MPD Reports: 2-year-old taken to the hospital after overdosing on prescription medication

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Feb. 6 – 13, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the first part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction. 

  • Follow up – Oak St. Mother lost contact with her son who left the house refusing to go to school and returned home to meet with the officers. Officers located the juvenile on Tyler St. He was given a ride home to get his book bag and was taken to school. The report was declined. 
  • Damage to property – E. Washington St. Complainant advised that a subject through a rock at her windshield. The report was taken.
  • Juvenile complaint – Double Springs Church Rd., Monroe Area High School. Ref to a student who walked away from school, located at Monroe Church of Christ. The student was taken into custody and transported to the PD for Juvenile complaint and then turned over to the mother at MPD.
  • Entering auto – Gatewood Way. Contact made with complainant who advised an unknown subject approximately 3 weeks ago entered her vehicle and took her WIC vouchers. Report Taken.
  • Burglary in progress – E. Church St. Subject was located inside of the house. He was briefly detained and released once he was cleared to be in the residence by the homeowner.
  • Fraud Report – S. Lumpkin St. In reference to the cashier advised two subjects used two fake checks to cash out on 1 January 2020. The report was taken.
  • Child abuse – Georgia Ave. DFACS. Reference to possible child abuse. Criminal Investigation Division notified. Report was taken
  • Other law – W. Spring St., Piedmont Walton in reference to a 2-year-old ingesting prescribed medication and overdosing.
  • Tree down – S. Broad St., Southside MHP. Near stop sign inside of the park. Roadway passable, Utilities notified, all ok.
  • Dispute – Atha St. In reference to complainant upset about the service at the Chevron Food Mart. Parties separated, all ok.
  • Harassment – W. Spring St., It’s Fashion. in reference to complainant giving her Snapchat information to a friend and her information and pictures being used for fake profiles on Facebook. The complainant was advised of the copyright laws of infringement and remedies.
  • Suspicious Person – Tall Oaks Dr. Complainant wanted his estranged wife arrested and off the property due to good behavior order in place. The wife was at her mothers’ residence down the street in the complex, the order was not violated, Report was taken.
  • Agency Assist – Piedmont Monroe. In reference to a subject being irate with medical staff. The subject began to get irate with officers. The subject was assisted into his bed where he was restrained by on-scene medical staff.
  • Child Custody – S. Broad St.- Complainant advised his child’s mother had been sending him rude text over the arraignment of picking up his child. He requested a report be made of this so he could take it to court. The report was taken.
  • Dispute – Meadow View Dr. – Complainant reported she was being hurt by her brother and mother. After speaking with the complainant’s mother complainant advised that she was not being hurt she was just mad at her brother and his friends for being too loud.
  • Entering Auto – Alcovy St.- Complainant stated she heard what she believed to be her car doors being shut. Officer checked the vehicle and it did not appear anyone had entered it. There also were not any footprints in the mud around the vehicle.
  • Follow Up – Woodland Rd.- In reference to a subject who was back on location. The subject was gone uOfficers’cers arrival. Due to the suspicion that the subject was under the influence of narcotics Officers stayed in the area. A neighbor flagged down officers and advised she seen a male matching the description of the subject enter the property of a house that was under construction. He was also observed hiding in other yards. The subject went back to Woodland Road where he was placed in custody for loitering and prowling.

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