MPD Reports: Stolen vehicle recovered, disputing juveniles and rape report

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period May 21 – 28, 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.

  • Theft – Bojangles. The complainant reported his phone stolen from the roof of his vehicle. Report taken 
  • Recovered Stolen Vehicle – Harris St; Harris St Legion. Officer was conducting an area check and observed an abandoned silver in-color SUV parked behind the building. After running the license plate through dispatch, the vehicle was confirmed stolen. The vehicle was towed to MPD for further investigation by CID. CID responded. A supplemental report has been added to the original case #.
  • Suspicious Person – Creekview Dr. In reference to subjects attempting to enter the complainants’ home. The address provided was not located, the entire neighborhood was checked multiple times, all ok
  • Animal Complaint – South Side Park – In reference to three kittens in a storm drain. Kittens had gone further in into the storm drain and which made it where we were unable to get them.
  • Suspicious Person – E Spring St; Short Stop. A Female approached officer on a traffic stop looking for help to find a place to stay for the night. After identifying the subject it was found she had an active warrant out of Woodstock, GA. Woodstock did not place a hold. The Female was turned over to  EMS for a complaint of chest pains.
  • Dispute – W. Spring St. (Piedmont Walton) – Law enforcement not needed. All ok.
  • Dispute – W. Marable St. – Verbal dispute between the complainant and her children’s father. The male party was GOA. Only verbal disagreement. All OK.
  • Firearms – Boulevard. Report of shots fired in the area. Area checked, determined to fireworks. All ok
  • Other Law – E. Marable St. Hot Spot – In reference to complainant reporting that her boyfriend’s mother got into a physical altercation with her boyfriend. Report taken.
  • Shots Fired/Fight – Hubbard St. – Subjects were gone when officers arrived. Area checked, negative contact with shell casings.
  • Unknown Law – W. Spring; Piedmont Walton. Requesting assistance with a patient. Law enforcement not needed. All ok.
  • Dispute -Sporty Ln. A dispute between two friends over a Facebook post. Due to conflicting stories, both parties were advised of the civil process. One subject was given a ride to the Walton Truck Stop to be picked up by a family member.
  • Dispute – W. 5th St. Verbal dispute only. Parties separated and remedies advised. All ok.
  • Traffic Stop – N. Broad St & Sorrells St. Officer observed a vehicle with no tag on display. Officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle. The vehicle continued driving at a low rate of speed. The final stop was in Cook Pl. After a brief foot chase, the driver of the vehicle was identified. He was charged with no tag on display, open container, D.U.I of alcohol, failure to yield, driving on a suspended or revoked license and obstruction. He also had a warrant out of the WCSO. Mr. Hector was transported to the WCSO jail without further incident. Warrants taken.
  • Traffic Stop – Hwy 78 @ Aycock Ave.- A female subject was stopped for failure to maintain lane. K9 Demon was deployed and indicated on the vehicle. A probable cause search was conducted and she was arrested for Meth and Schedule 4.
  • Dispute – Wheel House Ln. in reference to the complainant’s son is intoxicated, arguing with his girlfriend, and trying to leave. Remedies were advised to all and parties were separated.
  • Rape – Lacy St. Victim advised while she was drunk last night a “One Way” entered the residence and sexually assaulted her. CID responded
  • Littering – N. Midland/Bold Springs. The homeowner called to complain about 200+ lottery tickets being thrown in the street and his yard. Will call back with a name for the suspect.
  • Shoplifting – W. Spring St., Wal-Mart. The subject caught shoplifting. Walmart did not want to prosecute.
  • Dispute – W. Spring St; Captain D’s. Dispute between employee and manager. Remedies advised. All ok.
  • Dispute – Overlook Trl. A dispute among parties on scene, parties separated and remedies advised. Report taken.
  • Threats – Tractor Supply- In reference to two juvenile subjects being involved in an altercation prior to officer arrival. An abundant number of juveniles were on location. The situation was resolved and all parties on location were warned about loitering due to multiple businesses complaining about them hanging out in the parking lot and doing things to disrupt business.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Matthews Park – In reference to a truck parked in the back of the park. The owner was just night fishing. He was advised that all City parks close at dusk.

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