MPD Reports: Subjects allegedly engaging in ‘adult relations’ in car at Childers Park

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period June 4 – 11, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the fourth part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Damage to Property – W. Spring St., Wal-Mart. 2 vehicle accident with minor damage. Both parties agreed to a damage to property report so the at-fault party could attempt to fix vehicle damage on his own. 
  • Dispute – Baron Dr. In reference complainant having a dispute over a Cash App. card with subject. Report taken.
  • Juvenile Compliant – S. Broad St. In reference to a juvenile that lives in the neighborhood bullying other juveniles and destroying their property. Report taken.
  • Suspicious Person – Childers Park. In reference to subjects in a red truck partaking in adult relations. Negative contact.
  • Dispute – E. Fambrough St. In reference to a third-party complaint. Subjects on location were unloading from a family vacation. Subjects were advised to keep the noise down, unload and go to their residence. All ok
  • EMS Asst – S. Madison Ave.- In reference to a 90-year-old female not feeling well. Turned over to EMS.
  • Dispute – Carver Place. In reference to the complainant advising a male subject approached him and said to give up all his money. No physical altercation took place. The male subject was gone when officers arrived.
  • Traffic Stop – Sorrells St. & Booth Dr. Officer observed a vehicle that failed to yield to turn left and not using the proper turn signal. Upon the vehicle coming to a complete stop, the officer observed the passenger throw a silver in-color object out the window. He admitted to smoking cocaine out of the pipe for the past (2) weeks. He was taken into custody for OCGA 16-13-32.2 Possession or use of drug-related objects. He was transported to the Walton County jail without incident. Warrant taken.
  • Disturbing the Peace – E. Marable/N. Madison. Report of large crowd possibly fighting in the area. Contact made, small house party at the location. Subjects agreed to quiet down. All ok.
  • Suspicious Person – Mr. Quicks – Two white males were seen standing around Mr. Quicks. The two subjects advised they were just riding bikes around town.
  • Suspicious Person – N. Broad St. Subject on location advised someone is spraying his home with wasp spray and will not leave him alone. Area checked, all ok.
  • Vehicle Collision – Tanglewood Dr. in reference to an abandoned silver Kia passenger car left in the resident’s yard.
  • Entering Auto – Creekview Dr.: In reference to passenger side door open. Complainant stated her son might have left it open overnight. Nothing missing at this time per complainant. Report made.
  • Stolen Vehicle – Community Ct. – Felker Park in reference to a black 2020 BMW M340i stolen from Conyers earlier this date and pinging to the area. Vehicle located parked in the back of Felker park. Vehicle processed and recovered by Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Suspicious Person – W. Spring St. (Rite Aid): In reference to a person sleeping on location. Contact was made with the subject who is homeless. He was asked to leave the property and left without incident.
  • Suspicious Person – S. Madison Ave in reference to the subject walked into the Fire Station from S. Madison Ave. He was escorted back to his residence.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Parkway Place in reference to a subject riding a mini bike up and down the street. Juvenile that resides at Parkway Place was told to not ride his mini bike in the street.
  • Narcotics – S. Broad – in reference to an ongoing problem of a female on location selling narcotics.
  • Suspicious Person – Poplar Ct in reference to a male wearing a red hat walking onto the property. Subject was a mail carrier, all okay.
  • Dispute – Bleedlove Dr. (Ridgeview): In reference to the complaint not being allowed to talk with her daughter. Complaint stated the facility would not release her daughter. Staff stated that the doctor just signed the release papers and she was being processed out. Situation mediated.
  • Entering Auto – Creekview Dr.: In reference to a vehicle being entered. Complainant stated that his vehicle had been gone though. Report taken.
  • Shoplifter – W. Spring St in reference to a female who allegedly stole over $ 515.00 worth of items from Walmart. Maria was placed under arrest and transported to Walton County Jail.
  • Domestic – Ridge Road. In reference to complainant stating that her mother-in-law had her son and refused to return him. Contact was made with the subject who agreed to meet at Monroe PD. DFACS was notified and opened an investigation. The juvenile involved was placed in the Custody of a case worker.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Hwy 78. The caller advised of a big rig unable to maintain lane. Made contact driver was ok and sent on his way.
  • Dispute – Magnolia Ter. The subject wanted to turn in her written witness statement regarding her recent dispute with her neighbor. The statement was taken and logged into evidence.
  • 38D Complaint – S. Madison Ave. The complainant stated that she could smell her neighbors’ marijuana smoke through the walls in her apartment. Spoke with the neighbor. Civil remedies advised.
  • Assault – Piedmont Walton. A male on location advised the staff that he was assaulted. He refused police help and would not provide any information.
  • Flag Down – S. Hammond & E. Church. Flagged down on patrol by complainant stating that he had some juveniles trespassing on his church property. I followed him to the church on S. Madison Ave and explained to the children there that they had to find another place to play.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Walton Eye Care. In reference to a vehicle in the parking lot after hours. Two juveniles were turned over to their parents on the scene.
  • Hit and Run -Tanglewood. A vehicle parked on the street was struck by another car. The suspect car was gone when officers arrived. Report taken.

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