The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period Dec. 17 – 24, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into four parts. This is the second part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.
Suspicious Vehicle – W Highland Ave. In reference to the complainant advising a dark colored Toyota truck is parked in the driveway of their vacant lot. Vehicle was gone upon Officer arrival.
Dispute – W 5th St. In reference to a black male dragging a black female into the residence by her hair per the complainant. Upon Officer arrival contact was made with complainant West 5th Street. It was determined that the incident was a verbal argument amongst complainant and his girlfriend. Complainant advised he was being picked up by his father and leaving for the night. No crime was committed.
Dispute – Plaza Dr;. In ref to mother and daughter verbally disputing over living arrangements. The daughter left the residence on her own will. Both parties were advised of the civil process.
Shoplifting – W. Spring Street at Walmart. in reference to a subject shoplifting from Walmart. He was arrested and transported to Walton County Sheriff’s Office and charged with shoplifting and obstruction after running from officers on foot.
Dispute – Birch St; Bin reference to subject back on location. She grabbed all her belongings and left on her own. Parties were advised remedies.
Entering Auto – S. Broad Street at Dollar General. In reference to a report of a theft of a purse. It was discovered that the purse was accidentally grabbed and it was returned to its owner. Report was declined.
Other Law – Ridge Road at West Monroe Villa’s – In reference subject, was in an auto accidents with his friend and needed to file a report for insurance reasons.
Dispute – S. Broad Street at MPD. Reference to a dispute between two subjects. Report taken.
Dispute – Atha Street. During a domestic dispute the subject sliced her husband with a knife. She was arrested and taken to WCSO. WTBT for Agg. Assault and cruelty to children X3.
Temporary Protection Order Violation/Civil Issue – N Broad St 1/2. Complainant (Donald Lee Jackson) advised that he has a restraining order against a Joel W. McGraw subject and Mr. McGraw has a restraining order against him from Oconee County. Mr. Jackson wanted to know his options for a threatening email that was sent to his girlfriend. Remedies were advised. All ok.
Dispute – Heritage Trce. In reference to the complainant requesting the police, due to a subject named Luis is trying to fight him. Situation resolved.
Dispute – Springer Ln. In reference to the complainant’s son who was on location arguing with the complainant for three days now. Complainant is requesting to have her son removed from the residence. They were arguing about the bills. Parties were separated for the night. All ok.
Accident/Stolen Vehicle – Maple Ln. Vehicle was on its side upon Officer arrival. Vehicle was unoccupied. Officers made contact with registered owner who advised that she may had left the keys in the vehicle and that if it’s not at the house its stolen.
Extra Patrol – N Broad St at E Highland Ave. In reference to the complainant advising a 2011 red Ford F150 that’s parked on location. Complainant advised that her purse was left at Amicis and the keys to the vehicle are in her purse.
Dispute – Lacy St A. In reference to an subject on location, intoxicated and disputing with the complainant. Complainant is upset about subject consuming alcohol. Parties separated for the night. All ok.
911 Hang Up/Dispute – Magnolia Ter. Dispute amongst ex boyfriend and girlfriend. It was determined that they were not involved in a domestic relationship and parties did not wish to press charges. Report taken.
Shots Fired – Glen Iris Dr. In reference to multiple shots fired into the residence. Multiple bullets struck residence. Fifteen .40 caliber casings were located in front of residence on Glen Iris Dr. CID and Crime Scene responded to scene.
Dispute – S Broad St Lot 124. Southside Mobile Home Park. In reference to the complainant stating a subject poured sugar in their vehicle. Complainant advised that him and subject had a verbal altercation on the telephone. Complainant also advised that he went to the residence to retrieve his belongings and saw subject pouring sugar into his gas tank. Video footage was reviewed at a lot and subject was not seen pouring sugar into the complainant’s gas tank. Remedies were advised.
Shots Fired -Glen Iris Drive. Assisted CID with crime scene.