MPD Report: Stolen vehicle recovered, suspects flee; bizarre report of $15,000 theft

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period June 28 – June 4, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the second part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Suspicious Person -W. Spring St. Car Wash. In reference to black Saturn car with driver stumbling around the vehicle. The subject was gone when officers arrived. 
  • Dispute – Quick Pick. A passer-by stated that a male was on location with a mask. Conducted an area check with no contact. Made contact with workers on the location they advised all was ok.
  • Missing Person – Breedlove Dr. reference a male patient with valid mental evaluation paperwork who stole a nurse’s security key and fled the facility. The subject was located at Taco Bell. The subject was taken into custody and transported back to Ridgeview without incident.
  • Firearms – Pinecrest. The complainant stated they heard four gunshots. Fireworks in the area.
  • Other Law – W. Fambrough. In reference to complainant stating that earlier this date his 14-year-old daughter had inappropriate contact with an 18-year-old subject. Report taken.
  • Assault – Martin Luther King JR. / Marathon in reference to the complainant being attacked by a light skin/possibly white male posing as a police officer. The incident happened outside of the city. County units were advised. The scene was turned over to Deputies on duty
  • Civil Issue – Davis St; Complainant advised of the civil process for retrieving a phone he purchased for his ex-girlfriend during their relationship.
  • Stolen vehicle – Landers St. Reference to a black Chevrolet Tahoe being stolen out of the driveway, keys had been left inside the vehicle. Tahoe was later located in Tanglewood subdivision. After a brief vehicle pursuit, suspects fled the scene on foot. The Tahoe was recovered and taken to the Monroe PD for processing.
  • Vehicle Chase -Tanglewood Dr; Stolen black Tahoe from previous theft call located in the area. The driver and passenger fled on foot after a brief vehicle pursuit. Neither subject apprehended.
  • Vehicle chase – N. Broad. Attempted to conduct a traffic stop of a vehicle that was believed to be involved with the previous call. The vehicle fled and the driver and passenger bailed out of vehicle. A foot pursuit followed by the suspects were able to inter an unknowns’ resident in Monroe Estates. Suspects are believed to be two young black males early teens.
  • Dispute – Maple Way. in reference to complainant stating she was arguing with another female regarding a vehicle. Upon arrival, the homeowner was unaware of any dispute. No vehicle was on the scene. All ok.
  • Suspicious Person – Felker Park. Male sitting in the parking lot. Contact was made in reference to earlier stolen vehicles/pursuits. He was not involved and sent on his way.
  • Escort – Hwy 78 & Unisia. reference a white female walking down the westbound lane of HWY 78. Contact with the female was made. The subject identified was identified and discovered to have active warrants out of the city of Carollton. Carollton advised the warrants were valid but denied placing hold. She was given courtesy transport home.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – S. Madison / E. Fambrough. Reference to a dark-colored Impala parked in front of the Max Mart while the store was closed. (2) male subjects identified. During the stop, it was discovered that one had active warrants out of Walton County for Aggravated Assault. He was arrested and transported to WCSO without incident.
  • Domestic – Springer Lane: in reference to a young black female and male arguing in front of the complainant’s front yard. While the couple was arguing both were hitting each other. Subjects left in a Jeep Liberty before Officers’ arrival.
  • Vandalism – Church St. in reference to an unknown person spray painting a Walk by Faith World out Reach Ministry van.
  • Meet with Officer – S. Broad St. – MPD in reference to complainant wanting information about his stolen vehicle earlier this date.
  • Burglary – Magnolia St. Complainant claimed on Thursday, May 28, 2020, a young female sprayed something into his house to make him go to sleep. When Morris was sleeping, the female subject walked into his residence got his wallet out of his pocket and stole $15,000.
  • Unsecured Building – Alcovy St. – In reference to an unsecured door. Building cleared; however, there is no way to secure the door. Attempted to discover and locate the key holder.
  • Follow Up – S. Broad St. MPD in reference to the subject wanting to give information about the chase from the night shift.
  • Damage to Property – MLK Jr. Blvd Mister Wash In reference to property damages that occurred inside of the car wash. The vehicle got bumped off the tracks and another vehicle rear-ended it. Report taken.
  • Over Turn Vehicle Collision – Hwy 78 / Unisia Drive: In reference to 2 vehicles involved, 1 overturned. Turned over to Georgia State Patrol.
  • Civil Issue – S. Madison Ave in reference to complainant wanted his vehicle back from JB Service but the owner was refusing to give him his car after it was paid in full. The complainant and the owner agreed to pick up his vehicle on Sunday at 1400 hours and his vehicle will be finished.
  • 911 Hang Up – E. Washington St.: In reference to someone dialing 911 at this location. All parties on location stated no one dial 911 or have the phone number provided.
  • Dispute – Lakeview Dr. in reference to a verbal dispute between mother and her son. Parties separated. Report taken.
  • Loud Music – Thompson Ridge Dr. off of Wellington Dr in reference to loud music, people at the resident were instructed to turn the music down.
  • Welfare Check – E. Marable St. at Matthews Park in reference to a tent in the woods. Made contact with the subject who was advised he could remain in the park during operational hours but could not tent camp. Agreed to leave.
  • Dispute – Glen Iris Dr. in reference to the complainant being in a physical altercation with her boyfriend. The complainant was uncooperative with officers and did not share any information about her boyfriend’s identity or the events that took place. Report taken for documentation.
  • Speeding Motorcycles – Hwy 11 near Dial Rd. in reference to two motorcycles speeding entering the City of Monroe. Negative Contact
  • Juvenile Complaint – Wheel House Ln. in reference to juvenile riding four-wheeler in the roadway. Advised not to ride in the roadway.
  • Vehicle failure to Maintain Lane – N. Broad St. at Church St.
  • Disturbing the Peace – Thompson Ridge Dr.: In reference to loud music coming from this location. The owners were explained about unruly house charges. The music was turned off and the gathering will end approximately in two hours.
  • Juvenile Complaint – Tigers Way. Reference to multiple juveniles seen riding on the roadway. No four-wheelers witnessed by patrol Contact made with parents of juveniles and advised to stay off the roadway.
  • Mental Patient – Piedmont Walton. Reference a signed mental evaluation patient who fled the facility. The patient found walking down west Spring. The patient was returned to Piedmont Walton staff and turned over to Hospital Staff.
  • Civil Issue – 3rd St; Complainant disputing with family / landlord over them requesting her to cut the grass after they received a compliance notice from code enforcement. Situation mediated.
  • Found Property – Taylor’s. Staff at Taylor’s found two firearms in an impounded vehicle. Checked to see if firearms stolen were negative. Turned over to Taylors staff

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