MPD Reports: Entering auto subjects caught on tape; items stolen from resident in senior center; domestic disputes

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period July 16 – 23, 2020. Due to the length, this report was split into five parts. This is the final part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

Dispute – Ridge Rd in reference to dispute over property in the residence. Report taken. 

Damage to property – Fawnfield Drive in reference to a Toyota Avalon was damaged last night. Fawnfield Drive resident is going to review their cameras system and email Officer if they observed anyone damaging the victims’ vehicle. 

Damage to Property – East Spring Street – Complainant called in reference to damage to his fence, and a CAT 303 Excavator. Report taken. 

Dispute – Walker Drive in reference to verbal dispute between neighbors. Mediated and separated. All ok. 

Dispute – Walker Drive in reference to family members arguing. Parties were separated. 

Agency Assist – West Vine Street in reference to DCS needed help with the subject in the street having a mental health crisis. Turned over to EMS. 

Theft – Pine Cir. In reference to missing lawn equipment. Complainant declined a report at this time, just wanted Law Enforcement to be aware of the incident. 

Suspicious vehicle – South Broad Street in reference to a trash coming out of a dump truck. Traffic stop was conducted and the driver was given a warning. 

Dispute – West Spring Street at Marathon in reference to customer disputing with the clerk over credit charges. Civil matter, handled with management. 

Agency Assist – Inheritance Park: In reference to making contact with subject to have him contact a Deputy Miller with the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office. Contact was made via cell phone. 

Speeding Auto – Douglas Street in reference to gray Mustang speeding through the neighborhood. Subject was given a verbal warning to slow down. 

Assault – North Broad Street in reference to a customer assaulted an employee. The suspect was gone when officers arrived.

Fire Assist – E Old Mill Point: In reference to kitchen on fire. Turned over to Monroe Fire Department. 

Dispute – Nowell St. Two parties in a civil dispute over monies and properties. Parties advised of civil remedies and left the area. 

Theft report – Norris St. Complainant said that his neighbors stole his dog. Complaint’s mother gave the dog to the neighbors over a year ago. Civil Issue. Report taken

Entering auto – Pinecrest Dr. Subject advised two vehicles entered, had video available. 

Shoplifting – West Spring St., Walmart. Two subjects were arrested and released on citations for shoplifting multiple items. 

Fight – Colquitt St. Ref to a physical altercation involving a subject and an unknown subject. Parties were gone when officers prior to officers’ arrival and witnesses weren’t cooperative. 

Traffic Stop – Highway 78 Westbound & Cedar Ridge. Suject ticketed and fingerprinted for possession of marijuana after a traffic stop for speeding. 

Found property – South Broad St., MPD. Set of keys turned in.

EMS assist – Heritage Ct. in reference to a 15-month-old having seizures. Turned over to EMS 

Theft report – HW138, Great Oaks Retirement Home. Ref to employee stealing rings from patients. Report taken. 

Vehicle Accident-Unknown – HW78EB and Unisia Dr. Two vehicles with extensive damage and injuries. Three total transported to the hospital by EMS. Turned over to GSP. 

Damage To Property – W Spring St. Walmart. Complainant advised vehicle was damaged while shopping at Walmart. Report taken. 

Dispute – Morrow Street. In reference to complainant wanting her son and his girlfriend to leave her house because she is tired of the arguing. Parties agreed they would leave with no issues. 

Suspicious Person – W Spring St. Walmart. In reference to newer black Tahoe occupied by 2 white males yelling profanities. Contact made with two teenage juvenile males waiting for the family to finish shopping at Walmart. Juveniles advised they were singing loudly and upset a passerby. The complainant did not wish to meet with Officers. All ok. 

Dispute – Lacy St near Jack Peters. In reference to subjects armed with bats. Third-party complainant that was not on location. No fight occurred. One of the parties that was involved in a verbal dispute was gone when officers arrive. 

Dispute – Tanglewood Dr In reference to complainant stating that her cousin is trying to steal her bag. Per both parties, verbal dispute only. Parties separated. All ok. 

Harassment – Douglas St. In reference to social media. Complainant advised her brother was being harassed via social media. Advised complainant on Temporary Protection Order process

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