MPD Reports: Entering auto, suicide threats and continued dementia and mental health issues

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Oct. 1 – 8, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the third part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

Suspicious Vehicle -N Broad St at Highway 78 EB. In reference to a vehicle failing to maintain lane. Officer was unable to catch up. Walton County Sheriff’s Office was notified as well as Oconee County. 

Mental Patient – McDaniel St. In reference to 64-year old female who has dementia and does not remember who the complainant is. Yelling in the background. 

Shoplifting – W Spring St. Walmart. In reference to a male in the loss prevention office, who attempted to take clothing items and walked pass the point of sale. Total cost of value $39.24. Subject was taken into custody, fingerprinted, and released on copy. A Criminal trespass was issued to the subject. Report taken.

Entering Auto – Tanglewood Dr. In reference to a 2019 dodge charger. Occurred sometime last night and was found this morning, unknown if anything was taken. Complainant advised that her grandson had possession of her vehicle last night and went to Conyers. Complainant noticed the left rear side window had been smashed when she came out to her vehicle this morning around 0730 hours. Complainant advised she did not contact the police about the incident when she noticed what happened this morning, due to that she needed to get to work in Social Circle. 

Suicide Threats – Store House Ct. In reference to 16-year-old male threatening to harm himself. Third party report. Contacted juvenile and his father on location. Subject stated that he did not wish to harm himself or anyone else. Subject fought with Officer on scene. A bag of marijuana located in plain view. Subject then tried to head butt officer while officers were patting him down before detaining him in patrol car. Subject was released back to father per DJJ on call. Juvenile Complaint forms to be taken for Felony Obstruction, Misdemeanor Obstruction, Possession less than one-ounce marijuana, criminal attempt to destroy evidence. 

Fight – Pine Park St. In the parking lot, 15-20 subjects per complainant. Black male and black female involved. Black female in pink hoodie is primary aggressor per complainant. No fight occurred; all parties involved were verbally arguing living arrangements. All parties were advised of remedies. Parties who did not live on location left the scene. 

Dispute – Tall Oaks Dr. In reference to the complainant advising they can hear a female screaming/yelling from Baron Dr and believes it is coming from Tall Oaks. Both Tall Oaks and Baron Dr/Springer Ln, Negative contact. All appears ok. 

Dispute/Mental Patient – McDaniel St. In reference to 64-year-old female who has dementia and does not recognize the complainant. Complainant’s wife advised that everything was ok and did not need the police. 

Prowler – E 5th St. In reference to the complainant stating that they can hear tapping on their window. Negative contact, the area was checked. 

Vehicle Pursuit – Breedlove Dr and McDaniel St. Black BMW parked in Monroe Presbyterian Church Parking lot. Upon approaching the vehicle, the driver began to drive away. Driver backed out and turned onto Breedlove Dr and began fleeing. Pursuit was started and continued Alcovy Street towards the County. After crossing HD Atha Rd. The vehicle turned down Twin Pines where the driver fled on foot. K9 attempted track, but subject was not located. Warrants to be taken for Felony fleeing, Possession of Marijuana with intent to distribute, Possession of Schedule 1, Loitering and Prowling, Obstruction. 

Dispute – N. Broad Street.; Deer Acres. Report of a dispute that occurred on location. Upon officers’ arrival the complainant would not pick up the phone and no one came to the door. Parties possibly gone when officers arrive. 

Hit and Run – W. Spring Street, Walmart. Report of semi-truck striking vehicle from behind. Minimal damage observed to complainant’s vehicle. Report taken. 

Suspicious Vehicle – Plaza Trace a white passenger vehicle parked in the cul-de-sac. The white passenger vehicle was no longer on location. 

Suspicious Vehicle -Cherry Hill Road & Birch Street. Abandoned vehicle left in the wood line. No contact with registered owner by phone. The vehicle was left on location per request of the complainant. 

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