MPD Reports: Stolen dirt bikes located, More domestic disputes and entering auto complaint

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The City of 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 second part. Please note and arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Suspicious Person, Walker Dr., subject on location burying a dead kitten. All ok.
  • Scam, South Madison Ave., reference a job posting with xerox wanting her to pay $350 for a laptop.  Advised does sound like a scam.  Provided remedies.
  • Meet with, East Spring St., Washing machine door was locked and the caller couldn’t retrieve her laundry.  After searching SSI, a complainant was found for the Laundry, dispatch made contact and they were en route.
  • Suspicious Person, West Spring St., Made contact with a Douglas LLoyd who was panhandling in front of WalMart. The subject was wanted out of Dekalb County. Place him under arrest and transported him to the Jail. Report made.
  • Dispute, Radford St./East 5th St., two subjects speaking loudly outside the residence, no dispute occurred, all ok.
  • Found Property, Applewood Dr., reference to two dirt bikes located in the wood line near the Masonic building. The bikes were from the burglary reported yesterday. The supplemental report added.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Carver place, reference to complainant calling because kids at the playground were picking on her granddaughter. The complainant was advised to not let her grandchild go to the playground alone.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, E Washington St., Caller advised a truck was blocking his driveway. Made contact with the owner who moved the vehicle.
  • Welfare Check, Wal-Mart, reference to an anonymous complainant stating there was an infant child and small juvenile child in a parked vehicle which was turned off. Conducted area check with negative contact.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Hwy138/W Spring St., Silver passenger car speeding and not maintaining its lane. Negative contact.
  • Mental Subject, Perry St., reference to subject getting frustrated with his mother. The subject was calmed down all okay.
  • Traffic Stop, Hwy 78 East/Jim Dawes, Teddy Brooks was stopped for multiple traffic violations. Teddy and passenger (Deborah Johnson) were arrested for misdemeanor marijuana.
  • Burglary, Hibbett Sports, when officers arrived it was determined to be a shoplifting. A black male suspect wearing reflective vest fled in a grey early 2000s Honda.
  • Theft, Ridge Rd., juveniles on location stated they left their PlayStation outside and someone took it. They were unable to provide further information, no report requested at this time.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Wal-Mart, reference to two juveniles riding the scooter cart around the parking lot.  Officer made contact with the juveniles and advised them to put the cart inside and leave the business.  All ok.
  • Dispute, Custom Way, the complainant was not on location.  Advised dispatch she wanted Officer to tell male subject he could not put her things outside.  The issue was a civil matter.  All ok.
  • Dispute, Glen Iris, mother was upset because her son was drunk and knocking on her door. Son was gone when officers arrived.
  • Meet With, Plaza Trace, reference to complainant calling because her brother’s ex-girlfriend keeps texting her. Complainant blocked the brother’s ex-girlfriend on her phone all ok.
  • Suspicious Person, South Broad St., complainant stated several male subjects were in the area of the loading dock. Conducted area check with negative contact.
  • Harassing Phone Calls, Davis St., the complainant had questions regarding separating from his girlfriend. Remedies advised. No domestic relationship at this time.
  • Suspicious Person, Chevron East Church/Baron Dr., reference to two juveniles looking into the business.  Officers patrolled the area and had negative contact.
  • Aggravated Dispute, Davis St. complainant was on location and had a verbal dispute with Javarus Baker. During the dispute, the complainant was struck in the face and head with a handgun. Javarus attempted to leave but was located and arrest, report taken.
  • Entering Auto, White Oak Lane, reference to complainant’s vehicle being entered during the night. Tools and other items that were missing. All Items were collected in the woods behind the house. Report was taken by request.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Waffle house, West Spring St., Gray Ford Truck left at the intersection of West Spring Street next to Waffle House. Owner stated stolen Out of Winder Ga. Report made.
  • Suspicious Person, Hwy 78 E./East Spring St. exit, made contact with a male subject walking along Hwy 78. He advised he was ok and heading to Athens. Nothing further.
  • Civil issue, N. Midland Ave., complainant is not satisfied with her living conditions, she was referred to the Magistrate Court.
  • Dispute, West Spring St., Haven Inn, reference a subject refusing to leave. Subject was gone when officers arrived.
  • Domestic, Radford St., Stephen Whitlow disputing with son and female subject.  Stephen arrested for hindering 911 calls, Terroristic Threats, and 2-Agg Assault-FV.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Fusions, reference to a silver Impala being on location. Made contact with a male subject who was looking to see if his vehicle was towed to Jays.
  • Domestic, Bridgeport Place, two subjects verbally disputing.  One subject just wanted her house key returned.  Once she retrieved house key parties were separated.
  • Civil Mater, West Vine St., Met with caller wanted information in regard to the lemon law. The subject was advised remedies.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Baker St., a complainant came outside to white spots on her car that is some type of powdery substance. The complainant said she’s going to get her car washed but wanted police to be aware.
  • Dispute, Carver Place, complainant called the police because he and his baby mother were arguing, and she flattened his tire. Once on scene complainant recanted his claims that his baby mother flattened his tire and was giving limited information. His baby mother denied flattening the tire. Report taken.
  • Enter Auto, North Lumpkin St. near Courthouse, complainant placed a book bag in his open-top jeep for approximately 3 minutes.  When he returned the bag was taken.  The complainant said the bag had his MacBook Pro and camera equipment from his employer the Walton Tribune.  The complainant said everything in the bag together are worth between $7000 and $8000. The Computer is silver with a Creature Brewery Sticker on it and a Black and Peach State Pride Sticker with the State of GA logo on it.
  • Dispute, Lacy St., the complainant was upset because other kids were using her grandson’s scooter. She was trying to argue with the neighbors. She was advised to keep the scooter in her yard and to stop disturbing the neighborhood.
  • Follow Up, Lacy St., a complainant called requesting a supervisor in reference to the earlier call. The complainant was requesting information on filing a formal complaint.
  • Juvenile Complaint, South Bd./Vine St., caller stated a child was playing in the road. Conducted an area check no contact.

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