MPD Reports: Stabbing and slashing on Sorrels St.; 2-year-old locks mother out of house

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The city of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Dec. 7 – 13, 2018. Due to the length, this report has been split into four parts. This is the second part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Suspicious Vehicle, Douglas St., reference to a dirt bike speeding on the roadway. Contact made with juveniles on the dirt bike on Douglas Street. Guardian was advised, and the dirt bike was put up.
  • Civil Issue, Heritage Ridge Dr., reference to complainant letting a male subject borrow his trailer. The complainant stated the male subject owns a tree service and had done some work for him. The complainant stated he let the male subject borrow his trailer for 2 days, but he never brought it back. Report taken.
  • Shoplifting, West Spring St., Walmart, Christopher McCart was arrested for felony shoplifting. He was fingerprinted and taken to the Walton County Jail.
  • Fraud, Union St., complainant advised named subject withdrew money from her Direct Express account without her consent.
  • Assault, West Spring St., Piedmont Walton, reference to a female being assaulted somewhere on Walton Road on 12/07/2018. Female refused to provide the subject’s information or the address where it occurred.
  • Dispute, Booth Dr., reference to complainant requesting personal property from her sister apartment. Property retrieved
  • Dispute, West Spring St., Murphy’s Gas, reference to a dispute at the gas pumps. Contact made with a customer who had gotten her debit card stuck in the machine. The card was retrieved.
  • Dispute, North Midland Ave., reference to complainant claiming she did not have a key to her home on Hubbard St. due to her and male subject disputing. Male subject claims she had moved to her mother’s and he has not been with her to give her a key due to changing locks because of kids coming in and stealing food. Both parties advised on civil options.
  • Agency Assist, New Lacy St., reference to mother being locked out of her apartment by her 2-year-old son. the door opened, No damage.
  • Animal Complaint, West Marable St., met with a complainant who advised a dog named JoJo roams the area and is aggressive. JoJo was GOA and complainant was advised to contact Animal Control.
  • Prowler, East Marable St., reference to someone knocking on the back door and trying to turn the doorknob.  Negative contact with anyone.   Extra patrol requested due to suspicious activity and due to a broken window on the west side of the residence.
  • Stabbing, Sorrells St., a male subject was found with multiple stab wounds, Donald Howard was found with slash wounds on Cook Street.  Both transported to Piedmont Walton.  Turned over to CID. Howard arrested and charged with Aggravated Battery and Tampering with Evidence.
  • Dispute, Radford St., complainant upset over the living situation with a roommate. Advised of remedies and civil process. Parties separated.
  • Domestic Dispute, Perry St., complainant stated that his wife pulled a knife on him during an argument. Parties separated. Report Taken.
  • Suspicious Person, West Spring St., reference a male walking in and out of roadway throwing items at vehicles. Checked the area with negative contact.
  • Suspicious Person, Jersey Mike’s, same subject from earlier. Checked the area and spoke to workers out at Home Depot with negative contact.
  • Meet With, Station 1., female subject at the FD requesting assistance. Subject belongs with to the mental health center on Church St. She ventured away and her caretakers came to the FD to transport her back to the center.
  • Large Crowd possible weapons, Plaza Dr., negative contact on a large crowd. Made contact with a male subject who had a hatchet, but he was walking through the woods heading home.  All ok.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Michael Circle/Evergreen Estates, 2 Commercial Trailers parked in the residential area.  Owners live on Michael Circle have been advised of City Zoning Ordinance 540.1.  Advised they would have the trailers moved in the next 24 hours.
  • Verbal Dispute, Hwy 78 Truck Stop, Verbal disagreement about a gas purchase. Subject GOA and clerk advised no crime committed.
  • Damage to Property, Springer Lane, the complainant gave her boyfriend a cell phone as a gift. He returned the phone when they broke up and the screen was damaged. Available remedies were explained to complainant due to this being a civil matter.
  • Domestic Dispute, Ridge Rd., Pine Ridge Villas, reference to complainant wanting the father of her kids to leave the residence. The father gathered his belongings and left the residence. Report taken.
  • Civil Issue, Sorrells St., reference to complainant calling because his roommate changed the lock on the door. Made contact with a roommate who advised he changed the lock because they lost the key. All ok.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Subway. A Nissan Armada has been parked in front of their store for a week. Subway was advised to call their landlord due to the vehicle belonging to Title Max that is in the same shopping center.
  • Officer Request, Perry St., reference to a male subject wanting money. His niece arrived to assist him upon my arrival.
  • Prowler, Lawrence St., the complainant reported a person banging on her door. An extensive area check completed with negative findings. The complainant was advised to call back if it happened again.
  • Dispute, West Spring St., Marathon in reference to a dispute over money. Both parties separated and chose to let the manager handle it later.
  • Suspicious Person, Magnolia Terrace, someone knocking on complainant’s door. Spoke to the complainant who advised it was her nephew. All ok.
  • Suspicious Person, Walker Dr., white male in a brown flannel jacket, blue hoodie and blue jeans exited the wood line between two houses and appeared to be stumbling.  The complainant advised he went into the Chevron on South Broad Street but was unsure if he exited.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Tall Oaks East, juvenile refusing to get dressed for school on time. Available remedies were explained to the child and mother.
  • Meet with Person, Baron Dr., complainant stated she believed that someone took parts off her vehicle. She was explained the parts are still on her vehicle and it’s a civil issue.

 

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