MPD Reports: Teen suicide attempt, snake in residence and injured cat

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The City of Monroe reported the following incidents for the period Sept. 28 – Oct. 4, 2018. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the second part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Damage to Property, Radford St., reference to someone breaking the window to the front of the residence. Report taken.
  • Theft Report, South Madison Ave., reference to complainant reporting her son’s PlayStation 4 Slim, stolen. The system was taken from the residence along with 6 games. All items have been added to GCIC as stolen. Report taken.
  • Dispute, Ridge Rd., reference to a B/M in a white shirt and black pants and a B/F disputing. Officers made contact with the subject who refused to cooperate with officers. A witness stated the male tried pulling the female out of the vehicle, then kicked in the front windshield. Male was not identified. Report taken.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Lopez Lane, reference to 12-year-old acting unruly. Situation mediated.
  • Dispute, Towler St., reference to a subject causing a disturbance. The complainant wanted subject to leave the residence. Subject left voluntarily. All ok.
  • Theft Report, Wheel House Lane, reference to complainant reporting her wallet stolen. The wallet contained cash, several debit cards, and IDs. Report taken.
  • Suspicious Person, East Church St., reference to complainant stating a black male subject wearing a white t-shirt and shorts has been asking his father for money. The father stated he gave the male subject money in the past. Complainant is concerned about his parent’s safety and does not want the subject on location anymore. Area check was conducted with negative contact. Everything on location ok.
  • Theft, Douglas St., the complainant advised someone took her red mountain bike. She could not provide a make, model, or serial number.
  • Animal Complaint, Tanglewood Dr., reference to caller calling about an injured cat. The cat took off upon Officer arrival. Caller advised to contact animal control if cat returns.
  • Traffic Stop, Highway 78 West/North Broad St., reference to Simon Martinez-Rosales being stopped for No Insurance and Suspended Tag on a Silver 2006 Dodge Dakota. Simon was arrested for no valid driver’s license and transported to MPD, fingerprinted, then released on a copy.
  • 911 Hang-Up, Baron Dr., reference to complainant disputing with her boyfriend. The complainant called 911 and hung up, then called her mother and asked for her to call 911. The omplainant and boyfriend do not live together and stated the altercation was verbal only. The dispute started over complainant locking the door and the boyfriend kicked the bottom off the storm door causing the glass to come out. Officer spoke to the mother over the phone and she stated she did not want to press charges if the boyfriend would fix the door. Complainant had a scrape on her left knee; she stated the injury is from her falling on the concrete. Everything on location ok. Report taken.
  • Suicide Attempt, East Church St., 15-year-old female took a bottle of pills in an attempt to kill herself. She was transported to Athens.
  • Theft, Nowell St., mother advised named subject took her daughter’s IPhone 6. No serial number available.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, South Madison Ave./Atha St., sitting at the stop sign, reference to subject stating he was followed and assaulted by his child’s mother, name given. No evidence of an assault. Report Taken.
  • Theft, Custom Way, met with complainant who advised her prescription medication was stolen by a friend, name given.  Needed a report to get her medications refilled.
  • Suspicious Person, South Madison Ave./Atha St., made contact with caller and he advised he was headed to his cousin’s house. He was advised about pedestrian in roadway and sent on his way.
  • Intoxicated person, Cook Place, reference to male subject being intoxicated. Neighbors took the subject into their home. All ok.
  • Animal Complaint, Creekside Way, reference to a snake in the residence.  The neighbor removed the snake.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, West Spring St., Wal-Mart, reference to a car with an unrestrained child.   Could not locate the vehicle in the parking lot.
  • Hit and Run, Sorrell St., reference to green Dodge spinning tires in the area.  Upon speaking to the complainant, it was a silver Nissan Altima that drove through the caller’s yard striking objects in the yard.  The vehicle left the scene of the accident.
  • Loud Music, Michael circle, House party advised to keep roadway clear and keep music at a reasonable level
  • Juvenile Problem, Meadowalk Drive – In reference to juveniles breaking glass in the roadway.  The juveniles were located, and they cleaned up the glass.
  • Welfare Check, West Marable St., reference to not seeing the neighbor in over a week.  Harry Arnold Properties arrived, and the apartment was checked out.  No one found on the inside.
  • Dispute, East Fambrough St., reference to complainant feeling fearful due to named subject stating he stole his pills. No argument or physical altercation took place. The complainant was advised of remedies. All ok
  • Dispute, Baron Dr., reference to complainant wanting named subject to leave the residence. Eviction process explained to both parties.
  • Civil Issue, West Creek Circle, complainant with mother who attempted to throw her daughter out of the home Daughter returned to the property and broke front window to get access into the home. Daughter resides with mother and mother was provided a report due to wanting to start the eviction process.
  • Noise complaint, Plaza drive, reference to a group of people in the parking lot and loud music. Parties advised.
  • Property Retrieval, Ridge Rd., reference to complainant retrieving personal property from his ex-girlfriend’s apartment.  Property exchanged without incident.

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