MPD Reports: Student transported by EMS due to ingesting ‘something’

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Feb. 6 – 13, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the fourth part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Shoplifting – W. Spring St. The manager reported a tall black male wearing a black jacket attempted to walk out of the store with $459.00 worth of merchandise. Merchandise was recovered, the male could not be found. 
  • Shoplifting – W. Spring Street- Subject was observed by staff trying to purchase items she had swapped price tags on. When approached by staff she left the items and walked away from the register. Officer made contact with subject. Per manager request she was asked to leave the store and they did not wish to press charges.
  • Suspicious Vehicle) Deer Acres. Clerk advised vehicle had been on location for several days. no contact was able to made with registered owner. The clerk was advised of private property remedies.
  • Dispute – S. Madison Ave. In reference to two people who got into a physical altercation. The male subject was taken into custody without incident for Family Violence Battery.
  • Prisoner transport – S. Madison Ave., GA Probation Management. Probation advised the subject came back.
  • Other law – Oak Ridge in reference to elderly dementia patient being locked inside her residence and not able to leave. Entry made into residence by MFD, all okay. Key holder stays at another residence on Oak Ridge.
  • EMS assist – Double Springs Church Rd., MAHS. Ref to a student that had ingested something, transported by EMS, all ok.
  • Mental patient – N. Broad St., Franks Stop-N-Shop. Ref to a female in a white Nissan requesting EMS to take her to get mental health. Female was gone on arrival, all ok.
  • Request to meet – S. Broad St., Straight Street Family Church. Key holder arrived on scene requested walk through. all ok.
  • Warrant attempt – Green St. Subject was located and arrested for felony warrants out of WCSO.
  • Fraud – S. Madison Ave. – Vintage Revival. Complainant reports a bounced check.
  • Dispute – Ridge Rd., In reference to a verbal dispute between two subjects. Female subject advised that she did not want male subject on location and the subject left. She was advised of remedies.
  • Civil issue – E. Fambrough St., Roommate throwing property out of residence. Situation mediated.
  • Disturbing The Peace – W. Fambrough St. – In reference to a person driving a vehicle with no muffler around being loud. While searching for the vehicle Officer came across what appeared to be a fight in progress. Turns out boyfriend tackled his girlfriend to stop her from fighting. Parties were advised if they did not live in the area to leave.

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