The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Oct. 15 – 22, 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 – W Spring St – Complainant stated they saw a possible dispute in the Panera parking lot. Contact made with parties who all advised no dispute took place.
Agency Assist – S Hammond Dr & Wilkins Dr – Georgia State Patrol requested officer for vehicle search.
Suspicious Person – Maple Way – In reference to subject asking for food. Subject was gone when officers arrived. Area checked, no contact.
Disturbing Peace – Maple St – In reference to loud music. People on scene having a BBQ, told to keep music down.
Scam – Pannell Rd – Complainant stated he loaned a named woman $30 and she failed to return with it at the agreed upon time. Remedies advised.
Damage to Property – Great Oaks Drive (Cocina Fuentes) in reference to a vehicle struck in the parking lot.
Suspicious Vehicles/Loitering – Highway 138 (Tractor Supply) in reference to five vehicles on location loitering and revving their vehicles. Contact made with subjects who were sent on their way.
Suspicious Vehicle – E Church St, Hammock Park – Juveniles sitting in a passenger car after hours. One juvenile turned over to parent, one left on foot and the other drove home.
Dispute – Pine Park – In reference to a dispute between grandmother and granddaughters. Parties agreed to stay in their respective rooms.
Suspicious Vehicle) – 6th St & Barrett St – White Ford Ranger blocking roadway. Vehicle removed by Taylors.
Traffic Stop – Green St. & G.W. Carver. Traffic stop initiated for no tag displayed. During the course of the traffic stop, probable cause search was conducted. The female driver, was arrested for possession of cocaine, possession of drug related objects, and obstruction. The passenger had a warrant out of Walton County Sheriff’s Office and was charged with possession of cocaine, possession of drug related objects. While being processed at MPD, The passenger was transported directly to the jail. While being processed at MPD, the driver began complaining of abdominal pain. She was transported to Piedmont Walton.
Dispute – Tanglewood Dr. in reference to complainant called 911 because her live-in boyfriend kicked his own door to get into his residence after she locked him out of the residence.
Dispute – 4th Street – in reference to argument between two subjects. Verbal argument only. Incident documented.
Dispute – North Broad Street (J&B Food Mart) in reference to the owner wanted a named criminal trespassed from the property. He was given a criminal trespass for 2 years.
Suspicious Person – Ridge Road: In reference to a black male heavy set wearing a black hoodie with a back pack laughing. Area check. Negative contact.
Animal Complaint – West Spring St – In reference to a crow in the store. The crow is free.
Shoplifting – South Broad Street (Johns Supermarket) in reference to a b/m shoplifting $40 worth of meat and leaving in a silver Honda Accord.
Suspicious Person – W Spring St. (Walmart) In reference to a male that followed the complainant around the store. Complainant advised that they have left Walmart prior to police arrival.
Dispute – Maple Ln In reference to the complainant advising that they were having a dispute with an ex-girlfriend. Complainant advised was gone prior to police arrival. Spoke to the complainant and he advised that he wanted subject out of the residence, due to her talking to other guys. Complainant stated that subject has been living at the residence for a while now. I advised complainant on the eviction process. All ok.
Dispute -Tall Oaks E. In reference to a subject who damaged the complainant’s window.
Firearms – E Spring St at Baker St. Several volleys of gunfire coming from Zone 2. Spoke with several individuals who stated the gunfire was coming from Young Pines. Area searched with negative contact.
Dispute – W Spring St. (McDonalds) In reference to a customer that did not pay for 1 of 2 of their orders. Gray or silver Ford Focus, unknown license plate. Complainant advised subject is an older white male driver, wearing a red shirt. The manager advised that subject was gone as she was contacting the police. The manager also advised that the male subject had purchased one item, but tried to make a scene about a second purchase of apple pies that the customer did not pay for, so the manager did not provide the customer with the apple pies. The manager had asked the customer to leave, but the male refused until the police were called. All ok.
Narcotics – Ammie Briggery St In reference to a strong odor of marijuana. Negative contact, the area was checked.
Unsecure Premise – Baker St. In reference to Moody’s construction building that has the back door open and lights on.
Dispute – Magnolia Ter. In reference to a verbal dispute between the complainant’s son and daughter-in- law.
Suspicious Vehicle – Harris St Legion in reference to an Acura SUV observed parked in the field running with its lights off. Contact made with two subjects who were sent on their way.
Dispute – Magnolia Ter. Complainant advised male subject back on location. He was arrested for disorderly conduct.