MPD Report: Alleged tailgating incident results in man being dragged by vehicle from his driveway

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period July 26 – Aug. 1, 2019. 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.

  • Dispute – Walton Rd: Two subjects were said to be disputing. Both subjects were gone on arrival. 
  • Dispute – Plaza Dr. – In reference to complainant wanting her son to leave the residence. Son stated he was only there because it was close to work and lived at Riden Rd. in Bostwick. Advised he needed to leave and change his license due to living in Bostwick for a year.
  • Theft – N. Broad St. Complainant advised he noticed this date that his tag was no longer on his vehicle and another had been put in its place.
  • Threats – Unisia Dr. (Hitachi): Complainant said a white male was sitting in his vehicle waving a gun out of the window. Another witness said the gun was broken down. The contacted subject who said the gun was in his vehicle and he was cleaning it during his lunch break. Complainant did not want to prosecute but Hitachi advised they have a policy that states no guns on the property. Hitachi requested us to escort subject from the property.
  • Welfare Check – Area of Tall Oaks: In reference to a sky diver’s parachute not opening. Checked with the Monroe Skydive they stated all jumpers are accounted for.
  • Juvenile – E. Church St.; While the officer was checking the area on foot, four very young juveniles entered the store without an adult. Spoke to the subject who was behind Jack Peters and advised the kids had to be supervised by an adult when in the store.
  • Fight – Milledge Ave./East Washington St.: Officer was flagged down and advised of a fight. The fight was part of Morse Ford reenactment
  • Fight) South Broad Street: Two subjects disputing overstaying together and a cell phone. No act of family violence committed. Parties separated.
  • Animal Complaint – Hubbard St.: In reference to deer under a truck. Due to the condition of deer, the officer contacted DNR in the event they would want to test. DNR advised to put down. While moving the deer to a safe place to put down she ran back into the overgrown brush.
  • Wanted Person – Towler St. In reference to serving a warrant on subject for Violation of Probation out of Conyers PD.
  • Dispute – Piedmont Walton in reference to mental patient causing a disturbance. Upon Officers arrival the subject was calm. All okay.
  • Traffic Hazard – S. Madison Ave. in reference to possible water main break. Complainant advised the water main in front of his residence has broken again. Monroe utilities notified.
  • Animal Complaint – Childers Park in reference to blue pitbull charging the complainant.
  • Mental Patient – Piedmont Walton in reference to a mental patient being combative and walking around the ER. Upon officers arrival, the subject went back into his room.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – in area of Lacy St. and Harris Str. in reference to a vehicle parked on the side of the street. Call Cleared due to the vehicle being Monroe PD Unit on an area check. All okay.
  • An accident with Pedestrian – Pinecrest Dr. Upon Officer arrival it was determined the incident was not an accident. The complainant stated he had been “tailgated” on his way home. After arriving home, the vehicle pulled into his driveway. A dispute ensued and complainant reached into the vehicle. The complainant was dragged by the driver up the road where he eventually fell onto the roadway. He was only able to give the description of a silver Chevrolet Malibu. Complainant did not know the driver.
  • Transport – E. Washington St. Juvenile, a 15-year-old male needing ride home to Lawrenceville. Turned over to Mother. Verbalissueding issue for curfew violation.
  • Dispute – Hwy 78 at Waffle House in reference to a dispute between employee and patron. Situation was resolved and patron left with her order.
  • Dispute – Tall Oaks W. Complainant advised a friend was at her residence refusing to leave. Officers advised the subject he had to leave the location. During the course of the investigation the male allegedly misidentified himself. He was taken into custody for false name and date of birth.

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