MPD Reports: Drugs, cell phone and R12,944 seized after traffic stop for tag light violation

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period June 18 – 25, 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.

  • Mental Health -Piedmont Walton. Responded to Piedmont Walton in reference to patient making claims of being assaulted. Upon arrival, it was the same patient who was transported by EMS from Sorrells St. earlier in the evening for being bipolar and schizophrenic and non-compliant with her medication. Her claims were unable to be substantiated. 
  • Inmate Transport – E. Marable St. in reference to transporting a female subject from search warrant service.
  • Welfare Check – Towler St. and S. Madison Ave. in reference to 11-year-old male begging for food in the area. Area checked extensively with negative contact.
  • Theft Report – Magnolia Terrace in reference to a stolen bicycle.
  • Juvenile Complaint – Holly Hill Road: In reference to Juveniles driving a golf cart on the roadway possibly 7 or 8 yrs of age. Contact made with the baby sitter to advise the juveniles were not allowed on the public road driving a golf cart. Babysitter stated will handle.
  • Dispute – S. Madison Ave. in reference to a possible dispute next door. The dispute was between a father and his 15-year-old-son in reference to missing items.
  • Damage to Property – W. Spring St. (Boost Mobile): In reference to damage to a gold Lincoln. The complainant declined a report at this time.
  • Lost Item Report – S. Broad St. in reference to a lost wallet report.
  • Meet with Officer – Carwood Dr. in reference to the complainant wanting an officer to run a serial number on a rifle. All okay
  • Dispute – Cook Place in reference to the complainant called 911 because she was fighting with her daughter.
  • Meet with Officer – North Midland Ave. in reference to complainant seeing her neighbors window damaged. The Incident was already documented for the subject.
  • Threats – Carver Place: In reference to receiving harassing messages through social media. The complainant wanted this incident to be documented. Report made.
  • Warrant attempt – Rose Ison Terrace in reference to serving a warrant. The subject was gone when officers arrived.
  • Trespassing – E. Marable St. – In reference to several people fishing on her property without permission; she stated that she just wants them off of her property. I asked everyone to leave.
  • Shoplifting – Walmart -Female subject cited and released for shoplifting (Misdemeanor), She was also given a criminal trespass warning for all Walmart locations.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Breedlove Dr. Vehicle ran via GCIC and not stolen. All OK
  • Loud Music – E. Marable St. – Spoke with people at the resident, they stated that they will keep the music volume down.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Bold Springs Rd. Two on location in an overheated vehicle. Probable cause search yielded a small quantity of marijuana and drug-related objects. Items seized and turned into evidence to be destroyed.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Booth Dr.; Juveniles on a four-wheeler were advised to return home and keep it off the roadway.
  • Dispute – Lacy St. – Two had a physical altercation and the woman was taken to Piedmont Walton for a mental evaluation in lieu of charges.
  • Dispute – Dispute between a man and a woman. Report taken and civil remedies advised.
  • Firearms – Sorrells St. In reference to reports of a single shot fired in the area of Cook Place Apartments. Area searched. No injuries reported. No Casings found. report taken.
  • Other Law – Lacy St. Per Piedmont Walton wanting to see if it was ok for a subject to return home, spoke with her father and he said yes, he was advised if she started anything to call us back.
  • Dispute – Davis St. Possibly related to above call, caller advised of dispute near a white Tahoe. Two parties disputing. Parties separated.
  • Intoxicated Person – E. Spring St., FISH. The subject fell asleep on location and had thrown up. Per FISH officials, he was trespassed from both FISH locations.
  • Roadway blockage – E. Marable St. under HW 78 Bridge. Concrete from the bridge fell onto the roadway. Area checked with negative contact.
  • Suicide threats – Lacy St. Subject was in his residence, attempting to cut himself with a knife. After lengthy negations, GA crisis team responded and signed a mental evaluation. The subject was taken to Piedmont Walton.
  • Suspicious person – E. Spring St., LR Burger. The subject was told to leave. He had someone drive him home. All ok.
  • Dispute – Barron Dr. Neighbors disputing over dog poop. Advised remedies.
  • Dispute – Ridge Rd. The girlfriend wanted to get items out of the residence.
  • Found Property – Reed St. In reference to complainant advised there is a bicycle lying in the grass across the street from her residence. All seems ok.
  • Reckless Driving – Shops at Breedlove. In reference to teenage males revving their engines and spinning tires in the parking lot. Several complaints have been made by business owners and civilians. Stopped one teenage male and advised him of reckless driving laws and turned him over to his father. Other juveniles were warned that any further actions in any parking lot in Monroe would be dealt with citations and impounding of vehicles if the issue continued.
  • Domestic Dispute – Wheelhouse Ln Verbal dispute involving a mother and two daughters. Situation mediated and parties separated. Report taken.
  • Juvenile Complaint – Wheelhouse Ln; In reference to juvenile female calling 911 because her mother not allowing her privileges. Situation mediated. All ok.
  • Traffic Stop – E. Fambrough St. and Hill Crest Commons. An officer observed a silver in-color suv with no tag light. A probable cause search was conducted due to visual of (shake) and the odor of marijuana coming from a subject. During the investigation, subject had $12,954.44 in his pocket. The subject could not account for the money he had in his possession (VGCSA). The subject’s story was inconsistent with the officers. The subject’s money was seized. The subject’s cell phone was also seized, and a search warrant will be completed by Joint Ops. The subject was released and given a copy of his property receipt. Report taken.

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