MPD Reports: Tow truck almost hits police officer due to driver having a diabetic episode and using drugs

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period March 11 – 18, 2021. 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.

Child Abuse – Georgia Ave; DFACS. Complainant wanted to report her foster children being abused in various foster homes. Spoke with complainant, Remedies were advised. 

Burglary – E Church Street. No burglary. Residents that live on location broke a door. The landlord was upset about the damage and wanted it fixed. 

Damage to Property – Wheeler St. Caller advised her back windshield randomly exploded and shattered without known cause or warning. 

Suspicious Persons – West Spring St to multiple minors on location asking people to buy them tobacco. Subjects were advised the consequences. 

Other Law – Piedmont-Walton in reference to 81-year-old trying to leave the facility. The man is not a mental evaluation patient and hospital staff was advised on legal actions the police could/not take. 

Traffic Stop – N Broad St at J&B Food Mart. Vehicle was stopped for its tag light out. After investigation the driver was taken into custody for OCGA 40-5-20 Driving without a valid drivers’ license. He was fingerprinted and released on copy. Report taken. 

Dispute – Glen Iris Dr. In reference to a verbal dispute between two subject. Dispute was verbal only and one had a warrant out of Lumpkin Co. for obstruction. He was transported to Walton County Sheriff’s Office. 

Missing Person – S Broad St. Rose Personal Care Home. In reference to a subject walking off the premise. Complainant advised the male left the location around 0800 hours this date. 

Civil Issue – Classic Trl. In reference to the complainant on location attempting to repo a vehicle. Vehicle owner advised repo driver that they just made a payment on the vehicle and repo driver agreed to let the owner keep the vehicle until Monday to see if the payment was valid. 

Identity Theft – Elm Pl. complainant advising that someone used their Paypal account. No money was actually taken. Report completed at complainant’s request for Paypal. 

Damage to Property – W. Spring Street; Moes. complainant advising stuff being thrown at their vehicle earlier this date at Chick-Fil-A. 

Mental Patient – 2151 W Spring St. Piedmont Walton. In reference to a mental evaluation patient attempting to leave the hospital. Patient was escorted back to his room and given medicine. 

Other Law – E Washington St at S Madison Ave. In reference to complainant who could not locate their vehicle. The vehicle and owner were reunited. 

Traffic Offense – W. Highland Avenue. Traffic stop conducted on tow truck after it almost hit an officer. The investigation determined the driver, was having a diabetic episode and using drugs. Driver turned over to EMS. 

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