MPD Reports: Wrong way driver on Highway 78 charged with DUI

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The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Oct. 25 – Nov. 2, 2018. Due to the length, this report has been split into three parts. This is the second part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Follow Up, Harvest Lane, reference to contacting the resident about property belonging to the complainant. Contacted mother who advised his property was in a warehouse and it would be shipped to him on Tuesday.
  • Illegal Parking, West Marable St., reference to three to four vehicles blocking the roadway. Officer contacted the owners who moved their vehicles to open the roadway. All ok.
  • Traffic Stop, Glen Iris Dr., LPR generated stop. The vehicle was being driven by a female the vehicle had no insurance and suspended registration. The driver was cited for no insurance and child safety seat law. She was verbally warned on the suspended registration. Vehicle was towed by towing Co..
  • Dispute, Knight St., reference to a dispute between neighbors over dirt on the porch. Situation mediated
  • Suspicious Person, South Madison Ave./Knight St., reference to white female pushing a basket in the street. Person was gone when officers arrived.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, South Broad St., reference to a white vehicle parked behind Rinse for three hours. Vehicle was gone when officers arrived. Business appears secure.
  • Domestic, Wheel House Lane, reference to a custody dispute between two subjects. Both parties advised of civil options.
  • Reckless Driving, reference to a Red truck traveling on Hwy 138 toward the city. Negative contact all ok.
  • Diminished Capacity, West Spring St., reference to a male subject causing a scene. Contacted resident on  Green St.
  • Suspicious Person, Alcovy St., reference to two males walking down the street in white hoodies.  Negative contact.
  • Reckless Driving, Hwy 78 East coming into Monroe, reference to a school bus unable to maintain lane. Observed moving violation and stopped the bus. A warning was issued. All ok
  • Shots Fired, Turner St., Gunshots were reported at another party at this address.  No one wanted to cooperate with officers regarding the shots.  The renter of the property was advised to shut down the party due to safety concerns.  He was advised that further parties would result to charges being filed against him. Devlon Jackson was arrested for DOC when asked for his license he refused to give it up while investigating the shooting.
  • Gathering, Tall Oaks Lane, reference to birthday party. Residents advised on parking, noise, and people hanging out in the streets.
  • Agency Assist, Launius Ave., Assisted GSP in attempting to locate subject after he fled on foot from a traffic stop.  It appears that the subject might have stolen the vehicle at GW Carver drive.
  • Stolen Vehicle, GW Carver, subject from above is believed to have taken a silver Hyundai Sonata rental car with New York tags after fleeing from on foot from GSP.  At this time no Tag information due to rental car.  The vehicle key was left in the car
  • Wrong Way Driver, Hwy 78/Hwy 11, Michael Cloer in reference to driving down Hwy 78 in the wrong direction.  He was stopped and arrested for DUI.
  • Road Rag, East Spring /West Highland/Wayne St./Walton St., two subjects were both issued citations related to driving aggressively towards each other around town.
  • Meet with Officer at MPD, complainant wanted to let officers know she would be on location at Two Peas and a Paw retrieving her property. Ok.
  • Theft, Baker St., reference to complainant having her license and social security card stolen at Walmart last week. Report taken.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Elm Dr., reference to a Hyundai Sonata left running in front of the complainant’s residence. Officer contacted the vehicle and identified it as the stolen vehicle from last night. CID was notified and responded. Supplemental added.
  • Information Report, 6th St., the complainant advised he went to Piedmont Walton last date for some medical issues and was given the wrong prescriptions. The prescriptions were made out to another person and he wanted it on report.
  • Dispute, East Church St., Chevron, reference to complainant stating he left a sledgehammer at named subjects residence on Spring Lane. Named subject gave Officer consent to search her residence to which no sledgehammer was found. Complainant declined charges
  • Dispute, Knight St., reference to named male subject throwing dirt at the residence of complainant. The male subject was gone when officers arrived and stated to have mental behavioral issues. Complainant to contact Officers when male subject returned, Report taken
  • Civil issue, MPD, reference to complainant wanting an Officer to stand by as he retrieved his vehicle from his ex-girlfriend’s. Complainant obtained his vehicle but his spare key was unable to be located from ex-girlfriend’s due to being misplaced. The complainant advised of remedies.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Baron Dr., Anonymous complainant stated several juveniles in the area riding dirt bikes and four-wheelers through residents’ yards. Conducted area check
  • Suspicious Person, South Broad St., Ian Henderson’s Antique Mall in reference to a black male wearing an orange shirt and jeans tampering with doors and other equipment. Male was gone when in an Infinity with an unknown direction of travel. The complainant stated the male was inside the store messing with doors and other items. He advised the male had been on location multiple times before acting suspiciously. Officers located the male at the business next door. He was sent on his way.
  • Damage to Property, Peters and Fosters in reference to people skateboarding near the property and messing with signs.  Spoke to one subject and advised him to stay off the property.
  • Loud Music, Southside, contacted white car but observed no loud music. Spoke with several subjects in the area and advised group to keep the noise down due to the complaint.
  • Dispute, Tanglewood Dr., reference to complainant having with issues with his 17-year-old son, His son was causing a disturbance and would not follow lawful orders by LEO and was arrested for DOC and transported to the Jail on citation
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Hwy 11, reference to a black Mercedes traveling on Hwy 11.  Negative contact with the vehicle.
  • Assault, Storehouse Court, reference to a female named given who attacked male subject over rumors about a boy. Unable to identify female at this time. Report taken
  • Suspicious Vehicle, West Spring St./Pine Crest Dr., reference to cars revving their engines. Area checked and all ok
  • Noise Complaint, New Lacy St., reference to male subject playing music loud in the apartment. Had subject unplug the stereo
  • Meet With, Lawrence St, the complainant called 911 to get in touch with the owner, who is an attorney on South Broad St. Message was delivered to the law firm
  • Suspicious Person, South Madison Ave./Felker Park reference to a Sexual Assault. Made contact and detained male subject on South Madison Ave due to him fitting the description of the suspect. The male subject was released after the victim visually cleared him from being the offender.Dispute, West Spring St., complainant said he contacted named male subject about making his payment. complainant said male subject became hostile and told him to stop contacting him.  Complainant said male subject said he would knock him out but no independent witness. Complainant refused a report but wanted to make police aware.
  • Warrant, Haven Inn & Suites: Michael David Bishop warrant out of Loganville.
  • Theft, WCSO, complainant advised her purse was stolen from her residence on South Madison Ave. at approximately 1130 hours this date by an unknown subject. Report taken
  • Fraud, South Broad St., complainant has suspicious charges on her Verizon account by a named employee.  Report Taken
  • Dispute, West Spring St., 3rd party caller advised a white male and white female involved in a dispute. Contacted subjects on West Vine St. No signs of any type of dispute. Both subjects denied any type of altercation
  • Juvenile Complaint, Ridge Rd., Checked the area. Negative contact with any juveniles
  • Theft, Kings Ridge, complainant advised a company named BrightStar stole approximately $8,000 from his bank account. Report taken
  • Suspicious Person, South Broad St., SecurCare Storage, reference to notifying female subject that she’s only allowed to be on the property from 10 am – 6 pm. Nothing further
  • Welfare Check, Colquitt St., reference to checking on the complainant’s mother due to her grandson possibly snatching the phone from her. Contacted complainants’ mother who stated all was 10-4, she allowed her grandson to use the phone
  • Harassment, West Spring St., Declined report. Advised of the Good Behavior Warrant Process
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Davis St., reference to a white passenger vehicle running off the road. Area check completed with negative contact
  • Wanted Person, West Marable St., Officer observed Rodrick Jeff walking into the apartment. K9 deployed and Rodrick surrendered
  • Damage to Property, Sporty Lane, reference to a window being busted out. Complainant advised she woke up last night around 0130 hours and noticed the window was busted out with a rock. Report taken
  • Domestic, West Spring St., complainant flagged me down and said her husband has been calling and messaging her all morning. Complainant said the DAs office said he has a no-contact order.  I contacted the DAs office who said part of husband probation is to have no contact with her.  I contacted the probation office and spoke to PO who confirmed.  Completed a report and emailed to the PO Office. WTBT Aggravated Stalking
  • Harassing Phone Calls, South Hammond Dr., the complainant said her kids’ father new girlfriend has been calling and messaging her and will not stop.  The complainant said the girlfriend has even called her place of employment trying to start problems there.  Complainant requested a report so she could obtain a Good Behavior Warrant.
  • Burglary, Ford St., complainant advised that named male subject stole a bicycle from his residence on Davis Street. Report taken. Warrant obtained
  • Trespassing, Golden Pantry, Manager advised that a named B/M comes in store around 0900 causing a disturbance.  The subject was gone when officers arrived.  Requests extra patrol at that time
  • Warrant, Windstream/Barrow County. Christopher Beckworth arrested for warrants with
  • Warrant, Walker Dr., Received a call that named male subject was on location. Subject has warrants out of Pennsylvania they will not extradite.  Waiting on Probation to have their warrant for Probation Violation signed before trying to make contact
  • Fraud, Clubside Dr., complainant advised that someone opened a cell phone account with Verizon under her name in July. Report taken
  • Warrant Attempt, Walker Dr., Shaun Redding from the previous call possibly on location has confirmed Agg Stalking Warrant and Probation Violation. Redding arrested. Supp added
  • Theft, Milledge Ave., reference to $1900 being stolen from a complainant. Report taken
  • Juvenile Complaint, Court St., reference to juveniles skateboarding. Juveniles were advised not to skateboard throughout the downtown area and stay off the roadways
  • Shoplifting, West Spring St., on location shoplifting. The owner refused to press charges
  • Disorderly Conduct, Ridge View., Tyler Miller on location causing a disturbance. Subject confronted officers and was taken into custody for DOC. The subject was transported to Piedmont Walton for medical eval. Report made
  • Traffic Stop, Antonio Young stopped for traffic offenses.  K-9 Ciro conducted a free air sniff on the exterior of the vehicle and indicated on the trunk seam.  The vehicle was searched and approximately 2 pounds of marijuana was found in the trunk of the vehicle.  Mr. Young was arrested for possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute and expired registration.
  • Meet With, Carver Place, reference to meeting with the complainant about children in the area bouncing basketballs on the sidewalk

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