MPD Reports: Shoplifting, civil issues and hit and run involving a tree

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Nov. 21 – 28, 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.

  • Theft – Perry St. In reference to a civil dispute over the ownership of the residence. Complainant advised subjects were removing property. Subjects removing property were a construction crew with a contract in hand. The complainant was advised of the civil process.  
  • Civil issue – Perry St. In reference to the same situation as above. The issue was turned over to the Walton County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Shoplifting – W. Spring St., WalMart. in reference to a subject shoplifting clothing and dog food. The subject was cited and released.
  • Dispute – E. Tall Oaks. In reference to complainant disputing with her mother over house keys. Advised of the eviction process.
  • Shoplifting – N. Broad St., JB Food Mart. In reference to three black male juveniles shoplifting Little Debbie cakes. The subjects were gone on arrival. The complainant requested an area check for the subjects and to trespass them criminally. Report declined.
  • Shoplifting – W. Spring St., Wal-Mart. Subject arrested for shoplifting $30.00 worth of items. Released on a copy after prints.
  • Dispute – Roosevelt St. – Complainant reported he did not want the subject back on location. The subject was gone on arrival prior to the officers’ arrival and was told to call back if she returned.
  • Hit & Run – Elm Dr. and Elm Pl. – Vehicle ran into a tree and left the scene. The vehicle was recovered on Highway 78 and towed by Taylor’s for leaving the scene of an accident. Driver unknown, report taken.
  • Dispute – Sweetgum Dr. – Two subjects involved in a verbal dispute. Parties mediated and separated.
  • Dispute – Golden Pantry – Complainant on location stating she ran away from her boyfriend.  The complainant appeared to be extremely intoxicated and asked for a ride to Winder. Barrow County advised they could not meet to give her a ride. No crime was committed.
  • Dispute – Overlook Trail – Two subjects involved in a verbal argument over an incident at work. Parties mediated and separated.
  • Dispute – Walmart – Caller stated a white female and white male were arguing near a vehicle in the parking lot.  Upon Officer’s arrival, the parties were gone.
  • Shoplifting – Walmart – Subject was on location and suspected of shoplifting. During the course of the investigation items were located on his person that he did not pay for. A white rubber container was also located in his pocket with a substance that field-tested positive for fentanyl.  H4 was taken into custody and charged with possession of schedule II controlled substance.  Walmart did not wish to prosecute the shopliftingng.

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