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 third part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.
Dispute – Michael Cir. Husband and wife arguing over civil issues. Options were explained. Wife was upset that officers would not force her husband out of the home without legal authority.
Temporary Protection Order Violation – Palmer Ct. Complainant reporting her husband violated the TPO. Subject was located and arrested for the violations.
Disturbing the Peace – Tanglewood Dr. Large gathering which dispersed upon LEO Arrival. All ok.
Suspicious Vehicle – Royal Ct. in reference to a car playing music in the cul-de-sac. All ok.
DOA – Walker Dive: In reference to complainant discovering his girlfriend unresponsive and cold to the touch. Report made.
Dispute – East Church Street (Chestnut Cupboard): In reference to subject refusing to serve another subject. Situation mediated.
Entering Auto – Green St -Complainant stated his Chevrolet pickup truck was entered sometime between last night and this afternoon, a pair of Oakley sunglasses were taken. Report taken.
Mental – Armistead Cir. In reference to subject is having mental episodes. Subject was transported to Piedmont Walton. Due to having dementia.
Suspicious Vehicle – Lacy Street: In reference to a 4-wheeler in the area messing up yards. Contact was made with subject. He was given a verbal warning.
Missing Person – 4th St. In reference to elderly male with dementia walking off from home. Contact was made on 5th St. and he was turned over to family on scene.
Dispute – Plaza Dr – In reference to a family dispute that took place in Conyers and ended up in Monroe, parties separated.
Unsecured Premises – W Fambrough St & S Broad – Thrift store with an open door. Business was cleared and door shut back. Attempted contact with owners but they did not answer.
Suspicious Person – N Wayne St & W Highland Ave – In reference to a flag down by complainant who stated that her vehicle had been towed from Sunshine laundry with her 10-year-old daughter in the back. Vehicle was repossessed and contact was made with the truck driver and the daughter was secured.
Stolen Vehicle – N Broad St – In reference to complainant letting two females use a vehicle belonging to his friend and they didn’t return it. Remedies advised. Report taken.
06:00 Hours (Entering auto) at 137 Glen Iris Dr. In reference to a subject reporting that someone got in to her vehicle overnight and took her purse containing her wallet.
Entering auto – Sorrells St. Unlocked vehicle entered and lawn equipment taken.
Animal complaint – Double Springs Church Rd., MAHS. Ref to two dogs in front of the school and in the student parking lot. TOT Animal Control.
Vehicle accident-unknown – HW78 and Cherry Hill Rd. Two vehicles with extensive damage and roadway blockage. Driver of one arrested for DUI, leaving the scene, driving while revoked, and running stop sign, while on house arrest with an ankle monitor. Turned over to GSP.
Suspicious Person – S. Broad St. at Walgreens and Hardees in reference to two black males walking up to females and elderly people asking for money. Area was checked with negative contact.
Scam – East Church St. Complainant reported receiving numerous fake phone calls telling her to send money. She was advised not to send money.
Theft Report – Fleeting Way. Complainant reported persons stealing lumber off of property. Suspect lives in the neighborhood and was contacted. Situation mediated.
Request to meet – South Broad St., MPD. Ref to an incident that occurred in 2019. Report was made as requested.
Fraud – South Broad St. Complainant reported sending about $3,000 through western union for a dog bought online he has never received. Report taken over the phone.