occurred on 12/27/2019 located at S. Broad Street. Under Officer investigation, he placed the subject under arrest for the incident.
  • Vehicle accident, unknown – N. Broad St., and Monroe Church of Christ. Single commercial vehicle overturned, blocking all of Hwy 11, leaking approximately 40 gallons of diesel. Dept. of Agriculture condemned approximately 15,000lbs of food, HazMat responded ref to fuel and spilled cooking oil. Turned over to GSP

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