MPD Reports: Harassment, burglary, theft of flu medication and more disputes

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Dec. 14 – 22, 2018. Due to the length, this report has been split into four parts. This is the final part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Harassment, Towler St., complainant advised she has been in an abusive relationship with her ex-boyfriend. Report taken.
  • Dispute at the Hot Spot, reference to complainant calling because named subject was in the store trying to steal items. Complainant ran subject off and advised she would call back if he returned.
  • Dispute, S Broad St., the complainant in a verbal dispute with her boyfriend. The boyfriend was not on location and complainant wanted information on a Temporary Protection Order.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Ridge Rd., Skyline, reference to juveniles on location smoking weed. Only one juvenile on location and no smell of weed.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, Arnold Pointe, reference to a burglary that occurred. A Chevy Silverado was checked out but showed no connection to the burglary.
  • Disturbing the Peace, Forest Lane, reference to a vehicle revving its engine causing a disturbance. Negative contact.
  • Meet with Ridgeview, father on location upset. He had been on location since 1700 hours waiting for his child to be discharged. Father was upset due to staff not telling him what was taking so long. The child was discharged upon arrival.
  • Damage to Property, West Spring St., Walmart, Checked the location for the description of the vehicles that was given to me and did not find them. Had communications call the complainant who stated she let someone use her phone to make a call and is no longer on location. Negative contact.
  • Dispute, Cook Place, a daughter called in reference to her mother being intoxicated and arguing with people inside the residence.  The dispute was verbal only.  Report taken.
  • Follow Up, Plaza Dr., reference to complainant locating narcotics inside a subject’s purse that was inside a vehicle she is using. The suspected narcotics were retrieved though no charges were filed due to complainants’ actions. Supplemental report added.
  • Theft Report, Perry St., reference to a b/m by the name of Pie stealing complainant’s flu medicine. Report taken.

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