Monroe PD Reports: Great-grandmother accused of beating, starving children

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 final part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Suspicious Vehicle on Birch St., Unknown caller stated a black male on dirt bike with no helmet riding down the street.  Observed a black male on a scooter, wearing a helmet and driving safely.
  • Dispute, Radford St., Follow up from earlier verbal dispute this date.  Parties decided to separate for the night.
  • Harassment, Sycamore Ct., complainant advised that a named female subject has been harassing her through communication since Sunday June 18.  Stated she had told female subject to stop and leave her alone. Complainant changed her number and now female subject is showing up at John’s Supermarket, complainant’s place of work, looking for her. Complainant has requested that police make contact with female subject and make it clear to her that she needs to leave complainant alone.
  • Juvenile Complaint, West Vine St., Conestoga, complainant stated juveniles in the area were picking on her grandson with juvenile named and advised both parties to stop bullying each other.
  • Dispute, South Broad St., Walgreens in reference to female subject on location wanting to purchase items that require an ID and did not have an ID.  Subject was advised that employee must follow their policy and that she needs to obtain an ID if she wanted the items.  Subject left the store.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, West Spring St., Dollar Tree.   In reference to a gold PT Cruiser on location since Monday.  Note found on dash board of vehicle advising vehicle would not start.  Complaint was advised to contact a tow company due to it being on private property and the vehicle is not stolen.
  • Loitering, West Spring St., McDonalds in reference to officer riding by and saw a group of four juveniles sitting on the back of the truck and appeared to be hanging out.  Warning citation given to five male subjects in reference to Loitering at the McDonalds.
  • Dispute, Radford St., Reference to female on location arguing with another female, parties separated and DFAC’s referral will be completed.
  • Missing Dog, Gliding Lane, owner stated he let his K9 Chico out around 2100 and the K9 never returned home.  Neighbors stated they saw the K9 at the gas station around 2100.  Conducted area check with negative contact.  Advised owner to contact the animal shelter in the morning.  Owner was extremely intoxicated.
  • Suspicious Person, Reed Way, in reference to a black male outside his residence shaking keys.  Upon arrival no one was found to be in the area and no one has seen anyone near the residence.  Asked the homeowner if he wanted to go to the hospital to speak with someone.  He denied going to the hospital.
  • Entering Auto, Ridge Rd., unknown suspect entered into complainant unlocked vehicle and stole bags and headphones. No damage to the vehicle.
  • Entering Auto, Pine Circle. Joseph Tatum advised someone entered his unsecure Honda Element. Video of an unknown black male was captured. No items taken.
  • Damage to Property, South Broad Street – Southside Mobile Home Park. Park manager, Michael Hales, advised someone sprayed the back of the entrance sign with red paint during the night hours.
  • Welfare Check, South Broad St., two citizen’s requested a welfare check on their friend who resides at the residence because they haven’t heard from her. Made contact with the neighbor who advised Pelham was in recovery from hip surgery.
  • Burglary, Plaza Dr., complainant reported her storage unit being broken into. Miscellaneous tools and car speakers taken. No serial numbers.
  • Dispute, West Spring St., Haven Inn, guest stayed the night in a nonsmoking room. She smoked inside the room and argued with the hotel manager about the cover charges for smoking in the room. Subject was GOA upon officer’s arrival.
  • Emergency Message, Unisia Dr., Hitachi. Contact made with employee in reference to his wife being transported to the hospital in Athens.
  • Gun Shot Wound, Wheel House Lane. Uylesis Brown received a gunshot wound to the abdomen and later succumbed to his wounds at Clearview Regional Medical Center. Manual Hector was taken into custody on Mill Creek Way for the shooting.
  • Suspicious Person, South Broad St., Southside Mobile Home Park. Complainant wanted to advised officer of a suspicious person hanging out around lot number given
  • Found Property, Alcovy St., store clerk advised a white male left a book bag on location. A laptop, headphones and a cell phone was located in the book bag. Made contact with the mother who stated her son would be en-route to get his book bag.
  • Stolen Vehicle, Ridge Rd., complainant reported her 2003 Nissan Altima missing from the parking lot. She stated the vehicle has been inoperable since 6-18-17 and management may have towed the vehicle from the property.
  • Fraud, West Spring Street. On 6/17/17 an unknown black male entered the store and attempted to do cash advance. Employees thought it seemed suspicious and notified corporate. Corporate stated the same male hit several other branches as well.
  • 9-1-1 Hang Up, Magnolia St., Dispatch advised they could hear someone screaming on the phone. Spoke to mother who advised her kids were playing on the phone.
  • Theft, North Broad St. at WOW Express. Subject stole oil barrels from behind the store. Owner has pictures of the subject and his vehicle.
  • Threats, South Madison Ave. Unknown person making threats toward female subject and her family in reference to the homicide on Wheelhouse Lane.
  • Damage to Property, Storehouse Court, complainant advised someone shot her back window last date with a BB gun.
  • Damage to Property, West Spring St., Walmart.  Two (2) vehicles open their doors and caused damage. The subjects declined an incident report
  • Dispute, West Spring St., Clearview Regional Medical center. ER staff called and advised approximately 50 subjects were on location
  • Warrant Service, Alcovy St., Jessica Lassiter on scene with an active warrant for violation of probation. Subject arrested and taken to the Walton county Jail.
  • Loitering, Davis Street in reference to several subjects on location, possibly selling drugs. Subject’s GOA upon officer arrival.
  • Suspicious Vehicle on Birch Street in reference to a juvenile on a moped motorcycle. Subject warned to stay out the street.
  • Suspicious Person at Trading Place. Subject attempting to open a beer inside the store, but left in a vehicle prior to officer arrival. Subject GOA southbound on Broad Street
  • Harassment report taken at the Monroe Police Department. Complainant advised she was threatened by her ex-husband’s wife at the Government building today, after court.
  • Shoplifting, South Broad St., John’s Supermarket, female subject shoplifted $24 worth of goods.  Subject left prior to arrival will attempt to arrest her at her residence.
  • Dispute, Birch St., guest at resident stated that her boyfriend’s baby mom arrived at the residence and got in her face.  The complainant told all parties to leave her house and they refused.  Boyfriend’s baby mom was gone on arrival.  Guest left after speaking with officers.
  • Dispute, Creekview Dr., complainant on location stating she was ok that her Ex Husband was on location and left.  She did not advised it they were in a dispute or not, all she stated was she was okay and that she did not like him.
  • Alarm, Plaza Dr., Dialysis Center.  Made contact with two juvenile females on location.  Two juveniles advised they were walking home from a friend’s residence on Plaza.  They stated it started pouring down rain so that stopped at the Dialysis Center to see if anyone was there to ask to charge their phone to call their mother.  The females stated both doors were opened and they entered.  They saw no one was there so they exited the building.  Upon my arrival the front door was locked and secured.  The rest of the building was also secure.  Officer gave the juveniles a lift to Parkway Place.
  • Prowler, Reed Way.  Homeowner stated that he saw a light in his attic and when he shined a light back it turned off.  Homeowner stated that he opened the attic and saw three black guy in the attic told them to get out of his attic.  They dropped down and ran out the front door.  No signs of forced entry and no evidence that anyone was in the attic.
  • Civil Issue, 4th Street in reference to complainant on location stating a named subject came and took his dog out of her yard and threatened to come and fight her husband because the dog has a scratch on it.
  • Child Abuse, Oakwood Lane. Deputy advised Monroe PD that he received a report of child abuse occurring on Oakwood Lane. He stated the complainant was the grandmother of the children. The three children lived with their great grandmother whom beat them and starved them on a regular basis. Officer & Deputy and DFACS went to the residence and met with the children and their guardian. All three children appeared to be severely underweight and had marks and/or bruises on their bodies. DFACS removed the children from the home and placed them in the custody of their grandmother. CID was notified and assisted with case. Charges will be taken for Cruelty to Children and FV Battery.
  • Entering Auto, Ridge Rd. Complainant stated unknown person entered her Nissan Exterra.  Vehicle was left unsecured, cell phone charger taken.  Complainant declined report.  Conducted an area check for further vehicle with negative contact.
  • Trespassing, Davis St., complainant advised that the house was vacant and people have been staying there, the residence was checked and no was found there.  She advised to criminal trespass everyone on location if we see someone.
  • Domestic, Tall Oaks Dr., complainant stated her boyfriend made rude comments to her.  The boyfriend willingly moved out of the residence.
  • Theft, East Church St., Jack Peters.  Met with complainant who stated he left his phone on the counter and somebody picked it up while talking to complainant a female returned the phone and he declined a report.
  • Suspicious Person, Heritage Ridge Dr., complainant stated he observed a teenage female run from his residence.  Contact made with several subject in a white van driven by named female who stated they were playing ding dong ditch with complainant’s son.
  • Fire Assist, West Spring Street – Haven Inn.  Complainant stated a passenger vehicle was unoccupied and on fire. Officer was able to utilize issued fire extinguisher to put vehicle fire out.  Contact made with the owner, she denied report claiming she had liability insurance only.  No Signs of arson.
  • Civil Issue, East Church St., met with complainant who had questions.  She asked if her landlord could put her stuff out in the rain, she provided an eviction notice that said she had to be out by the 1200 on the 22.
  •  Civil Issue, Reed St., husband stated his wife is cheating on him and he wanted to put her belongings on the front porch.  Advised husband of civil remedies and warned him of criminal trespass law.
  • Suspicious Vehicle at the Car Wash on South Broad.  Male subject sitting in his truck in a bay.  Subject stated that he just got off work and was washing his windows.  Subject was sent on his way.
  • Follow Up, Friendship Church Road.  Tiffani Avery arrested for shoplifting, fingerprinted and released on copy of citation.  WCSO Deputies located several subjects in rear shed and an unknown quantity of methamphetamine.  Deputies arrested several subjects

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