MPD Reports: Child, 10, left in car at hospital drives into another vehicle in parking lot

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Aug. 29 to Sept. 5, 2019. 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.

  • Theft – Tall Oaks E. in reference to complainant losing her IPhone XR last date in front of the residence. 
  • Found Property/Theft – S. Madison Ave. – Monroe Fire Department in reference to subjects’ driver’s license and insurance cards found on the side of the road by an individual. Subjects’ property was returned to him and advised his property was stolen during the night of the last date at Popeyes.
  • Animal Complaint – S. Broad St. Ref to a bat in the residence. Removed, all ok.
  • Juvenile Complaint – MPD in reference to mother wanting an officer to speak with her 13-year-old son over him acting unruly.
  • Dispute – Lakeview Dr. in reference to two subjects having a verbal dispute. The situation was mediated, both parties were advised of remedies. Report taken.
  • Dispute – Knight St. – in reference to two subjects arguing over a stolen bike. (13yrs) took bike after getting permission from another child. Bike returned. All ok.
  • Fight – S. Broad – In reference to a fight reportedly happening in the front of this residence. There was a group of juveniles wrestling for fun and no assault had taken place.
  • Found Property – In the area of Glen Iris Dr. Bicycle found in the roadway. The bike was removed from the roadway. All ok
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Mlk Jr. Blvd Anytime Fitness. Two subjects were located parked behind the gym. One claimed ownership of the marijuana on hand and was released on citation.
  • Meet with Officer – W. Spring St. – Piedmont Walton. Private property accident where a 10- year-old juvenile jumped in the driver seat of her mother’s vehicle while mom was inside the hospital and struck a parked vehicle on the other side of the median. No injuries. Report taken.
  • Theft report – S. Broad St., MPD. Southview Dr. in reference to Crystal Lattimore having her camo colored minibike stolen from the front of her residence sometime between 13:00 and 15:00 hours last date.
  • Agency Assist / Sexual Assault – King St. Reference to DFACS receiving an anonymous complaint about subjects’ daughter inappropriately touching her son. DFACS conducted a home visit and Criminal Investigation Division was notified. Report taken.
  • Juvenile Complaint – Lacy St. in reference to 13- calling because her mother spanked her for being disrespectful and cussing. Both parties were advised of the laws of corporal punishment.
  • Dispute – Mears St. in reference to two parties verbally disputing. Situation mediated.
  • Burglary Report – Mill Stone Complainant and her boyfriend returned to the residence to retrieve the remainder of their property after moving out, to find the back door wide open, and holes in the walls. Report taken.
  • Theft – W. Spring St. – Murphy USA in reference to a male and female subject driving off from pump 16 without paying. Report taken.
  • Theft – W. Spring St. Owner advised on August 31 at approximately 2115 hours a male and female entered the store and stole approximately $250.00 worth of items. The items included beer, cigarettes and food items. Report taken.
  • Welfare check – N. Madison Ave. Caller advised of a female laying in the graveyard. Officer made contact with the subject, she was advised to go home. All okay.
  • Suspicious Person – Towler St./S. Madison. The caller stated a white male with blood on his face was walking towards S. Madison. Officer made contact with the subject at on E. Fambrough St. Mr. Corbett was extremely intoxicated, and it appeared he had fallen to the ground and scratched his face. Due to him using vulgar language as well as his level of intoxication he was taken into custody for public drunkenness. He was transported to the jail and issued a citation.

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