MPD Reports: Burglary, drug activity, assault, suicide threat and dispute reports

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Nov. 14 – 21, 2019. Due to the length, this report has been split into four parts. This is the final part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Dispute – North Broad Street. Dispute over customer service. Complainant was advised to return at a later date to speak with the manager 
  • TPO Violation – Magnolia Ter. Complainant advised that subject has been attempting to contact her for the past couple of days, and often rides by her residence. Report taken for documentation
  • Agency Assist – DFACS advised they needed us to stand by while they removed a child from a home.
  • Dispute – Towler St. – Ex-boyfriend and girlfriend were disputing over one wanting to get her and her daughter’s clothes, from room. The complainant agreed to let her get her clothes. Both parties agreed to leave each other alone.
  • Dispute – Maple Ln. Argument between two subjects over something said on social media. Situation resolved. All ok
  • Burglary – Nowell St.: Complainant reported that her backdoor of her residents was forced open and various items were thrown around the house. Complainant advised the only items missing were her grandmother’s fake jewelry and the jewelry box. Complainants’ boyfriend called at approximately 2230 Hours to update us that they had found the jewelry and the jewelry box. The complainant said that two pair of his Jordan’s were missing.
  • Suspicious Person – Pinecrest Dr. Caller stated a female was walking and appeared to be having trouble. Officer made contact with the female who was a Wendy’s employee and gave her a ride to her residence.
  • Unknown Law – Tigers Way in reference to subjects next door fighting in the front yard. Contact was made with a subject who left in a vehicle and advised there was a misunderstanding and all was ok. It did not appear that any crimes had been committed at this time.
  • Burglary Attempt – Glenwood Dr. in reference to a burglary. Complainant advised two are missing from his residence. Report made.
  • Suicide Threat – Wall St. – In reference to subject wanting help due to wanting to harm himself. Requested transport to Piedmont Walton.
  • Domestic Dispute – Irving St.: Complainant stated she got into an altercation with her sister over living arrangements and obligation. Parties separated and situation mediated. Report taken.
  • Meet With – Harvest Lane – In reference to a subject having an emotional breakdown. The subject went to Ridgeview for treatment.
  • Shoplifting – W. Spring St. (Wal-Mart): Complainant stated that a subject had items that she didn’t pay for. A criminal Trespass was issued. Report taken
  • Drug Activity – Tall Oaks E. in reference to complainant going through her mother’s personal belongings and finding drug paraphernalia. The complainant was advised that the police had no legal ground to enter her mother’s residence for the matter at hand. Nothing further.
  • Fraud – E. Spring St. – In reference to fraudulently issued check from Atha Equipment Rental. Report Taken.
  • Fire Assist – Lacy St. – In reference to duplex catching fire. Home unlivable and Red Cross arrived to assist.
  • Shoplifting – Quality Foods. Subject on location trying to steal potato. She was cited and released for shoplifting.
  • Child custody – Birch St. Father on location wanting to see his kids. After speaking to the mother, she advised, she and the kids were not on location. He was advised of the civil process.
  • Assault – W. Spring. in reference to a 13-year-old male allegedly assaulted by staff at Ridgeview. Criminal Investigation Division notified. Report made
  • Wanted person – Boys and Girls Club; Subject called 911 to request an ambulance for a chest cold. The subject had an active warrant out of Walton County Sheriff’s Office. WCSO advised they were not going to confirm the warrant and sit with the subject at the hospital. The subject was released to EMS for transport to Piedmont Walton.

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