MPD Reports: Reports of juveniles throwing rocks at vehicles

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Oct. 17 – 24, 2019. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the first part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Entering Auto – Glen Iris Dr. Two vehicles were entered overnight with items taken. Report taken. 
  • Fraud – S. Broad St., MPD. Complainant reports someone opened a Suntrust account in her name back in 2017.
  • Damage to property – S. Broad St., MPD. Ref to damage to a vehicle at Wal-Mart a few weeks ago. Report taken.
  • Suspicious vehicle – E. Spring St., Bulldog Tire. Call actually a fraud. Complainant reports credit card fraud on 4 tire sale transactions.
  • Burglary – Bryant Rd. in reference to complainant returning home from vacation to find his residence broken into.
  • Prisoner transport – Alcovy St., Probation. Desiree Gillespie arrested for probation violation. She was taken to the Walton County Jail.
  • Juvenile complaint – the area of Rose Ison Ter. Ref to juveniles throwing rocks at vehicles, all ok.
  • Request to meet – W. Spring St. – Arby’s. Complainant heard rumors that unknown subjects were going to break into her residence (Tanglewood Drive). She requested extra patrol.
  • Juvenile complaint – W. Spring St., Childers Park. In reference to juveniles on the location throwing rocks at the slide. Negative contact.
  • Follow up – Bryant Rd. Complainant reports a vacant residence directly behind his with squatters who possibly have his property.
  • Unsecure primes – Glen Iris Dr. Back door or residence reported by complainant found open. Residence was cleared and unable to re-secure. No stolen property located, all ok.
  • Shoplifting – W. Spring St., Wal-Mart. The subject arrested for shoplifting.
  • Suspicious Person – Dunkin Donuts. The associate advised her ex-boyfriend was in the parking lot and she had a good behavior warrant against him. Contact was made with the ex-boyfriend. He stated he was working and waiting on a call for work. He was advised to move to another parking lot. All ok.
  • Damage to Property – Overlook Crest. Complainant advised someone had struck her mailbox and damaged it. Officer was able to fix the mailbox. The complainant requested a report due to renting the property.
  • Traffic Offence – Glen Iris and E. Marable – Subject arrested for Failure to Appear warrant out of Lawrenceville PD after being stopped for speeding.
  • Theft – S. Broad St. Complainant stated on October 15 someone took collectible coins as well as $1500 from her residence while she was in the hospital. She gave a suspects’ name as being the person who took the belongings.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Fleeting Court – Complainant reported a silver truck asked her son a question about who his mother was at 1600 hours this date. The complainant requests extra patrol.
  • Transport – W. Spring St. at Piedmont Walton – Subject arrested for a failure to appear warrant out of MPD.
  • Suspicious Persons – Hwy 78 / E. Spring – Officer was patrolling the area and observed two subjects in dark clothing walking on roadway. Officer made contact and identified the subjects. After running their information, it was found that one had an active warrant out of Walton County Sheriff’s Office. He was arrested and transported to the jail.
  • Harassment – S. Madison Ave. Complainant stated her ex-girlfriend keeps on harassing her by driving by her house and parks in front of her residence.
  • Mental Health -Piedmont Walton ER. in reference to a disorderly patient with signed mental evaluation. Stood by until WSCO arrived. All ok.
  • Traffic Stop – Golden Pantry N. Broad. Ford ranger seen driving in the area of Glen Iris Dr while units were on foot patrol was stopped for passenger seat belt violation. The driver gave consent to search truck and small amount of methamphetamine and drug-related objects found. After arrest, the driver provided information of persons responsible for recent property crimes in the area of Glen Iris Dr. CID notified and responded.

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