Monroe PD Reports: BB gunshot wound; puppy left in hot car, entering autos

The Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period March 29 to April 5, 2018. Due to the length, this report was split into five parts. This is the fourth part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Unknown, Fawnfeild Dr., male and female subjects were disputing over an incident involving a possible rape that occurred last date. After separating the parties and taking initial statements female advised she was not raped and was getting the rest of her belongings so she could leave.
  • Suspicious Person, West Spring St., reference to male subject. He was advised to stop loitering and move on.
  • Harassment, Country Club Dr., complainant stated female subject gave her unwanted property. Complainant advised female subject now wants the property back and instructed that complainant leave it outside her residence. Complainant did as instructed and now female subject is claiming she never received the property back. Complainant advised female subject was threatening to file a police report to have her locked up. Complainant was advised of remedies.
  • Follow Up, Baker St., reference to a property dispute on King Street.  Spoke with female subject from above call who stated she gave the above complainant property in payment for her taking care of her. Female subject stated above complainant did not follow through and was going to return the property today. Female subject went to get the property off the front porch it was missing, and complainant said it must have been stolen. Upon my arrival to speak with complainant from above call the property was back on the porch. I returned the property to female subject without issues.
  • Civil Issue, South Broad St. – MPD -complainant disputing with female subject over ownership of his canine. Dispute mediated. The canine will be returned to complainant on 04/02/2018 at the library.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Highway 78 westbound, reference to a blue Chrysler 200 driven by a white female, unable to maintain its lane. Vehicle turned onto Mt. Vernon prior to reaching the city limits on Monroe.
  • Welfare Check, Ford St., reference to complainant wanting police to knock on door and make contact with female subject. Contact was made.
  • Domestic Dispute, Davis St., complainant attempting to retrieve personal items on location.  Situation mediated.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Mathew Park, reference to find a red chevy trailblazer occupied by female subject in the vehicle told to leave the park due to it being closed.
  • Gunshot Wound, West Spring St., Piedmont Walton Hospital. 16-year-old shot himself in the left hand while playing with a BB gun at home. All ok
  • Dispute, Tall Oaks Lane, male and female subject in a verbal dispute over infidelity
  • Follow-Up at Applebee’s, reference to a stolen iPhone. Complainant called the 911 center to speak with an officer on the phone and advised his girlfriend left her cellphone at the restaurant and upon their return it was missing. Contact made with manage who advised the video could be viewed tomorrow. Officer called complainant back and advised of statement from management and advised they would file a police report tomorrow as they were not in Monroe at the time.
  • Fight, Wheelhouse Lane, reference to subjects fighting in the streets with baseball bats. No one on location could provide any information regarding the altercation. Male subject DOB 2-17-73 was assaulted and received several lacerations but refused to provide officers with any information and also refused medical treatment.
  • Damage to Property, Felker Park, three steel tabs were overturned, and garbage bins dumped out.  Individuals were gone when officers arrived.  I re-righted the tables and cleaned up the garbage.
  • Assault, West Spring St., reference to complainant wanting a report in reference the fight on Wheelhouse Lane from previous call.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Highway 78W/Unisia Dr., Vehicle driving reckless and speeding. Complainant lost contact at Unisia Drive.
  • Theft, N. Broad St. at Deer Acres Inn. Male subject having mental issues. Given a ride to Between where we met with a Loganville Officer to return him to his caregiver.
  • Suspicious Vehicles, Highway 78/New Hope Church Rd., Dodge Challenger and a Ford Mustang possibly speeding toward city limits. Negative contact with vehicles.
  • Domestic, Glenwood Dr., complainant said she believes someone is touching her granddaughter inappropriately. Complainant said when she said something to her daughter, she became upset. Complainant asked her son to get the baby but mother became upset, biting him on the chin and left hand while holding the baby. She was arrested for Battery-FV and Cruelty to Children. Spoke to CID and completed a DFACS referral.
  • Theft, MPD Lobby, met with complainant reference to a subject violating the conditions of a verbal contract. It appears to be a civil matter, according to the complainant Magistrate Court referred him to MPD. He was advised to gather documents that detail the verbal contract and to contact MPD when it was ready. Complainant arrived back at the PD with documentation and a report was filed.
  • Subject with a Warrant, Towler St. area. Anonymous complainant stated a Johnathon Williams subject with a warrant was the passenger in a tan Kia leaving Towler Street headed toward the Boys and Girls Club. Officer’s familiar with Mr. Williams provided dispatch with the proper information to check for warrants through GCIC. Mr. Williams does not currently have any outstanding warrants. All ok. Officers were notified via phone call from Georgia State Patrol, that a Trooper signed warrants one hour prior to this call. Officers and Trooper located the suspect in a vehicle who would flee on foot and was taken into custody by GSP and his cadet.
  • Enter Auto, South Broad St., complainant said someone entered her vehicle over the weekend and stole an iPhone 6 plus and a HiPoint 9mm Serial # given. Gun has been entered onto GCIC. Report taken.
  • Enter Auto, South Broad St., complainant was at the Monroe Country Club on Friday. Complainant said her blue Navigator was parked closer to Alcovy Street. Complainant said after she left she noticed her beige purse and iPad was missing. Complainant is going to look for the serial number to put on GCIC. Complainant said a named female subject used checks from her purse that was stolen and tried to obtain $1500 with one check and $2700 on another. Report taken.
  • Civil Matter, South Madison Ave., (Walton Animal Control). Animal Control Director, stated a company called Daffnies Dog Kitchen donated expired dog treats and food the animal control. He said they could not use all of the treats and food.
  • Animal Complaint, West Spring St., Puppy locked in a black car with windows cracked approximately an inch with no water. AC arrived on scene first advised the puppy was in distress and she went into the business to find the owner with no response. The thermostat at GWA said 84 degrees. Jessica Adams arrested for Cruelty to Animals.
  • Follow Up, Mill Creek Way, reference to a fight that occurred last date at 2300 hours. Viewed the camera footage of the fight and spoke with the complainant last night on Wheel House Lane. Complainant stated the incident occurred because of her neighbor accusing her 14-year-old daughter of picking on her 27-year-old son. Complainant said a female visiting, possibly by name given, hit her daughter in the forearms with a bat. I was unable to talk with anyone at this time. Report taken.
  • Follow Up, Wheel House Lane, reference to complainant providing a cell phone that was left in her yard last night during the fight. Also spoke with complainant and her son about the incident last night. All Ok.
  • Damage to property, Davis St., spoke with complainant who stated that Tittle Max repo the wrong car. When they returned his vehicle, he was damage done to the front bumper, report taken.
  • Reckless Driving, Reed Way, anonymous caller advised two motorcycles were racing down the roadway. Area check completed with negative findings. 
  • Dispute, Alcovy St., spoke with father who stated that he wanted his daughter who was on location to return to her house. Daughter lives behind her father and was intoxicated and needed someone to walk her home.
  • Drug Activity in the area of Ashton Point apartments, complainant wanted officers to know about drug activity in Arnold Point. The area was checked with negative contact.
  • Traffic Stop, S Broad St./Davis St. Conducted a traffic stop after a vehicle failed to stop at a stop sign. Made contact with driver Xavier Williams who showed to have a suspended license and warrant for a failure to appear.
  • Drug Activity, Magnolia Terrace, complainant advised multiple juveniles were in the backyard being loud and smoking marijuana. The juveniles were gone when officers arrived.
  • Discharge Firearm, Davis St./Harris St., heard one gun shot and started to conduct an area check. Then caller advised they heard the same shots in said area. Had negative contact spoke with people in the area, who advised they did not hear anything.
  • Suspicious Person at City Barn, driver parked in the parking lot a city employee advised he was out of fuel and going to sleep in his car for the night.
  • Dispute, Carwood Dr., complainant requested that named female subject be barred from her property after a verbal dispute. Report taken.
  • Business Alarm, J’s Beauty Supply, front door glass break. Business was entered through a broken front door. Hair weave and unknown amount of currency taken. Key holder was contacted at 0130, did not arrive until 0530. Walton County Sheriff’s Office assisted units with K9 tracking, with negative contact. CID was notified.
  • Suicide Attempt, Ridge View, made contact with employee who advised she had a patient on scene claiming to have taken 15 to 20 pills. Ridge View requested she be transported to Clear view for a blood test. Patient was transported by EMS.
  • 911 Hang-Up, Monroe Motor Inn, Contact made with staff who advised room # given possibly called due to recent complaints the male subject made about a suspicious vehicle in the area. Contact made with room, they advised they did not call 911. No signs of a dispute in the area.
  • Drugs, East Church St., caller advised that people are selling drugs in the area did not provide further. conducted area check. With negative contact
  • Suspicious Vehicle, West Spring St., reference to a tan passenger vehicle with a white male asleep in the driver seat. Made contact with driver, advised he was sleeping before work. Driver was ok.
  • Escort, Breedlove Dr., patient refusing to leave. Ridgeview was able to calmly get patient outside for a cab to pick him up. Patient was advised not to come back to this location. All ok.
  • Harassment, Plaza Dr., complainant advised that her neighbor has continued to call police and landlord on them in reference to smoking drugs. Advised of the civil process.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Nowell St., kids throwing rocks at the house. Made contact with the kids and advised them and their mother that they need to stop throwing rocks. Kids reside on Nowell St.
  • Burglary, Lacey St., complainant reported she returned from vacation to find her residence burglarized. Unknown subject(s) entered through back bedroom window. No damage caused to the window. No items missing from the residence. Dusted the window glass of entrance point for fingerprints. Could see hand marks sliding up the window, but no legible prints discovered. Report taken.
  • Drug activity, area of King St., three black males in a grey Honda said to be selling drugs. Vehicle was found parked and un occupied.
  • Shoplifting, West Spring St., named male subject has been entering WalMart taking items. Warrants to be taken on subject for Felony Shoplifting and Criminal Trespass.
  • Welfare Check, Victory Dr., Complainant asked for contact to be made with resident. Resident advised he was ok, and his cell phone was not working properly.
  • Domestic, Old Mill Point, male and female subject in verbal dispute over female’s kids. Male advised he wanted to get his belongings and leave. Parties separated.
  • Dispute, Magnolia Terrace, Juveniles from apartment # given were disputing with juveniles from another apartment # given. Juveniles calling each other ugly and laughing. Spoke to all juveniles and guardians. Situation mediated. All Ok.

 

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