MPD Reports: Woman allegedly drives vehicle through yard toward house and witnesses

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period April 2 – 9, 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. 

  • Noise Complaint – Maple Place Townhomes. Spoke with the homeowner who agreed to keep the noise down 
  • Civil Dispute – Claywill Circle in reference to subject wanting officers to get keys from her brother. Brother not on location. Advised on locksmith procedure. Heavy odor of 38D (drugs) at residence.
  • Burglary – Indian Creek Dr. in reference to door open on location. Door was unsecured and did not provide access to the residence. All other points of entry secure.
  • Dispute – Meadow Walk Dr – Subject disputing with his mother. He breached one-bedroom door while his mother barricaded herself in her closet. He was gone on arrival in an unknown vehicle. Warrant to be taken.
  • Dispute – Maple Lane in reference to two neighbors having trouble living in the same neighborhood. Both advised to stay away from one another. Report taken.
  • 911 Hang-up -Radford. In reference to juvenile female smoked marijuana and having difficulty breathing. Turned over to EMS on scene.
  • Fight – Towler St. in reference to adults fighting in the street over issues between problems kids were having among themselves. Citations issued to two males involved in a physical fight. Group of over 20 told to disperse.
  • Dispute – Reed Way. In reference to subjects fighting in the yard. Upon arrival, a female subject drove her truck through the front yard toward the house and witnesses. She was arrested and warrants were taken for simple assault family violence, two counts of reckless conduct, disorderly conduct, and obstruction.
  • Dispute – S. Madison Ave. A verbal dispute between parties on location, parties separated all ok.
  • Loitering – W. Washington St. Male on location refusing to leave, situation mediated.
  • Traffic Stop – N. Broad at Deer Acres. in reference to Jonathan Turberville operating GMC Envoy with stolen tag from case worked by an officer. Arrested for possession of meth, theft, and traffic charges.
  • Threats – Monroe Motor Inn. No threats made. Male advised to block his ex-wife’s number. Handled via phone call.
  • Suspicious vehicle – 2nd St. in reference to tractor-trailer in the road. The truck was unoccupied, not running and out of the roadway.
  • Dispute – Piedmont Walton. in reference to a patient recording himself and his environment at the ER. Advised staff that he was allowed into the building and was in public view and part of the recording and MPD could not enforce Piedmont ER policy of not recording. The patient was sent on his way without issue.
  • Dispute – Tall Oaks E. Family members reporting a dispute from last date between Grandmothers over a visit to the grandchildren as the daughter is immune-compromised. The complainant will contact the PD if the Grandmother returns to have her Criminally Trespassed. Report Taken.
  • Dispute – N. Broad St., Matson Food Mart. Ref to female and several males possibly fighting in the parking lot. Area searched with negative contact.
  • Fraud – Cherry Hill Road. Complainant reported a company has written him two bad checks in the past month, report taken.

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