MPD Reports: Woman arrested after alleged kidnap and auto theft attempt

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period June 13 – 20, 2019. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the third part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Kidnapping Attempt – E. Church St.: Turkessa Sheats arrested after attempting to kidnap two children and steal a vehicle. Warrants to be taken for kidnapping and theft by taking motor vehicle.
  • Assault – Piedmont Walton called in reference to a female who appeared to have been assaulted and would not give any information.  Once Officer was able to get to her room the female had been given medication that made her sleep.  She would not wake up to answer questions.  They advised they would call back when she was awake.
  • Fight – Piedmont Walton.  While Officer was on the scene to answer another call, EMS asked for assistance with a combative patient.  Officer stood by while Medical Staff gave the subject an IV due to his level of intoxication.  During the course of the incident, the male pulled out his IV and attempted to leave.  He had made multiple statements that he wanted to die.  Officer assisted the subject back to his bed.  The subject then began to fight the Officer and was restrained.  Incident report and use of force report completed.
  • Illegal Parking – Monroe Estates: In reference to a large party on location. Multiple subjects on location, refusing commands and remaining disorderly. Daniel Whitfield, Hannah Smith, and Byron Mitchell received citations for disorderly conduct. Kayli Jones arrested for felony obstruction with violence, Ivan Tory arrested for obstructing and drug-related object. Warrants to be taken, use of force completed.
  • Dispute – Tall Oaks E.  Complainant accused subject of stealing some belongings.  Both parties live at the location.  Subject was not on location at time of the call. Complainant was unable to give much information on the items due to his level of intoxication.  Report taken.
  • Suspicious person – Carver Pl. Caller stated that two males were walking around and that the males had been trespassed for government housing. Upon arrival both males ran on foot. Quontrail Rowland and Dantoio Tarylor were caught shorty after and taken to Walton County Jail.
  • Assault – GW Carver. Complainant stated she was assaulted by subject and another unknown female.  Officer did not observe any marks on complainant.  Report taken.
  • Assault – W. Spring St.: Amy Higginbotham was determined to have been assaulted in the county. Walton County Sheriff’s Office responded but was unable to determine the extent of the assault as Higginbotham was not being cooperative.  Once released from the hospital, Higginbotham was arrested on Failure to Appear warrant with the city.
  • Overdose – Alcovy St.: Subject overdosed on possible cocaine, meth and fentanyl. 2-tubes of Narcan used and subject transported to Walton Piedmont.  Kimberly Williamson arrested for Disorderly Conduct and transported to Walton Piedmont for medical evaluation.  Williamson was trespassed from a residence on Alcovy St.
  • Meet With – (Great Oaks Assisted Living) Complainant wanted a report to document bruising on her mother. She had on her left side and arm area. Report Taken.
  • Dispute – W. Spring St. – In reference to subject not wanting to leave the hospital. Advised he had no more medical complaints and was discharged.
  • Civil Issue – Southside Park/Norris St.: Complainant on location requesting her headphones be returned from subject. Advised subject would not return headphones. Headphones located at on Norris Street. Subject issued warning citations for 62-9 and given 15 days’ notice to improve residence reference junk and broken-down cars. Report taken.
  • Dispute – Kendal Ct. – Complainant stated her son was on location and intoxicated. She requested officers to speak to him and get him to go to bed.
  • Parking – E. Washington. Vehicles parked in the wrong spots. Warning citations issued.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – W. Spring St. – Walmart in reference to a white Honda Prelude in the parking lot with multiple boxes of items sitting on the vehicle. The officer made contact with owner who stated he was living out of his vehicle and removed items so he could sleep in the car. All ok.

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