The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Dec. 3 – 10, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the second part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.
Dispute – East Spring St., Monroe Auto Brokers. Ref to a customer on location refusing to leave. Customer was given a refund, all ok
Damage to Prop – Hwy 78. Walton Truck Stop. Ref to items falling off a trailer and striking the complaints car. Area searched for the vehicle, negative contact. Report taken.
Juvenile runaway – Knight St., Subject, 15-year-old w/m run away. Area surrounding home and Green St. area was checked and he was with his grandmother on Green St. He advised he was going home.
Disabled vehicle -HW78EB at Marable St. Bridge. Black Challenger with flat tire. Vehicle was out of roadway. Vehicle red tagged, all ok.
Shoplifting – West Spring St., Marathon. Subject was given a ride back home to Holly Hill and barred from the business, all ok.
Suspicious person – South Madison Ave. Ref to a w/m who approached the residence with clipboard then walked away. Area searched with negative contact.
Suspicious vehicle – HW78WB and Mt. Vernon. Ref to a p/u with stickers that was failing to maintain lane. Area checked with negative contact.
Harassment – West Highland Avenue Subject receiving harassing texts from his ex-girlfriend. Report taken, remedies advised.
Scam – E Church St. Complainant advised someone in Texas possibly stole his SSN. Report taken
Suspicious Person – Masters Dr. In reference to complainant being assaulted by two B/M’s in a white Ford Expedition who fired at him with a BB rifle.
Assault – W Spring St; Piedmont Walton subject being struck in the face with a firearm by a subject on Plaza Drive. The subject arrested for Aggravated Assault.
Juvenile Runaway – Bold Springs Av. In reference to a 16-year-old juvenile running away from home. During investigation the juvenile was located and turned over to his parents. Both parents were advised of the juvenile complaint process. Report taken.
Traffic Stop – W Spring St at Pinecrest Dr. Vehicle was stopped for OCGA 40-6-48, failure to maintain. The driver was taken into custody for OCGA 40-5-20(A) Driving without a valid drivers license. He was fingerprinted at MPD and released on copy. Report taken.
EMS Assist – Wilkins Dr. DOA who had extensive health issues. EMS ran EKG and the coroner was advised. Report was made.
Damage to Property – Magnolia St. at New Lacy. Vehicle taken after being left running and unlocked with keys in the vehicle. Vehicle had ran over a fire hydrant and was left on location. Report taken.
Damage to Property – Wheel House Ln. Subject owns the vacant property, while he was away the property was vandalized. Report taken.
Theft Report – N. Broad St. at The Blue Rooster Bakery- Subject reported that a former employee, stole her credit card and used it. Report taken.
Threats – Bold Spring Rd. (All Star) – In reference to a female running into the store and told the clerk she was being threaten by a guy in a black mustang. Both parties were gone upon officers’ arrival.
Suspicious Person male subject walking around in the area, identified. Subject was ok.
Shoplifting – W. Spring Street at Walmart. A subject was arrested for shoplifting. She was fingerprinted and released on citation.
Animal Complaint – New Lacy St loose pitbull. Area was checked with negative contact.
Animal Complaint – Wall St. In reference to an aggressive dog in the area. Area checked, negative contact
Dispute – Davis St. Subject causing issues in the area for the surrounding neighbors. The subject was arrested for active warrants out of Walton County Sheriff’s Office.
Dispute – Davis St. Subject refusing to leave the residence of individual. Subject was GOA upon officer arrival. Officer conducted an area check due to subject having warrants and located the subject outside of Jack Peter’s Grocery. He was taken into custody for warrants out of the WCSO. Report taken.
Civil Issue – Plaza Dr. Your Extra Attic. In reference to the complainant advising that they have been locked out of the storage unit and advised that they have been making payments. Complainant advised that they have been attempting to get in contact with the office by telephone and knocking on the door and has been unsuccessful in getting in contact with an employee about their storage unit. Contact was made with the manager at the business and the civil issue was resolved between the complainant and business manager without incident. All ok.