MPD Reports: Suicide, suicide threat and 18-ft car hauler stolen

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Aug. 6 – 13, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the first part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

Traffic control – Double Springs Church Rd., MAHS. Assisted SRO with school traffic, all ok.

Dispute – Baron Dr. Civil dispute over vehicle, remedies advised, all ok. 

Entering Auto – North Broad St., Deer Acers. Complainant advised his vehicle was entered at approximately 12am last night. Property was taken. 

Dispute – Roosevelt St. Complainant advised landowner next door banged on her door. Complainant did not know his name and he was gone prior to officers’ arrival. 

Theft report – New Lacy St. Complainant reports unauthorized transactions on her ATM card. This was a follow up to a report made on 7/1/20.  

Suicide threat – Magnolia Terrace. Female sent goodbye text to relative. Officers arrived and spoke with her. Everything ok. 

Suicide – East Marable St. Matthews Park Subject deceased from apparent self-inflicted gun shot wound. 

Dispute – Lakeview Dr. in reference to the father and son disputing. They talked and was all ok before we left. The father was advised remedies. 

Suspicious Vehicle – Custom Way. In reference to a tan Pathfinder parked on the sidewalk. Vehicle was removed from sidewalk by the owner. 

Dispute – Ash Ln. In reference to nephew and brother talking about complainant over telephone. Contact made with both parties. Both parties on location advised that the dispute was verbal in nature and denied any physical violence. Remedies advised. Both subjects flagged mental illness. 

Dispute – Mountain View Dr. In reference to complainant’s niece and husband that got into a physical altercation. It was determined the dispute was not physical. Report taken. 

Suspicious Vehicle- Hammond Park. – Vehicle occupied by two subjects. They were advised of park hours and sent on their way. 

Suspicious Person – E Marable St. Mathews Park. In reference to a white jeep parked just before the park. Contact made with vehicle and subjects on Hickory Dr. Upon investigation it was discovered one subject has an active weapons violation warrant out of Gwinnett County, however no hold was placed. In addition, it was discovered the two subjects were operating referenced vehicle without owners’ permission. Vehicle released to third party at owner’s request. Report taken. 

Drug Complaint – E Spring St. Monroe Motor Inn. In reference to four juveniles and adults smoking meth.

Suspicious Person – N Broad St at E Marable St. – Consent search. All ok. 

Entering Auto in Progress – E Spring St. Monroe Motor Inn. – Caller advised that three white males were entering her vehicle. She was not on location. It was determined that the vehicle was not entered. 

Fight – Hwy 78. Walton Truck Stop. – Two subjects were involved in a fight in front of Waffle House. Both parties were cited for Disorderly Conduct. 

Harassment – Stokes Street. In reference to complainant’s girlfriend’s ex-wife stalking her. Report taken. Temporary Protection Order process advised 

Dispute – Breedlove Drive (Ridgeview) In reference to complainant becoming argumentative with staff. Complainant wanted to leave and the staff was refusing to let her leave. Subject took complainant and left to go to Piedmont Walton for further treatment. 

Theft – Lacy Street in reference to a theft of silver. Report taken. Warrants to be taken on a subject.

Theft – Ramesh Lane in reference to theft of a license plate. The License plate was placed on GCIC. 

Animal Complaint – W. Spring St. – In reference to Animal Control needs assistance in running a tag to figure out who the owner is that left their pet in the car. 

Theft – Mayfield Dr.- In reference to an 18 ft car hauler trailer stolen overnight. Report taken. 

EMS Assist – Davis Street in reference to EMS cannot get into the residence to help an older male that fell. Male subject was taken to the hospital. 

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