MPD Reports: Hosted a blue-light parade for 1-year-old birthday party

The City of Monroe reported the following incidents for the period April 23 – 30, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the first part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Dispute – E. Church St. in reference to the complainant was arguing with the staff because she received the wrong change. The complainant was gone on arrival. 
  • Fraud – S. Madison Ave in reference to complainant’s daughter’s social media hacked. This occurred at Gratis Road. Turned over to Walton County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Mental Patient – W. Spring St.: Piedmont Walton: in reference to a resistant mental evaluation patient. Patient secured in ER room without incident.
  • Fraud – S. Broad St. in reference to credit card fraud. The fraud occurred in Banks County in 2017.
  • Dispute – Douglas St. Caitlin Waters arrested for Battery Family Violence following a dispute.
  • Fraud – S. Broad St. in reference to complainant wanted to let an Officer know about a fraudulent email he received.
  • Entering Auto – W. Fifth St. in reference to someone flattening the complainant’s tires and entering his vehicle.
  • Fraud – W. Spring St. at Quality foods in reference to a customer using a bad check.
  • Theft – Highway 138 at Chik-Fil-A in reference to an employee on; location possibly stealing money from the register.
  • Welfare check – Walmart parking lot. Reference to a 5-year-old left unattended in a parked car, both parents shopping in the store. The juvenile was ok. Both parents cited for parental responsibilities.
  • Other Law – GW Carver. in reference to 11-year-old son smoking narcotics. Call handled via phone call.
  • Dispute – Towler St. Reference to complainant wanting subject to leave her apartment. The subject found to be highly intoxicated. The subject removed from the residence and picked up by his niece.
  • Suspicious person -Marathon W. Spring. Black male on location asking people for money. He was advised to head home and was sent on his way.
  • Discharging firearms – Towler St. and South Madison Ave. The area checked with negative contact as well as a welfare check at S. Madison Ave. Possible blown power transformer, no power in the area.
  • Animal complaint – Wellington Ln. Ref to a Pit/mix barking since 05:30 AM. The dog was in its backyard, and the owner was made aware of the complaint, said they would get the dog inside.
  • Unsecure Residence – Pine Park St. Residence rear door found unsecured and some items strewn about. The homeowner is in hospital and will call back to report if any items are missing.
  • Public relations event – Meadowalk Dr. Ref to a blue light parade for a 1-year-old juvenile birthday party.
  • Theft report – Hill St. Ref to a missing a Bluetooth device. The device was located and call was canceled
  • Dispute – W. Creek Cir. A dispute between a homeowner and unknown persons over money owed for sweeping driveway. The second party was gone on arrival prior to 911 call.
  • Animal complaint – Selman Dr. Ref to a black snake on the window seal, was removed and placed in the woods
  • Juvenile complaint – HW78EB near where Sorrells St. meets 78. Ref to juveniles throwing 2-liter bottles at passing vehicles. The area searched with negative contact.
  • Dispute – Ash St. Delores Smith and subject disputing. Smith was cited for disorderly conduct.
  • Theft Report – King St. Ref to a basketball goal that was stolen overnight.
  • Theft Report – New Lacy St. Reference to possible stolen prescription. Made contact with the complainant who advised she lost her RX ticket, not medication, but was able to locate it prior to our arrival.
  • Dispute – Milledge Ave. Attorney advised a clients’ ex-husband was on location when she arrived and made her nervous. Officers stood by while he paid the money owed.
  • Discharging Firearm – Harris St. Made contact with two juveniles shooting air guns at squirrels and birds behind the store located at Harris St. & E. Church St. Juveniles were advised to find a more suitable place to shoot air guns away from roadway and businesses. All ok.

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