MPD Reports: Car runs back onto person fixing it; Man experiences medical episode at Truck Stop

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Jan. 9 – 16, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the final part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Damage to Property – Highway 78, Walton Truck Stop. Reference to a damaged pump. A tractor-trailer struck a pump early this morning. Hit and run report taken. 
  • Suspicious vehicle – Creek View Dr. Ref to a white work truck with w/m on location for an extended period of time. All ok, Housing authority doing paperwork on a residence.
  • Dispute – E. Spring St., Mr. Quick’s. Ref to a dispute with a male customer. No dispute, the subject was turned over to MED 1.
  • Citizen flag down – N. Broad St. and Sorrells St. Complainant advised that an unknown person was “picking on her.” She left the area with family members.
  • Traffic stop – Unisia Dr. and Aycock Ave. The subject was arrested for Lawrenceville Police Department warrant and speeding.
  • Recovered Stolen Vehicle – Roberts St. Recovered 2013 Kia Optima from Case #20M000600, which was found in an empty lot. Criminal Investigation Division responded and the vehicle was towed to Monroe Fire Department for evidence processing.
  • Damage to property – E. Spring St., Taylor’s Wrecker- Ref to a tow truck striking a vehicle, report taken.
  • Request to meet – Great Oaks Dr., Kim’s Crab Shack. The complainant had questions about banning people from the restaurant, all ok.
  • Agency assist – W. Spring St., Quality Foods. The subject was working on a vehicle in the parking lot when it rolled backward, partially on him. The subject was checked by EMS and refused treatment.
  • Welfare Check – Stone Creek Dr. GCPD called in reference to a rolling dispute near HWY 316. Contact made with the subject who advised her granddaughter was not on location. Contact made with the subject via cellphone, Gwinnett County Police Department was notified of her current location and en route to meet her.
  • Entering Auto – Knight St. In reference to complainant reporting someone trying to break into his vehicle. He advised that the subject was scared off by the alarm before they could get in. The area was checked with negative contact.
  • 911 Hang Up – Perry Street. In reference to a 911 open line with static. Officer made contact with the resident. All ok.
  • Juvenile Complaint – W. Fambrough St.: In reference to complainants’ daughter being jumped by two other Juveniles. Report Taken.
  • Theft – Walton County Jail. Caller left her phone at Piedmont Walton and when she returned it was gone. A Report was taken and the phone was being tracked to a location in Athens.
  • Missing Person – Felker St. in reference to a person who had been missing for two hours. He was found on Washington St. All ok.
  • Juvenile complaint – W. Creek Cir. 6-year-old on location not listening to mother and reusing to go to bed. Spoke with child and all ok.
  • Follow up – W. Fambrough St. Caller had video from a fight earlier this date supplement added.
  • Follow Up – Tall Oaks E. in reference to meeting with a complainant about a Temporary Protection Order taken against her husband. The husband was arrested in Newton County for aggravated assault and terroristic threats. Charges were dropped in court and TPO issued by DA. Alan so, extra patrol is required of the tall oaks address.
  • Shoplifting – Dollar General S. Broad St. Unknown subject who took multiple objects and was gone on arrival. Black male approximately 20 years old with facial tattoo Report made.
  • Dispute – Etten Dr. in reference to complainants’ son will not turn the TV down and was throwing her belonging away. Both parties were separated in the house.
  • Mental person – Tanglewood Dr. Female in her front yard locked out of her own house. She then stated that her sister lived down the road and went to her house all ok.
  • Dispute – W. Spring St. in reference to two subjects in the parking lot in a physical altercation. Gone on arrival. Both subjects left in their own SUV.
  • Alarm – Farmers Furniture W. Spring St. in reference to a back door alarm. All secure.
  • Dispute – Walker Dr. in reference to the subject keeps knocking on his cousin’s front door. Subject’s cousin let him inside his residence to let him sleep for the night.
  • EMS Assist – Hwy 78 Truck Stop. in reference to a male who was having a medical episode in the parking lot. Turned over to EMS.

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