MPD Reports: Veterinarian allegedly found under the influence of Ketamine

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The City of Monroe reported the following incidents for the period Jan. 4 – 10, 2019. 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.

  • Trouble Unknown, MLKJR Blvd/Hwy 138, male subject located on the scene under the influence of Ketamine. (Ketamine is a drug used in human anesthesia and veterinary medicine that is currently undergoing tests as an antidepressant – source webmd.com) The male subject is a licensed vet that works there. An information report will be completed and the DEA was notified of the situation.
  • Dispute, Towler St., complainant wanting an escort for personal property after eviction. Made contact with a female subject who stated she will allow him to get his things later in the day. No dispute, no family violence. All ok.
  • Warrant, Barrow County Jail, Nicholas Johnson arrested and transported to Walton County Sheriff’s Office for MPD warrants.
  • Burglary, Highland Creek Dr., met with the complainant, he stated that someone tried to make entry into the Model Home. Report Taken.
  • Burglary, South Broad St., residence entered through a back window between 1300 hours and call time. Black TV and duffle bag missing. CID notified and lifted prints from the window on the scene.
  • Suspicious Person at Roses, reference to a male subject walking around in the area with a stick. He advised he was carving the stick all ok.
  • Mental Subject at Piedmont, reference to two female subjects detoxing and becoming irate. Both Subjects were advised to listen to staff all ok.
  • Traffic Stop, reference to a red Honda Accord driving on North Broad St. with the headlights off. Made contact with the driver and notified him of the reason for the stop. It was the discovered that the vehicle had no insurance. The driver was cited, and the vehicle was towed.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, area of Fleeting Way, reference to a black passenger vehicle driving around the subdivision.  The caller did not wish to meet with Officer.  Officer patrolled the area and had negative contact with any vehicles driving in the subdivision.
  • Dispute, Bolton St., reference to the complainant and subject disputing over him wanting to smoke. Complainant believes the subject is under a lot of stress and wanted him to leave for the night. He was in the process of moving out his belongs upon officer’s arrival. The subject had a warrant out of Walton County for traffic offenses and was arrested and taken to the Walton County Jail. Report Taken.
  • Dispute, Davis St.,reference to complainant wanting a female subject to leave for the night because she was drunk. The two do not live together and the complainant was gone when officers arrived. The female subject’s son came to pick her up to take her home.
  • Prowler, Tanglewood Dr., complainant stated she has continually heard noises outside her front door and was concerned. Upon further inspection it is possibly due to a knocked over trash can rolling in the heavy winds.
  • Prowler, Tanglewood Dr., complainant called again stating she could hear a noise in her yard. Officer located a trash bin that was blowing around in the wind. All ok.
  • Suspicious Person, Alcovy St., officer observed a black male walking down the roadway.  The male had already been spotted in downtown earlier in the night.  Officer got out with the subject who was identified.  Male subject advised he was walking to his girlfriend’s house on Shamrock.  His girlfriend arrived on the scene.  The male subject came back ok.
  • DOA, Carwood Dr., reference to Hospice patient passing away in her sleep. Hospice nurse responded, and hospice patient was turned over to Meadows Funeral Home. Report taken
  • Suspicious Person, Vine St., reference to two female subjects being on the location where male subject works. Male subject advised he works late hours. Nothing further.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, South Madison Ave./Church St., reference to a white in color Ford Expedition failing to maintain lane. The vehicle was located unoccupied.
  • Dispute, East Church St., reference to two male subjects physically disputing. One subject did not want to press charges. Parties were separated.
  • Follow Up, West Creek Circle, reference to locating a male subject who is wanted for questioning by CID. The female subject advised he was at the Youth Detention Center.
  • Harassment, 6th St., meta with complainant who stated named female violated a Temporary Protection Order. Met with the female at the Police Department. No violation occurred.
  • Traffic Stop, Breedlove Dr., West Spring St., silver Mazda returned to a red Ford Focus. Driver was identified and a 2-year-old was observed sitting in the front seat without proper restraints. The vehicle was towed by towing company. She was charged with no insurance, improper tags and child safety seat violation.
  • Fraud, Davis St., reference to complainant needing a report due to someone fraudulently depositing large sums of money into her Wells Fargo account. Report taken.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, West Spring St./South Broad St., reference to a newer model Honda Accord with two females possibly intoxicated and an infant in the vehicle. Officers had negative contact.
  • Domestic, Towler St., reference to male and female subjects verbally arguing over finances and male subject cheating on her. Parties were separated and the situation was mediated.
  • Juvenile Complaint, East Spring St., Monroe Motor Inn, officers made contact with the juvenile, his mother, and grandmother. Juvenile was talked to about his behavior and was released to the custody of his mother and grandmother.

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