Monroe PD Reports: Bikes and tools stolen from local business

The Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Dec. 1 – 7, 2017. 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.

  • Theft at Highway 78 East, complainant stating her wallet was stolen at Spring Street Laundry on East Spring Street at around 1630 – 1700 this day. Report Taken.
  • EMS Assist, Towler St. at Camptowne Apartments. Intoxicated resident complaining about neck pain, cooperated and left to the hospital with EMS.
  • Dispute, Chestnut Lane, complainant wanted named male subject removed from the residence. Complainant informed of the eviction process. Male subject left the residence for the night. Report Taken for alleged simple battery against complainant.
  • Wanted Person Located on Magnolia.  Complainant stated Tavion Gilree was in the area and had active warrants.  Mr. Gilree initially fled on foot from officers but was located hiding in the bathroom on Magnolia Terrace.  Mr. Gilree was arrested for the active warrants and transported to jail.
  • Officer to meet with complainant on Ash Street complainant wanted information in reference to a TPO he stated he had against female subject. No TPO was active, but female subject was informed of prohibited trespassing on a prior call. Complainant informed of the TPO process.
  • Dispute, Vine Street, female subject was in a verbal dispute with a neighbor. Caller refused to meet with officers. Female subject was advised of disorderly conduct laws.  All ok.
  • Area Check on West Marable. Foot Patrol looking for male subject. Located Nicholas Booker who was located at West Marable sleeping in a vehicle. Nicholas was arrested for active warrants and transported to the Walton County Jail.
  • Dispute, Bold Springs Ave., couple disputing over losing their job and allegations of infidelity. Situation was mediated. Male subject’s mother picked him up and he got all of his belongings. Report Taken
  • Assist Citizen, West Spring St. / Pinecrest, complainant got upset over life choices and was needing a moment to be alone. His mother and friend spoke to him after he calmed down. All was ok.
  • Entering Auto, Plaza Drive at Your Extra Attic. Complainants advised that an unknown person(s) made entry into their gated facility and took both of their bikes and tools from the bed of their truck. One of the bikes was a black and white mountain bike with the front forks spray painted white, and the second bike had blue on the inside of the wheels with a brown and white Schwinn seat. The tools consisted of multiple yellow and black Dwelt tools and multiple Porter and Cable tools. All the tools had the initials AM marked on them. The incident occurred sometime between 2100 hours yesterday and 0850 hours today.
  • Burglary Report, East Church in reference to complainant with Rowe Service Property Preservation, finding the window on the front door of the residence broken, residence cleared no one was inside. The window was broken last month by a previous resident and a report was taken.
  • Domestic Dispute, Turner St., reference to subject chasing his girlfriend down the street.  Denied the claim both parties sitting on the front porch.
  • Suspicious Person, W Spring Street. Black male walking down the street with a suitcase. Subject was walking down the road holding his bags trying to get to Wendy’s.
  • Shoplifting, West Spring Street at Walmart. Female subject was detained by Walmart for shoplifting approximately $32 worth of merchandise. Walmart declined prosecution. Female subject was served with a lifetime criminal trespass warning from Walmart.
  •  Unknown Problem, South Broad Street at MPD. CID requested an officer in reference to an upset Asian female who didn’t speak English on location. Female was taken to Oriental Garden to request assistance with translating. Employees advised the female’s husband wanted to send her back to China and she did not want to go back. Female was wanting assistance in finding a job. Her husband wanted to kick her out of the residence. Officer spoke to husband and advised him of the eviction process.
  • Damage to Property, South Broad in reference to residence returning home to find the side door of their residence open and threatening words written on the glass of the front door, signed SD. residence cleared report taken.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Landers St., reference to mother’s 11-year-old son being called names by a child on the bus. Situation mediated.
  • Theft Report, WCSO lobby in reference to medication stolen from complainant’s vehicle. Complainant was traveling on Pinecrest and turned into McDaniel street, he picked up two black males who ask for a ride to Davis street. Once they arrived at Wayne and McDaniel St they asked to get out of the vehicle. When complainant arrived at home he discovered the medication was missing. Report taken
  • Dispute, Breedlove Dr., reference to complainant pulling a TPO out on female subject.  Complainant thought the TPO had been served but it had not.  Explained to both parties that when the TPO is signed by the judge they will have to obey it.
  • Domestic problem, Ridge Road. (Skyline Trace), regards to father stating he wanted his son to leave. Son was gone prior to arrival, all ok. Not actual domestic incident, only verbal and civil in nature.
  • Suspicious person, W. Vine Street. Complainant advised unknown male came out of woods and tried to grab her son’s girlfriend’s daughter. Mother of child not on scene and could not gather information. Complainant advised to call police when she returns.
  • Escort from Clearview, regards to female being discharged and family would not come get her. Courtesy ride given, and family advised of laws. Adult Protective Services was already advised.
  • Suspicious vehicle in regards a U-Haul truck in area of E. Spring Street at N. Midland Ave. driving slowly. Contact made with two subjects who claimed their nephew was driving but gone when officers arrived. All ok.
  • Domestic problem, Turner St., complainant advised her boyfriend is constantly getting drunk and threatens her. Complainant was advised of remedies and report taken.
  • Domestic problem, King St., couple had verbal altercation due to ending marriage. Husband took some property and left scene. Wife advised due to marriage, property is communal. Remedies were advised, and report taken.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, South Broad St., Reference to a Semi-Truck failing to maintain lane. Officer followed the vehicle, and all appeared ok.
  • Civil Issue, East Tall Oaks Dr., reference to complainant who lives on Sporty Lane complaining about the trash she set outside of her residence. Complainant wanted the property manager to do something about the trash and the fact people in the neighborhood going through it. Complainant then stated while in the office the property manager grabbed her, due to the lack of witnesses and physical evidence no charges were filled.

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