MPD Reports: Stolen vehicle, church van catalytic converter stolen, entering autos

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period May 28 – June 4, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the final part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute an election.

  • Entering Auto – Ford St. While patrolling the area on foot due to seeing a vehicle in the area, subjects’ vehicle was discovered to have been entered, her social security card was discovered missing. Report taken 
  • Entering Auto – Elm Dr. Complainant reported an unlocked vehicle entered and a credit card stolen. Another purse on location was also found that did not belong to the complainant, report taken.
  • Stolen Vehicle – Ford St. Vehicle was stolen from this residence. Video footage available. Report taken and case number was given.
  • Follow up – S. Madison Ave. in reference to locating the stolen vehicle from Ford St. Vehicle was towed to MPD for processing. CID was notified.
  • Theft report – W. Spring St., Haven Inn Room. The complainant believes the subject stole his wallet while he was sleeping. Report taken.
  • Firearms – Glen Iris area, possibly Turner St. Area was checked, a house is getting a new roof put on. Everything is ok.
  • Other – W. Spring St. at Haven Inn. Management wanted a subject off of the location. He advised he was getting his belongings together and would be leaving.
  • Entering Auto – Northview Dr. in reference to a checkbook stolen from a vehicle. Later found. Request to return – Northview Dr. Property was located, added to report. All ok.
  • Theft report – E. Marable St. in reference to a camera system taken out of her mailbox last date. Report taken and case number given
  • Follow up – N. Madison Ave. Spoke to individuals at a residence in reference to stolen camera system.
  • Theft report – Tyler St., First AB Church. Catalytic Converter stolen from church van. Report taken.
  • Discharging firearms – Glen Iris Dr. Ref to nearby construction going on, possibly nail gun, all ok.
  • Follow up – W. Spring St., Haven Inn. The manager advised he saw the suspect from earlier theft in a vehicle on Etten Dr. Area searched with negative contact.
  • Other Law – W. Spring St., Boost Mobile. The complainant wanted to report a person from a dispute last date called her. The complainant answered the telephone call and told the person not to call back.
  • Request to meet – S. Madison Ave., GA Probation Management. Probation requested PBT on a subject reporting. Subject blew a .164.
  • Dispute – Plantation Dr. Mother and son dispute. Remedies advised. Report taken.
  • Child custody dispute – Maple St. in reference to the mother trying to stay away from ex boyfriend due to abuse. Spoke with grandmother stated the mother and baby are ok. Report will be made
  • Entering auto – Reed Way. $4 and a pair of glasses taken from an unlocked vehicle on location.
  • Fraud – S. Madison Ave. Complainant advised her debit card was stolen by her friend in Social Circle, Ga. Complainant advised her friend was using her debit card to purchase items. The complainant was advised to turn her debit card off and to contact Social Circle PD to file a report.
  • Hit and Run – Hwy 138/Charlotte Rowell Blvd. The subject advised an unknown vehicle entered his lane of travel causing him to leave the roadway and strike a guard rail. Roadway cleared, all ok.
  • Dispute – MLK-Applebees. A dispute over order mix up. Resulted in three individuals being issued a criminal trespass.
  • Dispute – Piedmont Walton. The subject being combative with employees. The subject was calm and cooperative upon arrival. No law enforcement services needed. All ok.
  • Dispute – Gliding Ln. In reference to complainant reporting that his neighbor was harassing him. Contact was made with the subjects’ mother who advised she would talk to her son.
  • Dispute – Gliding Ln. In reference to the previous call. Both parties were advised of the civil process.
  • Firearms – Green St. Subjects reported fighting in the area and possibly in possession of firearms. Contact made with a male subject who advised he was attacked by seven male subjects but did not wish to press charges due to not knowing who the subjects were. There were no witnesses to the incident and the subject refused medical care. Male subject was given a courtesy ride to Sorrells St.
  • Dispute – Walker Dr. Two parties were involved in a dispute. During the dispute one subject assaulted the other leaving injuries to her left leg and arm. The male subject was gone when officers arrived. A warrant for battery was secured for the male subject.
  • Dispute – Piedmont Walton – In reference to a female subject who was very intoxicated and combative. Both nurses at Piedmont Walton stated they were assaulted by the subject while trying to restrain her. Reported taken.
  • Loud Music – Birch St. – In reference to loud music coming from the listed address. Contact was made with the homeowner who advised he would turn the music down.
  • Domestic Dispute – Landers St. In reference to a domestic dispute between two parties. Parties were separated and advised of remedies. Report taken
  • Dispute – Green St. Area checked, negative contact. Call appears unfounded.
  • Hit & Run – Walton Truck Stop – In reference to a female driving a passenger car backed into car hauler trailer and drove off. There was no damage to the trailer.
  • Dispute – Mill Stone Bluff. In reference to a verbal dispute between two parties. Dispute took place in Conyers; Ga. Complainant was advised of remedies and the Temporary Protection Order process. Report taken
  • Dispute – S. Hammond Dr – In reference to a complainant stated that foremen of the job site accusing him of taking $1920. The money was taken via a cash app. I looked at both cash app transactions and they did not match. I informed both parties to contact the Cash app and inform them of the situation. Complainant left the job site, report taken.
  • Dispute – Harris St. – In reference to a dispute between a complaint and unknown male. Complaint refused to give any information. Report declined; however, one will be created to this effect.
  • Dispute – Towler St.- In reference to a verbal dispute between mother and adult children, parties separated, report taken.
  • Juvenile Complaint – S. Broad St. in reference to juveniles were banging on the complainant’s door and leaving. Upon arrival, the complainant stated that two minors were throwing pine cones at her children and coming into her yard. The juvenile’s parents were contacted.
  • Damage to Property – E. Spring St. – Dollar General in reference to the complainant having her vehicle hit by another vehicle’s car door while in the store. Report declined.
  • Dispute – W. Spring St. at Haven Inn in reference to a subject being asked to leave. Subject was advised of his options and then left the property.
  • Harassment – S. Broad St.
  • Agency Assist – S. Broad St. at Dollar General in reference to a stolen vehicle ran from a Walton County Sheriff’s Deputy and collided into a tree. Turned over to WCSO.
  • Assault – Green Street in reference to complainant wanting to report her children being spanked by her parents at their home at River Run Rd. No assault occurred at Green Street location. Turned over to WCSO
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Hwy 78 W. Bound in reference to a ford explorer failing to maintain lane. Vehicle stopped by WCSO. Driver was okay.
  • Shoplifting – Family Dollar W. Spring St. – In reference to someone shoplifting. Upon further investigation by store clerks, the item in question was located. all ok.
  • Suspicious person – S. Broad St. in reference to complainant said someone was at her brother’s residence in a white van loading up his stuff. Upon Officers arrival, the residence was cleared. Complainant called back stating the residence is supposed to be unlocked and a subject came over and got her brother’s cats.
  • Shoplifting – W. Spring St. in reference to a female subject shoplifting and criminal trespass. She was cited and released on a copy.

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