MPD Reports: Woman charged with DUI, more, after leaving 4-year-old at the Dollar General

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period June 27 to July 3, 2019. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the first part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Theft Report – W. 5th St. in reference to a missing puppy. The call was canceled before the officer’s arrival.
  • Drugs – S. Broad St. – CVS in reference to individual locating a small plastic bag of marijuana in the parking lot. The marijuana was placed into evidence to be destroyed. Report taken
  • Theft – W. Spring St. – Aaron’s in reference to a lawn mower taken some time between Tuesday night and this morning. The lawn mower is a red Yard Machine 42-inch tractor. Item was placed on GCIC as stolen.
  • Follow Up – Woodchase Dr. in reference to speaking with Brandy Williams about the hit and run which occurred yesterday. Brandy Williams was placed under arrest for hit-and-run. She was transported to the Monroe Police Department to be fingerprinted and was released on copy of the citation.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – MLK Jr Blvd – Tractor Supply in reference to a Ford F-150 rolling unoccupied in the parking lot. Vehicle was located partially in a parking spot. Employees at Carmichael located the driver. All ok.
  • Juvenile Complaint – S. Broad St. – Dollar General in reference to a subject leaving her 4-year-old son at the store. DFCS was contacted and the subject was found to be intoxicated and was arrested for Driving Under the Influence, Driving with a Suspended License, and Parental Responsibilities. She was transported to jail.
  • Dispute – at MPD in reference to two subjects arguing in a beige Kia SUV in front of the PD. Officers made contact with the two subjects. They advised they were arguing about rent. All ok.
  • Domestic Dispute – MLK Jr Blvd – The Valero Gas Station in reference to complainant reporting a physical altercation between her and Donald Kelley. The complainant had visible marks on both arms where Donald Kelley grabbed her and pushed her onto the bed. Warrant to be taken for Family Violence battery.
  • Theft – W. Spring St. – Walmart. The complainant stated she lost her purse at Walmart last date and recovered it later that night. She found that $400 in cash was missing from the purse. Report taken.
  • 911 Hang Up/Dispute – E. Spring St. – Monroe Motor Inn. An altercation occurred in a room between a complainant and a female subject. Complainant advised she was struck by the subject. No marks were present and not enough information for an arrest. Report was taken and the complainant was given a ride to Parker Drive.
  • Warrant Served – W. Spring St. – Walmart in reference to a previous. Kristen Fisher had a warrant through Lawrenceville PD for Failure to Appear. She was arrested and taken to the Walton County Jail.
  • Suspicious Person – Davis St. and Pine Park St. in reference to a subject on location asking people for money. She was advised to stop. She stated she was on her way home.
  • Theft – S. Broad St. -Monroe PD in reference Pine Park St. Reference a 1995 Ford Explorer. Report Taken.
  • Agency Assist – Heritage Tr. in reference to making contact with owner about picking up a vehicle from the Chevron at Hwy 78 / Sardus Church Rd. Owner stated his daughter will pick up the vehicle after she gets off work.
  • Fraud – W. Creek Cir. in reference to complainant stating someone used her identity to open an account with AT&T. Report taken.
  • Agency assist -Walton County Sheriff’s Office in vehicle chase with a motorcycle on Highway 78 EB. Officer disengaged when a second county unit joined. WCSO lost visual at HW53 in Oconee.
  • Fight – Chestnut Cupboard E. Church St. Store manager stated that nothing was damaged. Two females were fighting within the store. Gone on arrival.
  • Agency Assist – S. Hammond Dr./Russell Dr. in reference to a juvenile running away while waiting to be placed with a family.  Upon Officer arrival, the female was with DFACS and they advised they were ok.
  • Shoplifting – Spring St.  Employees stated two white females took candy and left the store on foot. They asked if the subjects were located for them to be banned from the store. Officer patrolled the area and had negative contact.  A report was not requested at this time.


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