The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period July 3 – 9, 2020. Due to the length, this report was split into five parts. This was the second part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction
Dispute – Carwood Dr. In reference to the complainant and her sister getting into an altercation over a phone. The complainant stated her sister hit her in the face while they were fighting over the phone. The complainant had no markings on her and the subject was gone when officers arrived. Report was taken
Unknown Law – Nicholas Ct. Complainant requested emergency response in reference to an unknown problem. Officers arrive on scene and complainant is behaving in an uncooperative and aggressive manner. After several minutes attempting to assist the complainant, it is determined law enforcement services are not required and adamantly denied by the complainant.
Sexual Assault – W. Spring St. Piedmont Walton- It was determined that an assault did not occur. All ok.
Animal Complaint – E. Church St, in reference to caller wanting a K9 to be removed from the residence. Animal control requested police presence. K9 was removed from the residence by animal control.
Dispute -on Mayfield Dr at Carwood Dr.- In reference to complainant and her husband got into a verbal dispute. Report taken.
Hit and Run – Baron Dr. While investigating the hit and run, the vehicle that did not stop for the accident drove by the accident scene. At this time officer ran back to his patrol car to catch up to the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle was identified and his vehicle matched the damage to the other vehicle. After investigation, it was found that was driving under the influence of alcohol. He agreed to SFST but could not comply or keep balance. The subject agreed to Georgia Implied Consent and was transported to Piedmont Walton. He was then was transported to the Monroe Police department for finger printing. Due to the WCSO Jail currently not taking D.U.I., he was released on (2) citations for OCGA 40-6-270 Leaving
Dispute – Stokes St. Verbal dispute via phone conversations. Advised on remedies. All parties separated without incident.
Suspicious Person – W. Spring St.- In reference to a female on location acting suspicious. Due to the females’ mental state a family member came and picked her up.
Juvenile Complaint – Tanglewood Dr. In reference to juveniles throwing firecrackers at complainant’s window. Negative contact.
Found Property – S. Broad St., MPD. Ref Apple watch found at Hammock Park.
Dispute – Irving St. in reference to a couple disputing over a house key. Parties were separated and the female left with all her belongings voluntarily and advised of remedies. The o
Suspicious Person – W. Spring St., Captain D’s. The subject had an overdue motorist out of the county was on location loitering. The subject has mental health issues and was picked up by her mother and taken home.
Hit and run – HW138 and West Spring St. A motorist hit another vehicle and fled the scene. He was located by WCSO in the county and issued citations for following too close and hit and run.
Shoplifting – W. Spring St., Walmart. A subject shoplifted several items by altering their barcodes. She was cited and released on a copy.
Entering auto – Milledge Ave. Complainant stated two of his vehicles were entered on 7/2/2020. One vehicle was not on location and complainant stated he would call back when that vehicle arrived with more information.
Welfare check – Breedlove Dr., Ridgeview Mental Health. Mother reported her daughter being given wrong medicine while being a patient. Officers spoke to nurse on staff, who advised that patient was ok. Officers did not observe patient due to staff not allowing officers into patient area with guns.
Shoplifting – W Spring St. Walmart. In reference to a subject shoplifting at Walmart. She later came to the Police Dept. and was given a Criminal Trespass citation and was informed that she could not go back to Walmart for 2 years
Mental Patient – W Spring St. Piedmont Walton. In reference to mental evaluation patient. Contact made, subject escorted back to hospital.
Area Check – Tigers Way, in reference to fireworks going off in the cul-de-sac. Complainant advised that fireworks were distressing his pet dog. Subject was advised of legal firework activity. All ok.
Loud Music – Etten Ct. – In reference to the homeowner playing music too loud. The homeowner was advised to turn it down.
Suspicious vehicle – E. Church St. In reference to a white Nissan Truck failing to maintain lane. Contact was made. All ok.
Firearms – Sorrells St. In reference to black male shooting a rifle. Due to the WCSO Jail declining to accept the subject for OCGA 16-5-60 Reckless Conduct, a warrant was taking on the subject. He discharged his weapon system approximately (4) times. (2) of his guns were turned into evidence along with (4) 556 shell casings located on
Dispute – S. Madison Ave. Complainant advised verbal dispute between her and her sons. Remedies advised.
Subject with a firearm – Old Mill Pt. In reference to a male subject in an SUV with a firearm. The subject did not have a firearm. The subject advised he pulled over so his girlfriend and he could talk. All appeared ok.
Dispute – Claywill Cir. In reference to female refusing to leave. Complainant advised female left residence. All ok.