MPD Reports: Reports of fight and gunshots near railroad, suicide threats and domestic disputes

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Jan. 30 to Feb. 6, 2020. Due to the length, this report was split into five parts. This is the final part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Dispute – Cedar Ln. In reference to a subject fighting with his father. He was located at Scoops and arrested for criminal trespass, simple assault, and theft by receiving stolen property, and aggravated stalking. 
  • Mental person – Etten Dr. Complainant stated that a female that she has been allowing to stay on location, was on the front porch and hitting her head on the rail. Made contact with female. She requested EMS due to her wanting to kill herself. Turned over to EMS.
  • Burglary – Davis St. Complainant stated that her house was trashed after a dispute that occurred last date. Supplement will be added to the original report.
  • Child custody – Magnolia St. Father was upset because his ex dropped off their baby at this house and told him that he had to watch the child. He was upset because he wanted to go to the club and told her he could not watch the child. He was advised that he and the mother need to work this out or he needs to stay home and not go out.
  • Harassment – E. Spring St. Complainant advised that she had a TPO against her ex who is now living in N. C. He has been texting her and telling her that he was going to call child serves on her. Upon looking at the TPO it was determined that he was not served with it and that it expired on 11-22-2019. She was advised how to handle.
  • Fight – Douglas St. Several juveniles and adults were involved in a fight over a basketball game. Parties were separated parents were advised that this is an ongoing problem and from this point on the parents will be cited and an investigation of disorderly house will be started. They were advised again that they are to have no contact with the other kids on the other street.
  • Discharge firearms – Nowell St. One Caller advised of shot fired in the area. Conducted an area check no contact, all seems ok at this time.
  • Assist Walton County Sheriff’s Office – Mathews Park. WCSO advised they were working a dispute and that a subject might be at the park and armed with a handgun. Conducted an area check no contact, WCSO located the male afterward.
  • Assault – Walmart. In reference to the complainant being assaulted by a female subject inside WalMart. Simple battery warrant taken on the female subject.
  • Suspicious Person – Custom Way. Complainant advised a male subject was seen talking near the bushes at the back of his residence. Complainant also advised he had an Amazon package stolen on 1/14/2020. Report taken.
  • Dispute – in the area of S. Madison Ave. and E. 5th St. Ref to the same couple arguing and caller advised she saw the couple on the railroad tracks and heard gunshots. Caller further advised they saw a male point a gun at the female. Area searched with negative contact.
  • Foot patrol -in the area of E. 5th St. and railroad tracks. Area searched for the couple involved in the above dispute. Negative contact. Officer advised he heard a male yelling near Hulsy Concrete.
  • Dispute – Atha St. Complainant advised she and a male subject were in a verbal dispute in reference to paying bills. The male subject was placed under arrest for violation of a family violence order.
  • Suicide attempt – Clubside Dr. In reference to subject taking an unknown amount of muscle relaxers. The subject was conscious and alert. The complainant was advised to call back if he passes out due to the medication.
  • EMS assist – Clubside Dr. Subject was barely conscious and was not alert. The subject was turned over to EMS for mental evaluation.
  • Prisoner transport – Douglas Co. Jail. Edward Lowe Transported from DCSO to WCSO for MPD warrant. All ok.
  • Warrant attempt – E. Spring St., Popeyes. Assisted JointOps with a warrant service, all ok.
  • Dispute – Chestnut Ln. Complainant advised his daughter is on Barron Property refusing to transfer custody of a baby. Situation mediated, all ok.
  • Suspicious person – N. Broad St. in reference to a subject passed out on the sidewalk. The subject was intoxicated and given a courtesy ride.
  • Theft report – Bridgeport Ln. Reference to mother wanting a report for her son having his SD Card stolen from his phone in the area of Hillcrest apartments by a 19-years-of-age subject. Report taken.
  • Dispute – W. Marable St. Ref to dispute between two parties, one was given a ride to Monroe Food Mart. Parties were separated.
  • Follow up – N. Broad St. In reference to subject trying to go home. Fell on sidewalk, due to level of intoxication, was escorted back home. Both parties were advised to stay away and do not bother each other.
  • Rolling dispute – Unisia Dr. Complainant reports he was being followed by his suicidal son who had a gun. Contact made with the complainant on Hammond Dr. Complainant got his son on the phone and got him to agree to meet at the hospital for a voluntary mental evaluation. Report made.
  • Disturbing the Peace – Ridge Road. In reference to a neighbor making banging noises. Subject was located and asked to keep the noise down
  • Suspicious Vehicle – McDaniel St. Caller stated a silver passenger car with 2 males and a female were in a dispute. The female stated she didn’t want to be in the car and the car left headed towards Pinecrest. Area checked with no contact.
  • Dispute – S. Broad St.- Complainant advised a male by the name of James was smoking meth in one of her rooms. James was gone on arrival. She advised he did not leave her and was given remedies for if he returned.
  • Theft Report – S. Broad St; Mattson Food Mart. In reference to money missing from the safe. Owner requested a report be made for documentation
  • Welfare Check – S. Broad St; Hardee’s. Report of a male juvenile that had been laying on a bench inside the store that had left just prior to officers’ arrival. Area checked extensively and no contact made.

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