MPD Reports: One brother stabbed in sibling dispute; woman charged with battery against elderly subjects

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Jan. 25 – 31, 2019. 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.

  • Dispute, Plaza Dr., reference to two brothers fighting and one stabbed. One brother did not wish to press charges on his brother.  As a result, the brother was transported to Piedmont Walton and turned over to hospital staff for an involuntary mental health evaluation.
  • Violent Domestic, Gliding Lane, two subjects stated they were attacked by Kimberly Bell who was still on location upon arrival. Kimberly was highly intoxicated. She was placed under arrest for simple battery against an elderly person X 2. She was fingerprinted and taken to the Walton County Jail.
  • Shoplifting, Chestnut Cupboard, reference to a stolen candy bar. Canceled by complainant due to subject returning and paying for Candy.
  • Dispute, Bryant Rd., reference to complainant saying named female came into her house without permission from her. Named female entered the house with permission from other residents. She left the residence and said that she would not return.
  • Theft report, Birch St., complainant stated his mother’s personal items were taken from the residence while she is in jail.
  • Family Violence, Fawnfield Dr., Rosalyn Madison was arrested for Battery FV and Violation of Family Violence Order after assaulting a named male subject.
  • Suspicious Person, North Broad St., complainant stated that a female was banging on the church door. She just wanted an MPD to see if we can help. The Person GOA.
  • Suspicious Person, North Broad St./Walton St., white female, camo jacket. Female said she stopped because someone gave her McDonalds. She was sent on her way.
  • Arrest, North Midland Ave./East Marable St., A Female suspect arrested for Loitering, Public Drunk, Possession of Meth, Poss Drug Related Object. Crossing a Guard Line. Once at the jail, she began to bang her head into the floor and said she wanted to kill herself.  She was stripped search due to her statement upon pulling into the sally port about having items stuffed in her pants. A meth pipe with meth was located.  The nurse deferred her to the hospital.  The hospital signed the mental form and she was released on city ordinance citations and will take warrants later.
  • Theft, MLK Jr Blvd., complainant left a pink bag with a laptop and other items at the carwash. Video surveillance showed that a black male in a limo took the bag. Report taken.
  • Suspicious Vehicle/Persons, East Spring St., reference to an unknown occupied silver vehicle in the driveway honking the horn. Made contact with a male subject in the silver car. He showed documentation of an appointment for life insurance at that address. The subject was asked to leave upon the homeowner’s request. The subject left without incident.
  • Juvenile Complaint, Monroe Area High School, reference 3 juveniles passing around nude photos. CID notified. Report Taken.
  • Civil Issue, Meadowbrook Dr., reference to father’s son sending shoes via mail and supposed to get some shoes and money back. Father was advised that it’s a civil issue.
  • Traffic Stop, Hwy 78 East, Jim Daws, the driver was stopped for various traffic violations. Probable Cause search was conducted after K9 alerted. The driver was cited for Possession less than one ounce of Marijuana.
  • Suspicious Person, West Spring St., hospital called in reference to a person on the scene who was released earlier in the day. Devere Jones on the scene with a warrant out of Loganville PD. Devere arrested on a warrant.
  • Dispute, East Spring St., called in athird-partyy black male and female verbally disputing. Parties left separately prior to Officers arrival.
  • EMS Assist, Spruce Lane, reference to an intoxicated person. Subject was transported to Piedmont by EMS.

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