MPD Reports: Theft, burglary, fraud, disputes and entering autos

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Sept. 17 – 24, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the final part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

Burglary – Rose Ison Ter. In reference to subjects who broke into the complainant’s residence and stole music equipment. 

Other Law – E Spring St. Short Stop. In reference to complainant needing to figure out where to go, due to their probation officer dropping them off. 

Traffic Stop – Mayfield Dr at Green St. Vehicle was stopped for head light requirements. During the investigation a probable cause search was conducted of the vehicle. The driver advised that they purchase their marijuana in Athens, Ga. Driver was cited for City Ordinance 62-3 Poss. of Marijuana and was advised of their court date. Report taken 

Dispute – Nowell St. In reference to the complainant’s ex-husband. Spoke to subject and he advised that everything was ok and just got into a verbal argument with his girlfriend and is going to stay at the residence instead of going with his ex-wife. 

Entering Auto – Highland Ter. Occurred earlier this date. Complainant advised their vehicle was unlocked and there was nothing stolen. Unknown time incident occurred. Complainant stated the incident occurred sometime between 1600 hours 09/22/2020-0145 hours 09/23/2020. 

Suspicious person – Plaza Drive C: in reference to black male stealing items from complainant’s porch. 

Entering Auto – Highland Terrace: in reference to unlocked vehicle rummaged through and misc. change taken. 

Fraud – West Spring Street in reference to the complainant’s credit card has been used to buy food. After the investigation a subject was placed under arrest for Financial Card Theft and three counts of Financial Card Fraud 

Juvenile Problem -South Broad Street (Pinnacle Bank): In reference to a Juvenile on a blue or green bicycle been on location several times this week playing with the ATM and asking patrons for money. Complaint request additional patrol though out the week. Area check. Negative contact. 

Entering Auto – Highland Terrace: in reference to two vehicles left unlocked and rummaged through. 

Dispute – East Church Street (Chestnut Cupboard): In reference to 2 females getting into a verbal argument. Parties separated and situation mediated. 

Damage to Property – South Broad Street (Trading Place Pawn) in reference to two large holes cut into the fence. Report taken. Extra Patrol during the night for trespassers. 

Agency Assist – South Broad Street: In reference to Adult Protective Services needing an escort to New Lacy Street. Checking on the well-being of subject. 

Dispute – South Madison Ave: In reference to complainant having question about being over charged for items he didn’t receive. Remedies were given. 

Fraud – South Broad St – Complainant requested a report in reference to an unknown party opening a SunTrust savings account using his information. Report taken. 

Damage to Property – East Church Street / Pine Park Street: In reference to complainant hitting a pot hole on East Church St. Report made. 

Dispute – Glen Iris Dr – Dispute between landlord and tenant. Tenant has court order to leave by September 29 2020. Parties advised to stay in their respective areas. 

Traffic Offense – E. Church St & S Broad St – Subject and a passenger stopped for failure to maintain lane. Further investigation lead to the arrest of the passenger for Possession of Schedule II Methamphetamine. subject released without charge. 

Suspicious Person – 6th St – Reference to subject walking down the middle of the street. GCIC inquiry revealed the subject had active warrants out of Walton County. He arrested and transported to Walton County Sheriff’s Office. 

Suspicious Person – Glen Iris Dr – Subject was located on Glen Iris Dr. He had a watch he admitted was taken from hot spot earlier in the day and had marijuana less than one ounce. He was arrested and Transported to the jail. 

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