MPD Reports: Loud uncle; cooking oil in mother’s wine; child, 5, screams for burritos

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period April 2 – 9, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the final part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Damage to property – W. Spring St., Wal-Mart. 2 vehicles no injuries. Report completed in GEARS. 
  • Follow up – Green St. Ref to entering auto at 124 Bryant Rd, the cell phone that was stolen was shown at this location. I tried playing a sound from find my iphone but did not hear the phone.
  • Suspicious person – S. Hubbard St. and Dairy Queen. White female on foot in the area possibly on drugs. Contact made with the subject at E. Spring. Turned over to EMS for meth use.
  • Suspicious person – E. Spring St., Spring Street Laundry. Contact made with subject. She was using wifi to try and find a ride.
  • EMS Assist – 6th St. 72-year-old subject found DOA by church pastor; Criminal Investigation Division responded.
  • Juvenile Problem – S. Broad St., Dollar General. 12-year-old standing outside of Dollar General. Juvenile given a ride home by subject, with juvenile’s mother’s permission.
  • Discharging firearms – Edwards St. Complainant advised she heard approximately 3 shots from a pistol. Upon to officer arrival complainant advised it was the neighbor shooting fireworks and all was ok.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Union St; B. Ref to a black van idling on location. Worker splicing fiberoptic cable, all ok.
  • Shoplifting – W. Spring St; Walmart. Female subject was caught shoplifting by Walmart employees. All property taken was returned to Walmart, She was released on copy of citation for shoplifting.
  • Dispute – Heritage Trc. In reference to complainant stating his uncle was being too loud while he was trying to get some sleep before work. The uncle advised he would be quiet.
  • Dispute – Sporty Ln. In reference to a verbal dispute between mother and her 16-year-old son putting cooking oil in her wine. Situation mediated.
  • Shoplifting – W. Spring St; Walmart. The suject was viewed on camera putting multiple items into a box with the intent to shoplift. Due to evidence and the intent to commit the crime of shoplifting, a warrant was issued.
  • Suspicious Person – E. Church St. Complainant advised his neighbor keeps knocking on their front door continuously and causing a disturbance. The complainant was advised of the TPO process. Complainant asked for a report to be made for his records. Report taken.
  • Hit and Run – Booth St. – In reference to complainant reported that someone had backed into her parked car and drove off. The complainants’ driver side door had minor damage and could not shut due to the door frame being bent. Report taken.
  • Suspicious Person – Fairway Dr. In reference to a white male seen walking on Fairway Dr. When Officer turned around to make contact with the subject, he had dipped off into the wood line. A vehicle believed to have been driven by the subject was found parked in the back of the neighborhood. Contact was made with the registered owner, who advised they sold the car to their brother.
  • Suspicious Person – Hwy. 78 W & Cedar Ridge – In reference to a subject walking down the highway. The subject said she was walking to Atlanta. She was advised that it was not safe for her to be walking on the highway and that she needed to stay off the road. The subject is possibly a mental subject.
  • Mental Patient – Ash St.: Subject having a mental episode, transported via EMS to Piedmont Walton.
  • Suspicious Person – Pannell Road; Blasingames Lake: In reference to subject living in a tent on private property. (Fish) was able to get her a room at Haven Inn.
  • Domestic Dispute – Booth Dr. in reference to a physical dispute between two subjects. One subject was gone on arrival. Report taken
  • Assault – Piedmont Walton -In reference to a nurse being scratched on the arm by a mental patient. Report taken.
  • Assault – Gatewood Dr.: Complainant reported a subject slapped her in the face and intentionally smashed her phone. No contact with the subject, warrants taken for Battery and Criminal trespass.
  • Juvenile Complaint – Mill Stone Bluff-In reference to juveniles coming onto the complainant’s property and taking her child’s bike. Advised on remedies to better lock up child’s bike/s and add surveillance cameras to the residence. The juvenile’s bike was returned prior to arrival.
  • Dispute – Etten Dr.: In reference to the brother-in-law fussing with a family member who is on drugs.
  • Burglary Report – Green St. -Complainant stated her brother broke into her room and stole her flat-screen TV, the TV was recovered at trading place pawn. Warrant to be taken.
  • Dispute – W. Spring St. – Two complainants called in reference to a subject on location disputing. The subject was arrest for family violence battery.
  • Harassment – Baker St.; Subject came to the complainants’ residence trying to get money that was owed to him. The subject left the residence and was advised not to return unless invited by the homeowner who was not at home at the time of the call. The subject later returned, and left the scene before Officers arrived. The subject refused to meet with Officers and was given a criminal trespass warning by phone.
  • EMS Assist -Southside. In reference to a resident who flipped his personal mobility scooter. TOT EMS
  • Dispute – N. Broad St. Reference to complainant stating that she and a subject were verbally fighting at Sorrells St. Complainant advised options.
  • Welfare Check – 6TH ST. In reference to a child being heard screaming. Made contact with the homeowner and it was their 5-year-old son wanting burritos. All ok.
  • Harassment – Baker St.; Subject returned to the residence and was given a criminal trespass warning by phone.
  • Trees down – S. Madison Ave. Trees down in the road way. Notified FD and GA Power.

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