MPD Reports: Juvenile complaints, elder abuse, armed robbery arrest and fight in library parking lot

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Dec. 10 – 17, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into four parts. This is the first part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

Citizen flag down – South Broad St., MPD. Subject had questions about court, referred to appropriate court, all ok. 

Damage to property – Tanglewood Dr. Complainant receiving damage to her SUV, sometime over the night. Report taken. 

Mental patient – Breedlove Dr. Ste B. Subject in mental crisis and parents are unable to control her. Father had calmed her down prior to officer arrival. All ok. 

Juvenile runaway – Stokes St. Juvenile that ran away this date around 03:00 AM. She was entered on GCIC. Walton County Sheriff’s Office later located the child and took her to Piedmont Walton. 

Traffic Stop – Maple Ln and Maple Place Townhomes. Vehicle was stopped for a brake light violation. Probable cause search of the vehicle was conducted. The driver’s License was suspended. The license was taken and turned in at the MPD with the proper paperwork. She and was given a serve date and a copy of the serve date paperwork on scene. 

Juvenile complaint – South Madison Ave., The Vault. Ref to a juvenile on a bike asking for money. Area searched with negative contact. 

Theft report – South Broad St., John’s Supermarket. Ref to building materials taken from a vehicle while in Southside MHP. Report taken. 

Dispute – E Fambrough St. In reference to a 22-year-old male refusing to leave the yard. Subject sent on his way. 

Burglary – S Broad St. In reference to a vacant residence that has been broken into. Juveniles forced entry and damaged interior. Complainant did not wish to press charges. Report taken. 

Follow Up – Piedmont Walton. In reference to a juvenile who was listed as missing being transported by EMS. The juvenile was taken off of GCIC. 

Loud Music – Marable St. In reference to loud music that has been going on for hours per the complainant. Contact made with homeowner who stated he would turn music down. 

Dispute – Heritage Trce. complainant advising that he is on an ankle monitor and left the residence due to his roommates going through his personal belongings. Contact was made with the subject and he was returned home. 

Prowler Report – New Lacy St complainant stating that they heard a loud bang on the screen door, but did not see anyone. Officers patrolled the area and had negative contact. 

Firearms – E Church St. Chestnut Cupboard. In reference to the complainant advising that a black male wearing a red jacket asked to see his firearm and left the scene with the complainant’s firearm. While en route an anonymous caller stated a suspect got into a white NIssan passenger car with drive out tags. Contact was made with the vehicle and a traffic stop was conducted. A search of the vehicle was conducted. Three Oxycodone pills were located in the middle console. The gun in question from the robbery was located in the glove box. After further investigation the front seat passenger was taken into custody for armed robbery, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, theft by receiving due to another gun he possessed stolen out of Morgan County and possession of a schedule 4 that was located during the call. The female driver was taken into custody for possession of schedule 2. 

Report – Chestnut Ln. In reference to the complainant advising that someone is beating on their door threatening to murder them. Complainant advised that a black car is in the driveway. Situation mediated. 

Dispute – Tanglewood Dr: In reference to subject throwing complainant’s personnel belongings out of the residence. Situation mediated and remedies given. 

Elder Abuse – Mobley Circle -A complainant who requested to be anonymous stated subject is self- neglecting and refusing assistance. The complainant filed a report with APS, who requested a police report. Report taken. 

Theft – Pine Park Street grandmother took subjects TV and PS 4. 

Harassment – West Spring Street (Murphy USA): Subject on location stating his caretakers were harassing him about returning to the residence. 

Mental Patient – Breedlove Drive: In reference to mental health patient calling wanting to leave. Staff advised all was ok. 

Shoplifting – MLK Jr. Blvd. a shoplifting where 2 unknown females tried to return stolen items. Their efforts were thwarted by the manager. The females left the location. No theft occurred this time. The manager wished to issue a criminal trespass warning. He was told to call back if the females returned. 

Dispute – East Church Street a dispute between two subjects. One subject was criminal trespassed from the location for 2 years. 

Suspicious Person – Pine Park St / Mears St.: In reference to a black male laying in the middle of the roadway. Contact was made with subject who was sitting on the side of the roadway. All okay. 

Dispute – West Spring Street at Piedmont Walton: in reference to family member of patient disputing with hospital staff. All ok. 

Found Property – Malcom and Malcom Realty- Complainant called in reference to finding a large knife in the bushes near the business. Knife taken, to be destroyed. 

Child Custody – Nowell St – Complainant called in reference to his child’s mother dropping his child off at his residence. Situation mediated. 

Dispute – Hotspot -Complainant called in reference to a subject damaging her windshield with a brick. Upon arrival the complainant was not on location and did not answer on 911 call back. Area check conducted with negative contact with any bricks in the roadway or near it. 

Dispute – Heritage Trace: Subject called in reference to caretakers yelling at him after he used racial slurs. Situation mediated. 

Fight – Monroe Library -Passerby called in reference to two black males fighting in the parking lot of the library. Parties separated; situation mediated. 

Shoplifting – Quality Foods – Subject arrested for misdemeanor shoplifting. 

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