Monroe PD Reports: Customer in dispute with gas station cashier trashes glass shelves

The following are the incidents reported by the Monroe Police Department between June 16 – 22, 2017. 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.

  • Damage to Property, Towler  St., complainant said she was disputing with male subject most of the night in reference to him being intoxicated. Complainant has allowed male to live with her and has been advised of the eviction process.  Complainant does have both mirrors on her car broken but male denied any involvement.  Complainant advised of Temporary Protection Order process.
  • Discharge Firearms, Tall Oaks in reference to several gunshots heard in the area. Area check conducted in the wood line behind the American Legion on Harris Street.  No fresh foot prints located.  Area checks were conducted near Davis Street as well as the wood line near the airport and no suspicious persons or activity was located.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Sporty Lane.  Son disobeying his mother by not cleaning up his room.  Spoke to the son and he agreed to be more compliant.
  • Domestic Dispute, Cook Place, male and female disputing.  Male damaging property inside the resident.  No physical contact made between the parties.
  • Welfare Check at Jays Wrecker Service in reference to nobody answering phone calls from Walton County Dispatch.  Contact with male was made and he stated everything was ok
  • Harassment, South Broad St., complainant said a named male subject has been making threats to beat her 4-year-old.  Complainant said this happens when she visits her grandma on Lacy Street.  Complainant was advised of remedies.
  • Fraud, South Broad St., complainant wrote a light bill check for $204.44. Complainant said when the check bounced he contacted the bank to see a charge at Metro PCS for $59.00. Complainant said the only person who had access to his card is his son.
  • Damage to Property, Plaza Drive in reference to complainant’s car being keyed.  Report taken.
  • Damage to Property, East Washington in reference to complainant reporting her back window on her back door is broken.  She stated she believes an ex-boyfriend, broke it but there is no evidence proving that.  Complainant advised on TPO process.  Report taken.
  • Fight at Waffle House North Broad.  A group of black males fighting behind the restaurant.  Made contact with a group of Monroe Area High School students who were horsing around and playing.  No fight occurred.
  • Theft, Wheel House Lane, complainant stated someone took her four pairs of Jordan’s. Report taken.
  • Welfare Check, Cook St., in reference to father stating his daughter and grandchild are living in an inhumane conditions and he is worried about the condition of the grandchild.  No contact was made with anyone at the residence.  Several different methods of ensuring the grandchild was safe was relayed to the father.  All ok.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Tanglewood Lane in reference to a juvenile going into a vacant apartment.  Located the unsecured door and searched the vacant apartment for any juveniles.  None were located and the door was secured.  All ok.
  • Suspicious Vehicle / Person, East Tall Oaks Dr., complainant advised a white van with a male pulled up to his residence asking to clean his carpet. Complainant said the man had his address hand written and when he advised he was going to check with the office, the male left.  He was advised to notify security officer to keep an eye on his residence.
  • Theft, West Spring Street (Panera).  Complainant put her phone down inside of Panera Bread and walked off from it.  Once she realized she didn’t have it, she called the number and a male voice said he just bought the phone.  He soon turned the phone off.  Complainant traveled to Metro PCS and turned the phone off and purchased a replacement.
  • Damaged Property on West 5th Street.  During the night time hours, person(s) unknown damaged the gas tank of subject’s motorcycle.  He could not provide any leads. Report taken.
  • Suspicious Vehicle at Mr. Quick in reference to a Maroon Ford Windstar van. Both front windows are down and appears it is possibly broken down.  Advised owner if he didn’t want it on his property he could have it towed at his own expense.
  • Suspicious vehicle on Highway 78 WB in regards to white Dodge Journey w/ Virginia plates unable to maintain lane. Area checked with negative contact
  • 911 Hang Up, Radford St, complainant advised $20.00 was taken from his sons backpack while at  E. Spring St. Spoke w/ residents on location and they advised they did not have the money. Report taken.
  • 911 Hang Up, S. Broad St., male subject on side of business intoxicated and complained of pains. EMS arrived on scene and escorted him to Clearview.
  • Officer’s reported to WCSO in regards to verbal abuse. Mother stated her 17 YOA son has been very angry and depressed lately and wanted help. Mother was advised of medical evaluation process due to Mitchell her son possibly on drugs and has history of cutting himself. Report was taken for documentation and mother advised to call police if her son gets uncontrollable at the residence.
  • Assault, Ridgeview Institute in regards to complainant being assaulted by patient. The nurse on duty advised the doctor had released him and they wanted him gone. Due to mental state of subject and staff wanting him gone, he was charged with disorderly conduct and escorted to Walton County Jail.
  • Suspicious vehicle on Birch St. in regards to moped driven in roadway by juvenile without helmet. Contact made and advised to keep moped out of roadway and wear helmet.
  • 911 Hang Up call, S. Madison Ave. Verbal dispute between sisters. One sister upset due to losing her son and husband and mother. Sister advised to call if she needed someone to talk to, all ok.
  • Domestic problem, Creekview Dr., male and female subject having verbal argument in front yard because male wanted to leave and female did not want him to. Report taken.
  • Suspicious person at Bus Stop on E. Spring St. Driver advised a passenger was being disruptive. Once subject realized driver called 911, he left the scene. Area checked with negative contact.
  • Welfare check, N. Broad St., in regards to wellbeing of mother and 2-year-old son per ex-husband. All ok.
  • EMS assist, Carver Pl.  EMS received alarm from residence, visual of elderly B/F fallen on floor in back bedroom. Housing maintenance. Arrived on scene and let us into residence. Contact made w/ B/F and she was assisted w/ getting back on her bed and had no complaints on injury. Family arrived on scene, all ok.
  • Runaway juvenile, Wheelhouse Ln. in regards to 16 YOA male left house about 9:00 PM and has not returned. Area checked w/ negative contact. Mother was advised of options. **0050 hrs, juvenile returned home. Report taken.
  • Damage to property, W. Spring St. (Marathon) in regards to customer who disputed w/ cashier and then became upset and pulled over glass shelves in store damaging items. The suspect was described as W/M wearing black baseball hat, gray zip up jacket w/ white t-shirt, ripped blue jeans, and tan boots who appeared to be in early teens to 20’s and ran off on foot towards Bankers Blvd. after incident. Pictures of suspect obtained from video and manager advised a video would be ready for pick-up tomorrow. Report taken
  • Harassment, Walmart, complainant stated three females came to Walmart where she works and told her they were going to “get that ass” and have been coming to Walmart every time she works trying to start a fight. Report taken and management advised to ban all 3 suspects from property if found.
  • Domestic problem in area of Felker St.  Contact made on Felker St. where male and female subject advised they got into a verbal argument over watching the movie “The Notebook”. Both parties advised no physical altercation took place and no signs of violence.

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