MPD Reports: Domestic disputes, juvenile misbehavior and entering auto complaints

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period April 2 – 9, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the fourth part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Fire assist – Heritage Ridge Dr. in reference to call. No visible smoke, or fire at the residence. Spoke with TJ, who lives up the street, he was walking and asked if he called and he said no. There was a phone laying on the trashcan in front of residence but it was off. 
  • Citizen flag down – Lacy St. Mr. Wright, asked the officer to get him a gun. He stated he lived on Lacy Street for 18 years and he needed one. Advised the male that Gun Stores were still open and he could buy a firearm there.
  • Suicide Attempt – North Midland Ave. A woman took an unknown number of pills. Turned over to EMS.
  • Dispute – Victory Dr. Mother requested police to take a game system away from 16-year-old juvenile with Aspergers. The mother was advised of remedies.
  • EMS Assist – Parkway Pl. Reference subject actively fighting due to health condition. The subject was turned over to EMS.
  • Burglary report – E. Washington St. Brittany Plunkett stated her residence was burgled. A television, PlayStation 4 and trail cam were taken.
  • Dispute – Vine St., H&H Body Shop. Parties were separated and the car was towed by the owner back to his residence. Tariq Raheem had a warrant out of Fulton but because of COVID-19 they did not want to place a hold. All was ok.
  • Missing Persons – S Broad St; MPD. In reference to a mother who wanted to report her 22-year-old son. Last seen on last date. Due to his mental state, he has been entered into GCIC as missing. BOLO was issued. Report taken.
  • Domestic – Douglas St.- Domestic dispute between Step-father and Step-son. Unable to determine the primary aggressor due to differing testimonies and no physical injuries. Parties were separated. The complainant was advised on the eviction process.
  • Domestic Dispute – Bridge Port Ln. – In reference to complainant wanting another subject to come to pick up school supplies at her residence. A verbal argument took place. Situation mediated.
  • Missing person – Wheel House Lane. In reference to the complainant wanted to report her boyfriend missing. The complainant was advised of remedies. Report taken.
  • Fireworks – Landers St. – In reference to kids shooting fireworks in the street. The kids advised they shot off the last one and would not do it again.
  • Juvenile Complaint – Bridgeport Lane – Handled via cell-phone. The mother requested assistance on how to make her children listen to her. Situation mediated.
  • Dispute Non-Violent – Cook Pl. Verbal dispute over living arrangements. Parties were advised of remedies. All ok
  • Dispute – Chestnut Ln. In reference to a physical altercation between a subject and the complainant. The subject was gone on arThe complainant received an injury on her bottom lip. Warrants taken.
  • Dispute – Colquit St.- No dispute occurred. Caller advised her grandfather left the location and was under hospice care. He was located and returned home.
  • Theft – Felker St.- Call handled over the phone. Complainant advised her sons bike was stolen and recovered. She called while recovering the bike and did not wish to make a report.
  • Disturbing The Peace – N. Madison Ave. – In reference to a person causing loud noise from the old apartments. Subject was collecting scrap metal from the dumpster.
  • Dispute – Cook St. – In reference to a Ashley Mobley arguing with someone at the residence. Officers arrived on location and met with Ashley who advised she was arguing with her boyfriend but everything was ok.
  • Suspicious Person – Bryant Rd. – In reference to a black male wearing gray sweatpants and a blue hoodie looking into the complainants’ window. The suspect was seen by a second complainant on their Ring doorbell camera entering their auto. Area was checked with negative contact. Both complainants did not want to meet with the officers.
  • Entering auto – Bryant Rd. Complainant reported Rayban sunglasses stolen out of his unlocked vehicle last date around 0440 hours.
  • Damage to property – Highway 78, Truck Stop. Complainant had a rock damage his windshield while traveling on HW 78EB. Requested a report for insurance purposes.
  • EMS assist – E. Spring St. Patient unresponsive due to low blood sugar, TOT EMS.
  • Entering auto – Bryant Rd. Complainant reported a phone stolen from her unlocked vehicle around 0440 Hours last date.


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