MPD Reports: Ex girlfriend puts sugar and snickers bar in gas tank

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 fourth part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Damage To Property – Mountain View Dr. In reference to a previous call out on location this date. Both parties involved agreed to handle it civilly and peacefully. 
  • Juvenile Complaint – Tanglewood Dr; Report from Walton County Sheriff’s Office of juveniles shooting air guns towards residence located at: Fairview Dr. Contact made with the juveniles’ parents and advised to stop juveniles from shooting towards the residence. All ok.
  • Dispute – Magnolia Terrace & Magnolia St. Report of dispute in reference to the property. The complainant did provide name or address and disconnected from contact. Unable to reach on callback. Area checked, all ok.
  • Theft Report – W. Spring St; Haven Inn. The subject advised a female stole his money this date in his hotel room. He advised the female said he can pay her $60.00 for sexual relations. He advised they had sexual intercourse involving money. The subject was advised on OCGA laws for prostitution. He had an active warrant out of MPD. While detaining the subject he was assisted to the ground. He was released on copy for City Ordinance 62-1 Disorderly Conduct. Report taken
  • Theft Report – Murphy USA – In reference to a male driving a white older model F150 got gas and did not pay. The subject came back to the gas station and explained what happened and paid for the gas.
  • Dispute – Glen Iris Dr. Huband and his wife got into a verbal dispute. During the verbal dispute, the dispute appeared to have gotten physical at some point. Due to conflicting stories and no way to identify a primary aggressor, no charges were taken. Both were advised on how to take out their own warrant if they chose to do so.
  • Juvenile Complaint – W. Marable Street – Caller stated juveniles were disturbing them. The caller would not give a name or any other info and did not wish to meet. Officers patrolled the area and had negative contact.
  • Burglary Report – Cherokee Ave. Complainant reported he arrived home and discovered the front door of the residence was kicked in. Upon further investigation, it was discovered the complainant’s wife kicked the door in due to not having her keys. Civil remedies advised. All ok.
  • Domestic Dispute – New Lacy St; Subjects intoxicated and involved in verbal dispute. Situation mediated and parties separated. All ok.
  • Other Law – W. Spring St. (Home Depot): In reference to a white male putting an item into the complainant’s mailbox on last date. Report Taken.
  • Suspicious Person – Blaine St. and N. Hammond Drive in reference subject sleeping near the new Police Department. All okay.
  • Welfare Check – Ridge Road in reference to resident residing in the apartment with no power and wife worried he may harm himself. Checked on male all Okay. no report.
  • Other Law – N. Broad St. (Waffle House): In reference to disposing of a deer. Mr. Hollingsworth was given remedies.
  • Dispute – Ramesh Lane: in reference to a complainant asked subject to leave his property and he was refusing to leave. The subject left the property and the complainant allowed the subject to keep his belongings there.
  • Entering Auto – Spruce Lane in reference to a complainant having his firearm taken out of his truck during the night.
  • Damage to Property – S. Broad St. (MPD) in reference to the complainant having his vehicle struck over the weekend. Report declined.
  • Welfare Check – N. Midland Ave. in reference to checking on a subject. The subject was not at her apartment.
  • Recover Stolen Auto -Taylor’s Wrecker Service in reference Taylor Wrecker Service recovered a stolen Honda Civic. Walton County Dispatch removed the vehicle off GCIC.
  • Damage to Property – Boulevard in reference to complainant stating his son’s vehicle was struck by a bullet while he was on Pannell Road last Saturday. Son was not on location and the area was described to be out of city limits. Advised to follow up with WCSO.
  • Dispute – E. Spring St. in reference to subject started arguing with the employees at Taylor’s Wrecker Service because his wallet was not in his vehicle
  • Suspicious Vehicle – S. Broad St. Vehicle on location past few days. Made contact with the owner who advised it was broke down.
  • Civil Issue – Bolton St. In reference to the ongoing divorce between two parties. Civil remedies advised.
  • Damage to Property – Magnolia Ter. The caller advised his ex-girlfriend had put sugar and a Snickers bar in his gas tank. Report taken.
  • Disturbing the Peace – Meadow Walk Dr. Large group of people congregating. Dispersed on officer arrival.
  • Animal Complaint – Southside. The complainant stated there was an opossum in the cabinet under his sink. The opossum was gone when officers arrived. He was advised of remedies.
  • Dispute – Rose Ison Ter. in reference to a subject breaking vehicle window and attempting to burn the occupants. Warrants were taken.
  • Dispute – Sorrels St. – In reference to a dispute between mother and adult son. Both have been drinking. Mother was turned over to EMS and transported to Hospital.

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