MPD Reports: Disturbing the peace complaints due to large parties/loud music

The City of Monroe reported the following incidents for the period April 28 to June 4, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the fifth part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Other Law – Rosewood Ln. The homeowner was concerned due to a cable running from an electrical box at the road to their neighbors’ house. Advised to call Walton EMC. 
  • Disturbing the Peace – Classic Trail. Large party on location. They were advised not to block the roadway and to keep the music down.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – E. 5th St. Reference to a juvenile riding dirt bike on roadway. Subject warned to stay off the roadway
  • Fight – Elm Dr. Caller advised of people fight in the roadway, shots fired. Made contact with a female trying to leave the scene after crashing her car. She exited the vehicle and attempted to fight her mother. She was tased and seen by EMS, cited for disorderly conduct.
  • Traffic Accident – Chestnut Cupboard; Two vehicles, no injuries. The subject arrested for driving under the influence and following too closely.
  • Disturbing the Peace – Classic Tr. The caller advised of people fighting and cars in the roadway. Conducted an area check and located a large party. No fight occurred and they were advised to leave the area.
  • Suspicious Person – N. Broad Chevron. Caller advised that a male and female were on location disputing. Male left in a car and female left on foot. Conducted an area check no contact.
  • Dispute – Etten Dr. In reference to a subject destroying a door during a dispute at the address listed. He arrested for Criminal Damage to property.
  • Dispute – Forest St. Two parties in a verbal dispute over a vehicle. They were advised how to handle it, and separated.
  • Dispute – Nowell St. In reference to neighbors arguing over the placement of trash cans. Subjects were advised as to how to mediate the issue civilly.
  • Explosives – White Oak Dr. Complainant stated they heard an explosion in the area. The area was searched with negative contact.
  • Fight – Wheel House Ln. The caller advised that people were fighting in the roadway, and shots fired. Upon arrival, shell casing was located, but no victim. Report taken.
  • Disturbing the Peace – Custom Way. Large crowd on site. The crowd dispersed on officer arrival.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – W. Spring St. – Contact made with teenagers near their stationary trucks. Advised them of loitering ordinances. I did not observe any signs of drag racing or laying drag.
  • Shooting – Wheelhouse Ln. The caller advised shots fired again. Upon arrival shell casings were located again, this time suspects had shot out vehicle tires.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Baron Dr. & Custom Way; Numerous vehicles in the area in reference to several large parties. Subjects disbursed upon officers’ arrival.
  • Assault – Applewood Dr. Third party caller stated that her sister had been assaulted by her own brother. Made contact with the female who was clearly assaulted. She stated that she was not assaulted and that she had just fallen. She was seen by EMS but refused transport.
  • Disturbing the Peace – Baron Dr. Large crowd on site. Dispersed upon officer arrival.
  • Traffic Offense – Baron Dr. & Gliding Way. Reference to a Silver passenger car traveling in the wrong lane without headlights or tail lights activated. Further investigation led to the arrest of Quantavious Rivers for DUI Alcohol and Obstruction.
  • Burglary – Tanglewood Dr. Complainant stated that he heard a knock on his door, and as he walked to the door someone started to open it. The complainant then kicked the door shut and when he looked out the window a male was pointing a gun at him.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Cherokee Ave – Complainant called in reference to a male subject attempting to enter his vehicles and entering his neighbor’s vehicle. The neighbor located at a residence on Cherokee was out of town, unable to make contact at this time. Report taken.
  • Dispute – Waffle House / HWY 78: Customers on location not complying with COVID 19 protocol. The subjects were gone when officers arrived.
  • Prowler – Westridge Ave. Reference to female stating she saw flashlights outside of her residence. A search of the area was conducted and footprints were discovered leading from the street in the direction of the house and then to the back yard. Negative Contact with any prowlers on location.
  • Dispute – S. Broad St. – Personal Care Home in reference to a domestic dispute between two roommates. Spoke with parties involved, also spoke to a witness. The offender was not taken to the Walton County Jail due to his age and health issues. Report taken.
  • Animal complaint – Harris St. at Ash Lane in reference to a gold K9 attempted to bite the complainant. Negative contact
  • Building Check – Alcovy St. American Legion Building – In Reference to unsecured door rear door. The building was cleared. I called the owner and left a voice mail.
  • Animal Complaint – Hill St. in reference to the complainant that neighbor’s dog used the bathroom in her yard. Referred to animal control reference civil matter.
  • Theft report – Great Oaks Dr. In reference to a customer taking the owner’s wallet. While en route, wallet was found by owner.
  • Animal Complaint – Windsor Dr. in reference to unknown dog tangled beneath the caller’s porch. Dog turned over to animal control.
  • Traffic Stop – S. Broad St. at 5th St. in reference to the subject stopped for loud music and becoming irate with officers. Situation mediated and he was released on copy of the citation.
  • Entering Auto – Mill St. in reference to a Jeep Wrangler was broken in to. A purse was stolen out of the jeep and the victim’s Sun Trust Debit card has been used on Amazon.

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