MPD Reports: Stolen vehicles, entering auto and neighborhood melees

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period March 19 – 26, 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 a conviction.

  • Found property – W. Spring St., Wal-Mart. Loss Prevention found a small bag containing an unknown white substance. Unable to determine who the bag belonged to. The substance was destroyed. 
  • Stolen Vehicle – Monroe PD, Complainant stated his vehicle was stolen, He does not know tag or VIN information. Case number was given and a report will be made.
  • Counterfeit Bill – W. Spring; Quality Foods. Fake $10 bill presented. Bill came from the cash drawer at Sake Express, report made.
  • Welfare Check – King St. Called in by FISH due to subject on location with possible bruising on face. No bruising observed, all ok.
  • Mental Patient – Nowell St. Complainant reported her daughter having mental issues. No mental issues were observed and the subject was advised of civil remedies over her unhappy living conditions.
  • Suspicious Person – E. Spring St. – Short Stop in reference to a b/m panhandling. Contact made with the subject who was intoxicated. The subject was warned and sent on his way.
  • Theft Report – S. Broad; Monroe PD. Complainant reported a Springfield EMP40 pistol stolen on 3/22/2020 by a subject. The report was taken and pistol to be added to GCIC.
  • Juvenile Complaint – Knight St. In reference to local juveniles knocking over porch furniture. Report taken.
  • Suspicious Person – W. Spring St. Staff on location advised a subject has been in the restroom for approximately 15 minutes. The subject was identified who advised that he was using the restroom and then ordering food. Staff advised it was ok for the subject to stay on location. All ok
  • Stolen Vehicle – N. Madison Ave. at the Garland construction site. A white Mazda M3 was observed abandoned with disabling damage. The vehicle was stolen out of Clayton County, GA. The vehicle was removed by Taylor’s. Report taken.
  • Road Blockage – Edwards St. In reference to a down television cable line. Turned over to Monroe utilities.
  • Dispute – Perry St. – In reference to complainant stating her neighbor asked her to call 911, because her boyfriend took her stuff. Contact was made with the neighbor who advised everything was ok.
  • 911 Hang-Up – Forest St.- Received no answer on multiple knocks on the front door. All doors and windows appeared to be secure.
  • Disturbing the Peace – Custom Way No noise heard coming from the residence. No answer after several knocks. All OK
  • Dispute – CVS. Caller advised that a red car was in the drive-through and refusing to leave. The vehicle was gone on arrival.
  • Juvenile Complaint – Green Street and Perry Street. in reference to kids playing in the street and being loud. All ok.
  • Vehicle Accident – Walmart DC. No injuries. The driver’s trailer door swung open when he was passing the guard shack striking an aluminum pole. No damage to the vehicle and minor damage to the pole and guard shack. Report Taken.
  • Flag Down -Tall Oaks. In reference to being flagged down for a verbal dispute over a cell phone. Civil remedies advised.
  • Mentally Disturbed Person – In reference to the subject complaining her mother was harassing her. Handled by phone.
  • Fight – Perry St. Reference a large group of males actively fighting outside this address. All subjects were gone on arrival. Area checked. All ok
  • Juvenile Complaint – Wheelhouse Lane. In reference to a group of juveniles that had punched a subject’s pickup truck. The juveniles were gone on arrival. Report taken
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Felker Park In reference to two individuals sitting in a car after park hours. They were advised of the parks’ hours.
  • Suspicious person – Public Library Reference to subject sitting at Library after hours. Rollins advised Library hours
  • Fight – Towler St. In reference to a large group fighting at a residence on Towler street. All parties separated and dispersed on arrival.
  • Dispute – New Lacy St. In reference to a dispute between the subject and her boyfriend arguing about turning off the lights in the apartment. Civil remedies explained and advised.
  • Vehicle Accident – W. Spring / Mountainview. In reference to a white Chevrolet Pick-up truck leaving the roadway and striking a power pole. Elijah Hamrick was arrested for DUI and released on citation. Hamrick also cited for Failure to Maintain Lane.
  • Dispute – Green St. Argument between subject and her roommate/boyfriend over a cellphone. Verbal only. Civil remedies explained and advised.
  • 911 Hang-up – Home Depot. Spoke with the manager who explained everything was ok. He accidentally dialed 911.
  • Dispute – New Lacy St. Follow up to previous dispute call at this address.
  • Alarm – Big Lots. All doors and windows secure. Possibly due to the recent power outage.
  • Dispute – Piedmont Walton – In reference to a subject on location refusing to leave after discharge. He was advised of criminal trespass laws and left on foot.
  • Entering auto – Garden Ct; Tobius Huff was charged with entering auto and theft by taking a motor vehicle.
  • Alarm – FMC Walton. In reference to alarm at a business. Spoke with staff on site. All ok


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