MPD Reports: Juvenile charged with ‘strong-armed robbery’ for allegedly stealing bike

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Sept. 26 – Oct. 3, 2019. 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.

  • Dispute – Lacy St. and Pine Park St. Reference to a large crowd disputing possibly about to fight. Crowd was dispersed. 
  • Canine Complaint – Southside MHP- In reference to three canines running loose. Negative contact with any loose canines in the vicinity of Lot.
  • Firearms – Bryant Rd. – Report of firearms in the area determined to be fireworks.
  • Dispute – W. Spring St. in reference to a man and woman arguing in a red truck. Officer made contact with the subjects who advised all was ok.
  • Sexual Assault – Plaza Dr. – Complainant reported her 5-year-old grandchild was possibly assaulted. The complainant was unsure of the time frame or location where the abuse occurred and was advised of remedies for a forensic interview.
  • Assault – E. Church St.; Jack Peters Store – Complainant reported a subject jumped her. No physical evidence or witnesses to the possible crime. The complainant was advised of Civil Process.
  • Shots Fired – GW Carver Dr. – Reports of about 10 shots fired. The area was checked on nobody found on location, Criminal Investigation Division responded to pick up the shell casings.
  • Dispute – Plaza Trace in reference to a verbal dispute between two that are girlfriends about infidelity. Situation mediated.
  • Traffic stop – Hwy 138 and ramp to Hwy78EB in reference to a subject stopped for a traffic violation and driving with no license. He was transported to MPD, fingerprinted, and released on a copy of the citation.
  • Suicide threats – Baker St. Mother found a note from 14-year-old daughter on location expressing desire to kill herself. Daughter wrote a letter to her mother stating she felt that she couldn’t do anything right and believed there was no place for her. The daughter advised she didn’t want to harm herself or anyone else. She refused going to the hospital. Mother was advised of remedies.
  • Dispute – Ash Ln. Complainant advised ex-girlfriend who has mental issues became irate, and threw rubbing alcohol in his face before leaving the scene. Area of Young Pines searched for girlfriend with negative contact.
  • Suspicious vehicle – N. Broad St.- Monroe Food Mart. Reference to the stolen blue Honda Accord on location occupied by a named who has warrants. Officers made contact with a subject on King Street who advised the subject came to her residence at Lacy Street starting a dispute. She advised the named subject was the person who stole the blue Honda Accord last date. An area check was conducted with negative contact. Barrow County was advised to check the area of Tanners Bridge Circle. Report taken
  • Illegal Dumping – Plaza Drive. While an officer was looking for the stolen vehicle, a truck with two males stopped on Plaza Drive near Arnold Point Apartments and dumped a couch. The males were advised not to dump the couch on the side of the road. All okay.
  • Assault – S. Madison Ave.; Walton County SO – the incident happened in the county and was turned over to WCSO.
  • Disturbing the peace – Martin Luther King Blvd; Checkers – Patron upset over wing wait time. The patron was verbally advised not to come back, per Checkers’ request.
  • Traffic Stop – S. Broad/Trading Place. Officer conducted a traffic stop due to a cracked windshield and a brake light not properly working. During the course of the traffic stop, it was found that the driver did not have a drivers’ license. He was taken into custody for driving without a license. He was fingerprinted and released on copy of citation.
  • Theft – W. Fambrough St. – Complainant reported two black juveniles jumped him and took his bicycle. One juvenile was located. Charged with strong-arm robbery and turned over to his mother.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – S. Broad St. In reference to a white Chevrolet Silverado driving recklessly. The vehicle was observed. All appeared ok
  • Harassment – Perry St. – Complainant reported a Jaq Jaq subject coming on location and harassing her. Area checked, no contact with “Jaq Jaq”
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Old Mill Run – Vehicle parked in an abandoned area of the neighborhood. Occupants were talking and told to move elsewhere.
  • Shoplifting – W. Spring St.; Walmart – Hermeshia Weldon and Patrick Moore were arrested for attempting to shoplift 6 televisions. Patrick fled on foot from the county following a traffic stop, he was later arrested.

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