MPD Reports: Mental health issues, attempted burglary and dispute over who would clean the car

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period March 5 – 12, 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.

  • Flag Down – S Broad St; Hardee’s. In reference to a subject advising his 54-year-old son exited his vehicle and headed east on foot. Subject advised he located his son. All ok 
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Great Oaks Dr. Compliant advised the vehicle has been on location for approximately 2 weeks. The owner of the vehicle was contacted via telephone and was advised on the situation. He advised he parked his vehicle on location due to him not wanting to make payments on the vehicle. He advised he will come and remove his vehicle later this date.
  • Dispute non-violent – S Broad St. Reference subject who refused to leave the residence. The subject had not been properly evicted and was advised of civil remedies.
  • Fraud – Springer Ln in reference to identity theft. Report was taken
  • Burglary Attempt – Ridge Rd. Complainant advised someone attempted to kick her backdoor open on either Friday or Saturday while she was not home. She advised entry was not made and nothing was missing. The report was taken.
  • Dispute – Davis St. Compliant advised that the parties left in a red Toyota Corolla. Upon officers checking the area, the vehicle was located at Colquitt St & Cherokee Ave. Officers made contact with the passengers identified. Both parties advised it was just a verbal argument about who is going to clean the car. Report taken.
  • Follow Up – Davis St. – In reference to an earlier call, regarding a man and woman fighting in the front of their house. Contact was attempted with but nobody would come to the door.
  • Threats – Etten Dr. Two parties reported subject threatened to run him off the road and run him over because one of the parties reported subject dogs to animal control.
  • Shoplifting – S. Broad St. Female subject driving a blue in color passenger car entered the store, the subject stole a box of cigars. Report taken
  • Mental Patient – Carwood Dr. in reference to a dispute call. The subject was off his medication and having an episode. He was transported in lieu of charges to Piedmont Walton for evaluation.
  • Dispute – W. Spring St. at Piedmont Walton in reference to a subject causing a disturbance. He was arrested. Turned over to Walton County Jail.
  • Follow Up – N. Broad St; Waffle House. Complainants advised there were drug-related objects located in the trash can. Complainant was advised of remedies.
  • Harassment – W. Spring St., Hometown Tire in reference to complainant receiving threatening emails from a subject.
  • Mental patient – W. Spring St., Wal-Mart. In reference to a subject trying to get prescriptions. She struck the victim on her left wrist and it was observed by officers. She was placed under arrest for simple assault. During the booking process, the subject made numerous comments and officers determined to involuntary have her mentally evaluated. She was given a citation for disorderly conduct and turned over to staff on location at Piedmont Walton. Report taken.

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