MPD Reports: Shots fired at resident after alleged attempted burglars confronted

The City of Monroe reported the following incidents for the period Oct. 3 – 10, 2019. Due to the length, this report was split into five parts. This is the first part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Illegal Parking – Plaza Dr. Reference to a gray Toyota parked in a handicap parking space. The subject was cited for a handicap violation and the vehicle was moved. 
  • Threats/juvenile complaint – Double Springs Church Rd., Monroe Area High School in reference to a student making threats.
  • Dispute – N. Madison Ave. A physical dispute between two subjects. One subject was gone on arrival. Conflicting the one subject on location advised he had video but could not get it to work while the officer was on location. Report taken.
  • Burglary – Alcovy St. in reference to the front door being pried open and copper being stolen out of the residence during the night.
  • Threats report – S. Hammond Dr. Government Building. In reference to complainant reporting subject was making threats to her over Facebook live. Report taken.
  • Mental patient – W. Spring St., Piedmont Walton. Combative mental patients in ER in reference to subject and one other mental patient being combatant with staff. Both subjects put to sleep, one restrained to the bed. One subject transported to Riverwood by WCSO.
  • Entering auto – Davis St., Davis Street Antiques. Vehicle parked for shopping less than 15 min was entered. Report taken.
  • Meet with Officer – Cook Place in reference to complainant hearing noises from inside her room and cannot walk. Contact made with the complainant and her son who advised all was okay and was possibly a rodent in the other room.
  • Juvenile Complaint – MPD. The complaint wanted advice in reference to her daughter refusing to do school work. She was referred to juvenile court.
  • Welfare Check – 6th St. in reference to making contact with the complainant’s sister. The complainant was advised her sister was incarcerated.
  • Juvenile complaint – Nowell St. In reference to 12-year-old making comments that he wanted to kill himself. Stepmother refused to go to the hospital with the subject. She advised the subjects’ therapist and Georgia Crisis was on their way.
  • Theft report – Barron Dr. Complainant reports someone entered an unlocked window and stole Xbox 1, and related items. Print lifted from back window.
  • Loitering – W. Spring St. – Harry’s Marathon in reference to juvenile teenagers on location loitering in their vehicles possibly involved in 38D (drugs) activity. Complainant advised this has been a consistent issue. Vehicles gone upon arrival.
  • Harassment – S. Broad St., MPD in reference to the complainant being harassed by his former landlord.
  • Suspicious vehicle – Double Springs Church Rd., MAHS. Personal Car search of the vehicle resulted in a subject being arrested for marijuana possession on school property.
  • Dispute – Breedlove Dr.; Ridgeview – Complainant reported her husband had checked himself into rehab and now wanted out. Ridgeview reported they were following release procedure.
  • Child Abuse – Walmart. Complainant advised that while her son was at Small Wonders Daycare he sustained an injury to the face. When she spoke to the director, he was unable to contact her son’s teacher. He also told her that he could not review the cameras at this time. Complainant requested this incident be investigated due to not being the first time her son has been injured
  • Dispute – Complainant reported that her in-laws were harassing her through Facebook and text messages. She was advised since she’s residing in Jersey, to contact the WCSO.
  • Traffic Stop – E. Spring St. – Sharon McCoy was charged with open container while being at Mathew Park after dark.
  • Theft – Walmart. Complainant advised that she believed she left her phone on the self checkout while paying for her groceries. Once she returned to the store, she was unable to locate her phone. Officer viewed camera footage and it was determined that the complainant did not have her phone out while she was checking out. She denied a report at this time.
  • Entering Auto – Checkers. Complainant advised that a black male reached into the open window of her 1998 Isuzu Rodeo and took her purse with its contents. Officer viewed the camera and observed a black male walk from a white passenger vehicle that was parked near Highway 138 and took the purse. He returned to the parked vehicle. The driver’s side and passenger side window to the vehicle was left down. Report made.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Hwy 78 – In reference to a slow-moving Jeep. Vehicle stopped by WCSO.
  • Illegal Parking – N. Broad St. (Waffle House): In reference to 2 tractor-trailers illegally park. One moved, one tagged.
  • Burglary in Progress – Perry St.: Two black males wearing all black attempted to burglarize a residence. When the complainant walked outside the suspects told him to get on the ground. The complainant ran to his neighbors’ residence on Perry St. and got him. When the two walked up to the original scene on Perry St., one of the suspects shot at them and ran behind the residence.

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