MPD Reports: Mental health issues – report of mutants hunting people in neighborhood

The City of Monroe Police reported the following incidents for the period March 5 – 12, 2020. Due to the length of this report, it has been split into five parts. This is the first part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Unknown problem – Perry St. Phone number and “phase 2” indicated this address with a subject. Subject on location refusing to speak with officers. Prior to leaving call an unknown female came out and advised that she witnessed a male subject assault the female subject. When asked to fill out a statement the unknown female refused and left. 
  • Dispute – in the area of Lacy St. Dispatch advised of both involved parties leaving in separate vehicles. Area searched with negative contact.
  • Fire assist – N. Broad St., Monroe Church of Christ. Strong odor of electrical fire in building. Turned over to MFD.
  • Shoplifting – W. Spring St., Wal-Mart. Ref to a b/f opening items and concealing them near the pet supplies area.
  • Civil Issue – Mayfield Dr. Complainant advised he wanted law enforcement present when his ex- girlfriend returns his car. All ok
  • Shoplifting – W Spring St. In reference to a subject caught shoplifting at Walmart. He was arrested and released on citation. He was turned over to his mother. Report Taken
  • Dispute – S. Broad St; Verbal argument between two parties. Parties mediated and separated.
  • Other Law – Pine Circle – Complainant stated his 14-year-old daughter that lives with her grandmother said going to call the police on him if he didn’t give her granddaughter’s clothes back. Complainant said he told the grandmother two days ago to get his daughter’s clothes but she did not show up. Complainant just wanted to insure he was not doing anything illegal.
  • Dispute – Towler St. – Subject was trying to get into apartment but his roommate wouldn’t let him in. We were later advised that the roommate had filed a TPO on subject. The Sheriff’s Office was advised we had contact with subject. A Deputy arrived and served subject with the TPO paper. Subject was allowed 20 minutes to get clothes and was escorted off the property.
  • Mental Patient – Holly Hill Rd. Subject wanted to report mutants running through the neighborhood hunting people. Area checked.
  • Mental Patient – Tanglewood Dr. In reference to a male requesting police. Upon arrival the complainant advised that they no longer needed police assistance.
  • Dispute – Sycamore Ct. In reference to subject having a mental health episode and striking her mother.
  • Dispute – Cook Pl. Third party complaint called 911 in reference to a female screaming for help. Negative contact, all appeared ok.
  • Discharge Firearms – Sporty Ln. In reference to shots in the area. Area was checked with negative contact.
  • Suspicious Person – On Felker S. and E. Spring St. – In reference to subject practicing martial arts in empty lot. all ok.
  • Private Property Vehicle Collison – S. Broad St. (Wells Fargo): In reference to a two-vehicle crash with no injuries. One subject was arrested for an active Probation Violation Warrant out of Walton County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Traffic Control – at Bridge of Georgia – In reference to parade with students. All ok. Harassment – MPD – In reference to a subject requesting extra patrol on Ridge Road.
  • Fraud – W. Spring St. in reference to an online fraud transaction. The suspect was identified and an fficer will be seeking warrants for his arrest.
  • Mental Patient – Great Oaks Drive: In reference to subject being on location having a mental episode. subject was gone on arrival before Law Enforcement arrival.

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