MPD Reports: Loud music, crowds dispersed per mayor’s Emergency Order and disputes abound

The City of Monroe reported the following incidents for the period March 26 to April 2, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the fourth part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Vehicle Lockout – Magnolia Terr. Vehicle was unable to be opened, advised to call a locksmith, all ok. The vehicle had new safety features and illegal window tint. Female complainant called 911 three more times to complain. Handled by phone. 
  • Suspicious Person – Davis St., Davis Street Antiques. Ref to someone sitting on a bench. Spoke with the complainant and she is allowing her to sit on the bench until her ride comes.
  • Dispute – E. Marable St., Mathews Park in reference to complainant stating a subject drove by the park and flipped her off.
  • Entering auto – S. Broad St., MPD. Complainant advised that her vehicle was broken into sometime over the night on Friday and she realized it Saturday afternoon. Possible suspects were caught on camera in the area. Report Taken.
  • Dispute – N. Broad St., Susie’s Wings. Complainant reported getting into a fight with three subjects on Lacy Street last date. The complainant was very combative with officers and would not give details of the incident. Complainant left the scene before officers could obtain further information.
  • Dispute – Amber Trail. Contact was made with the homeowner who was on location and she advised no dispute had occurred. The residence was cleared with no contact.
  • Fight – on Lacy St. One Anonymous caller advised of 100+ people fighting in the street. On arrival, roadway completely blocked with vehicles and foot traffic. The crowd dispersed and vehicles moved. A warning was given over PA that gatherings of 10 or more people will be cited by the Order of Mayor’s EO.
  • Loud Music – Alcovy St. Area check was conducted and Officer made contact with party-goers at Alcovy and warned them of the Mayor’s EO.
  • Suspicious Person – E. Washington and S. Broad. in reference to a subject requesting to use officers taser to “help” them work an accident. The subject is a mental patient and was sent on his way.
  • Loud Music – Alcovy St. Contact made with persons on location, who stated they were leaving.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – S. Hammond Dr and E Church St. Go-cart driving on the street. The subject was advised to stay off the street.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Ash St. Vehicles blocking the roadway. Owners were advised to move their vehicles.
  • Dispute – New Lacey St. Officers responded to a disputed call. While on scene Casey Porter failed to obey commands and took an aggressive/combative stance with an officer. Casey was tazed as a result. Report taken.
  • Burglary in Progress – Nelson St. – In reference to two black males attempting to enter a residence through a basement door. Suspects were gone on arrival. The house was checked and appeared to be secured.
  • Welfare Check – S. Hammond Dr. Subject was the same subject that was tazed earlier. He was advised to stay out of the roadway.
  • Harassment Call – S. Madison Ave. South Side – Complainant stated someone from an unknown phone number kept calling him and accusing him of murder. He was advised to block the number.
  • Dispute – Walton Rd. In reference to a B/M yelling in the roadway. The subject was identified as one who has a Felony warrant out of the Walton County Sheriff’s Office. The warrant was confirmed by the jail, but Monroe officers were advised by the jail staff they would not take him into custody. He was released and advised to stay out of the roadway.
  • Juvenile Complaint – Tanglewood Dr. In reference to juveniles riding dirt bikes on the roadway. Subjects were advised to stay off the roadway.
  • Loud Music – Sporty Ln. Subjects were advised to turn the music down.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Juveniles riding dirt bikes in the area of Tanglewood Dr. Subject were advised to no longer ride the dirt bikes. All ok
  • Assault – W. Creek Cir. The complainant refused to cooperate with officers and advised she no longer wanted assistance.
  • Suspicious Person -In the area of Harry’s Marathon and Tractor supply. Female asking people for money. Contact was made, the female was advised to leave. All ok
  • Stolen Vehicle – Breedlove Ct: In reference to a stolen vehicle. An unlocked 2007 Toyota Camry, black in color was taken overnight with the keys left in the vehicle. The vehicle was placed on GCIC.
  • Shoplifting – W. Spring St.; Quality Foods: In reference to three subjects on location shoplifting crab legs. One subject was cited and all three were issued Criminal Trespass from the store.
  • Harassment – Carwood Dr. in reference to subject was complaining about his neighbor was yelling at him while he was outside.
  • Gunshot Wound – N. Madison Ave. In reference to Willie Norman shooting Abraham Brown in the thigh after a fight at E. Marable Street. Brown was transported to Piedmont Walton for treatment. Turned over to Criminal Investigation Division for follow up.
  • Hit & Run – W. Spring St.
  • Civil Issue – E. 5th St. – In reference to dispute with the landlord. Follow up to be conducted.
  • Theft – W. Spring St. – In reference to an employee not collecting payment from a customer. Items paid for by the customer by phone.
  • Shoplifting – W. Spring St. in reference to a subject shoplifted several items. The subject was released on a citation.
  • Dispute – W. Fambrough St. – In reference to dispute over property. Situation mediated.

 

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