The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Jan. 14 – 21, 2021. Due to the length, these reports have been split into five parts. This is the second part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.
Fire Assist – Spring Place An active fire in the garage. All persons and animals were safely out of the residence. Officers stood by to assist MFD.
Dispute – Lacy Street. Complainant advising his ex-girlfriend possibly burglarized and destroyed his residence. Complainants’ ex-girlfriend was not on scene. Due to insufficient probable cause, no warrants were taken at this time.
Dispute – W.Spring St.- A patient acting combative towards nursing staff. Patient was under control before Officers arrival. All ok.
Dispute – S Broad St; Wells Fargo. In ref to a driver’s license being lost during a transaction at the bank. The complainant found his driver license inside of his vehicle. All ok.
Dispute – S. Madison Ave. Complainant and her boyfriend having a verbal dispute over breaking up. Male was gone upon officer arrival. Complainant advised they have never lived together. Complainant declined a police report.
Dispute – E. Marable Street. Complainant getting into a physical dispute with her boyfriend. Report taken.
Dispute – S. Broad Street. In ref to a civil dispute over living arrangements. Civil remedies advised.
Agency Assist – N. Broad Street and E. Marable. Officer assisted Georgia State Patrol with a vehicle search. All ok.
Civil Dispute – South Madison at The Wonka Factory. In ref to a civil dispute over a vehicle. Ashley Miranda was advised of civil remedies.
Traffic Stop – S Broad St at Walton Mill. Vehicle was stopped for an expired tag. The driver was taken into custody for expired tag, no insurance, and Driving on suspended. He also has an active warrant out of Gwinnett County Police Department, but they did not wish to place a hold. Report taken.
Hit and Run – W Spring St. Home Depot. The owner of the vehicle that was struck in the parking lot advised that he did not need a report done, due to the damage being very minor.
Narcotics/Area Check – N Broad St. Deer Acres. In reference to the complainant advising that occupants in a room are selling narcotics. Complainant also advised that the subjects threatened him and believes that they have watched him on his phone through the window. Complainant advised that they did not want to meet with an officer.
Shoplifting – S Broad St. Dollar General. In reference to a subject who went out the back door and did not come around to the front. Complainant advised that they still have the purse the subject was using to steal items. All items recovered, nothing further.
Dispute – Gatewood Way. In reference to the complainant advising that his wife assaulted him. During the investigation there was no evidence that a physical altercation took place. Report made.
Rape – Wheel House Ln.In reference to the complainant advising that an 18-year-old male had adult relations with their 14-year-old daughter. Complainant advised that the male subject is not at the residence. No evidence was provided while on scene. Report taken for documentation.