MPD Reports: Overdose victim revived with Narcan, Dog shot after attacking child,

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Aug. 8 – 15, 2019. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the third part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Domestic Dispute – Carwood Dr; Male and female subjects were involved in a dispute over female allegedly cheating on male. During the dispute male subject broke the furniture inside the residence. Male subject had a large cut on his head that he stated came from female subject hitting him with a frying pan. Witness observed male subject hit himself in the head with a light bulb causing the injury. Michael James transported to Piedmont Walton and then to the Walton County Jail where he was charged with criminal trespass Family Violence Act.
  • Suicide Attempt – Creekview Ct. Female on location very intoxicated. She wanted to know what it feels like to cut herself. She was turned over to EMS and transported.
  • Traffic Stop – W. Spring St. at S Wayne. Subject was stopped for equipment violations. During a search of the vehicle MDMA (synthetic drug) was located. She was arrested and transported to the Walton County Jail.
  • Overdose – N. Broad St. in reference to a subject overdosing on Heroine. Subject was revived with Narcan and turned over to EMS. Transported to Piedmont Walton.
  • Discharging firearms – Turner St. in reference to gunshots in the area. Upon Officers arrival to the area blood was located in front of residence on Turner St. Moments after Officers arrived a call came in that a male had been shot and was en route to the hospital in a personal vehicle. Officers responded to the hospital while others stayed at the crime scene. Contact was made at the hospital with Antonio Brooks and Bryant Veasley. Neither subject had been shot but they had been involved in a physical altercation. Officers at the crime scene located multiple shell casings. Mr. Brooks and Mr. Veasley did not wish to press charges. Criminal Investigation Division was notified and responded.
  • Shoplifting – W. Spring St., Harrys Marathon, in reference to 3 white males stealing a case of beer after she advised she could not sell to them.
  • Assault – Cook Pl. Complainant stated he was jumped by 5 or 15 males. Complainant was knocked out and was unable to provide further information. He was transported due to his injurers, report taken.
  • Area Check – S. Madison Ave.: Reference to a broken pole. Electrical pole was breaking at the base. Numerous vehicle parts on and off the roadway but nothing that would help identify the vehicle.
  • Welfare Check – E. Spring St.; In reference to a 6-year-old juvenile walking down the street by herself. The child lives at Glen Iris Drive. She was turned over to resident. Report taken.
  • Highland Terrace – In reference to subject sleeping in his vehicle waiting for his fiancé to wake up. Subject is not allowed into residence due to residents being on probation.
  • Follow Up – S. Madison Ave.: In reference to speaking to employee about cameras but he did not have the access information. Monroe Utilities advised the pole belonged to Windstream. Added to above report.
  • Fire Assist – S. Broad St.: Reference Vehicle Fire.
  • Theft – Sporty Lane: Complainant said he had on his Hi Point pistol last night while at the party on Turner Street. Pistol will be placed on GCIC. As officer was leaving, officer observed blood on complainant’s car and a small caliber bullet in the driveway. Also observed drops of blood throughout complainants’ car. He said his boy and another guy were passed out in his backseat. Contacted Criminal Investigation Division.
  • Domestic Dispute – Bridge Place: Complainant was in a verbal argument with subject over him taking her cell phone. Subject was gone on arrival. Report taken.
  • Vehicle Collision – S. Madison Ave. – Vehicle from earlier collision on S. Madison Ave. Driver issued 2 citations. Supplement added to report.
  • Trespassing – Tigers Way: In reference to complainant having a subject on her property and wanting him to leave. Subject stated he was on his property. Both parties were explained the Civil Process.
  • Damage to Property – Nowell St. – In reference to complainant having crack in windshield. Will go through her insurance company.
  • Dispute – Ridge Rd – In reference to two subjects disputing over children playing in the street. Situation mediated.
  • Animal Bite – W. Spring St. (Piedmont Walton): Complainant stated that his daughter was bitten in several locations on her legs. Baron Drive is where the incident occurred. A passerby shot the dog after seeing what it was doing to the girl. Turned over to Animal Control. Report taken

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