MPD Reports: Assault, suicide threats and overdose death

The City of Monroe reported the following incidents for the period Oct. 25 – Nov. 2, 2018. Due to the length, this report has been split into three parts. This is the first part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Suspicious Vehicle, North Broad St./Hwy 78, reference to a black Dodge Avenger (GA tag # given}south bound failing to maintain lane and stopping in roadway. Negative contact.
  • Assault, South Madison Ave., MFD, reference to a female subject on location with a fractured arm stating she was assaulted by six b/m’s in the area of Lacy Street but declined giving out any information on the subjects. The subject was heavily influenced by methamphetamine and was transported to Piedmont Walton.
  • Suicide Threats, Meadow Walk Dr., reference to complainant receiving text messages from male subject advising he was going to kill himself by an unknown method. Officers contacted subjects’ daughter on location. She contacted her father by phone and was advised he was okay and was at work. She could not provide a site location. Officers could not physically locate the male subject.
  • Suspicious Person, West Spring St., Arby’s, reference to a male subject with shopping bags walking in and out of traffic. The male subject was possibly known male subject who was no longer at the ER. Officers conducted an area check with negative contact.
  • Suicide Threats, Atha St., reference to a male subject wanting to kill himself. The male subject was transported by EMS to Piedmont Walton.
  • EMS Assist, Ridge Rd., reference to a male in a black mustang unconscious with CPR in progress. The subject was transported to Piedmont Walton where he was pronounced dead. Subject possibly died from an overdose.
  • Welfare Check, Meadow Walk Dr., contact was made with a male subject and he advised he was all 10-4 and that his ex-girlfriend was worried about him. He was advised on remedies and he assured he was ok.
  • Vehicle Accident, Wheelhouse Lane, a single vehicle struck the residence. Male and female subjects were the driver and occupant. They both left the scene of the accident because of allegations of assault. No witnesses were available that could identify any subjects. Male was issued multiple citations and released at the Police Dept.
  • Suspicious Person, South Broad St., First United Methodist Church, reference to a 20-year-old asking for money and food. The subject was gone when officers arrived. The complainant was told to call back if subject returns.
  • Suspicious Vehicle at Highway 138 heading towards Monroe from Highway 81 in reference to a vehicle driving reckless and running vehicles off the roadway.
  • Traffic Stop, Woodland Rd./McDaniel St., female driver stopped for no insurance and suspended registration. The vehicle was impounded by Wrecker service. The driver was warned for driving a vehicle with no insurance.
  • Disturbance call, West Spring St., Moe’s, reference to a customer causing a disturbance and making threats. The complainant stated a white male with reddish hair and facial hair was cursing and trying to pick a fight with employees inside the store. The male left the location in a red Nissan passenger car with no front bumper.
  • Theft Report, Cook St., complainant wanted to report that her neighbor has been stealing electricity from her. The report was handled by an officer.
  • Theft of Services, Cook Pl., complainant stated neighbor had run an extension cord from their outside outlet into the residence. Neighbor stated he didn’t know anything about it.
  • Identity Theft, West Spring St. at Two Peas and a Paw – Spoke with staff about an ongoing civil issue. Extra Patrol of business was requested. All Okay
  • Parking, Hammond St./Blaine St., reference to a gold Infinity owned by a male subject.  He was advised not to park in the grass and to move his vehicle.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Felker Park, reference to an anonymous complainant stating a black Nissan vehicle was stopped in the middle of the roadway near the boys and girls club. Contact made with the vehicle whose driver was picking up a family member from the fundraiser.
  • Reckless Vehicle, reference to a Ford SUV unable to maintain lane in the area of Checkers and Zaxbys. Made traffic stop on a vehicle for moving violation. No signs of intoxicants present in the driver. Given warning for an improper lane change. All ok.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, East Marable St./Matthews Park – All was okay.  The driver advised the park closes at sunset.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Douglas St., reference to a gray passenger driving recklessly. Located vehicle heading North on Hwy 11, no traffic violations observed.
  • Dispute, Magnolia St., reference to a dispute between two subjects. Conflicting stories of account. Parties separated and incident documented.
  • Traffic Stop, North Broad/Highland Ave., female driver stopped for traffic violation.  The front seat passenger, Georgia Thornton-Kelly was found to be in possession of marijuana and she gave officer’s a false name.  She was cited and released for possession of marijuana less than 1 ounce and disorderly conduct.
  • Mental Issues, Breedlove Dr., reference to a female subject being brought to Ridgeview for a mental evaluation and running off on arrival. Located on Shamrock Drive and agreed to return to Ridgeview.
  • EMS Assist, East Spring St., reference to subject complaining of injured arm requesting transport to hospital. Transported to Piedmont Walton by EMS.
  • Entering Auto, West Spring St., reference to SUV that was parked near the dumpster and left unlocked. $800.00 in cash taken from the wallet. The complainant stated this is the 2nd time her cars been entered in this parking lot while she was cleaning the business. Report taken
  • Suspicious Person, West Spring St., Home Depot, reference to a male subject in a shed. Officer located the male subject and advised him to stay out of the sheds.
  • Suspicious Person, Hwy 78, between Cherry Hill Rd./North Broad St., reference to a white male on foot walking eastbound in and out of traffic. Officers conducted an area check with negative contact.
  • Civil Matter, Harvest Lane, reference to checking on the whereabouts of property belonging to a complainant who has been in the ICU. Officers had negative contact with anyone on location.
  • Dispute, Green St., reference to complainant’s son refusing to leave the residence. Officers contacted the mother and her son. The dispute was verbal only. Son stated he was waiting for his ride. Mother agreed to allow her son to stay on the porch while he waited for his ride. All ok.
  • Entering Auto, Nowell St., reference to complainant observing two black males attempting to steal items out of his red in color 2006 Nissan Titan. The complainant was able to find his cell phone after one of the subjects dropped it in the vehicle before fleeing on foot towards J&B Food Mart. Report taken.
  • Theft, GW Carver Dr., reference to a stolen cell phone.  The incident occurred on Gene Bell Road in the county. Turned over to Walton County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Damage to Property, North Broad St., reference to complainant waving down Officer requesting a report due to a named subject possibly damaging his vehicle. Complainant decided to handle the incident civilly and declined a report.
  • Meet with Officer at MPD parking lot in reference to speaking with a complainant who wanted battery charges dropped against named subject. He was referred to the DA’s office
  • Dispute, Mountain View Dr., reference to complainant verbally disputing with her neighbor and her four juveniles due to them playing on a tree in her yard. The complainant was cited for Disorderly Conduct due to racial slurs and profanity directed at juveniles. Report taken
  • Juvenile Complaint, Nowell St., reference to juveniles breaking bottles in the roadway. Officer had negative contact

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