MPD Reports: Woman crashes while fleeing after stabbing ex husband

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period April 23 – 30, 2020. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the final part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Stabbing – Camptown Apt. A victim was in a verbal dispute with his ex-wife, who then stabbed him. She was located driving on E. Church St. and fled in a vehicle. After a brief vehicle pursuit, she crashed her vehicle and was taken into custody on several charges.
  • Suicide Threat – Haven Inn. Reference to subject allegedly taking a large amount of medication. Contact made with the subject who advised he was not suicidal and that he wanted attention from his ex-girlfriend. The patient turned over to EMS for evaluation.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Downtown/Courthouse. In reference to a subject wandering around the courthouse grounds. He was advised of the statewide shelter in place order and went on his way.
  • Dispute – Pine Park St. Between two subjects. No contact at the home and no answer by phone after multiple attempts. All appeared ok.
  • Burglary – Mobley Cir.: Complainants’ unlocked home was entered by a black male. No items were taken, no processable evidence located. Report was taken.
  • Suspicious person – W. Spring St. in reference to a white male subject in a sports car making the employees uncomfortable. The subject left the scene and Officer was able to call the subject and advised him the Marathon and McDonalds do not want him at their location anymore.

  • Dispute – Boulevard in reference to a dispute between the complainant and stepson.
  • Suspicious person – W. Creek Cir. in reference to Subject was putting trash in the complainant’s yard. The complainant’s son gave the subject permission to put the trash in the yard for a few days. The subject agreed to remove his stuff out of the yard by the end of the day.
  • Dispute – Cook Place in reference to brother refusing to leave. Gone on arrival.
  • Fraud – Oak Ridge – Complainant call in reference to fraudulent activity mail and credit card.
  • Stolen Vehicle – S. Broad St. at MPD Complainant said a named subject stole her vehicle while her daughter had it on April 22.
  • Suspicious Person – in area of Pincrest Dr. @ Holly Hill in reference to a black male behaving oddly. Gone on arrival.
  • Suspicious person – W. Spring St. @ Quality Foods, in reference to a homeless person who was gone when police arrived.
  • Suspicious Person – Pot Luck Cafe in reference to male laying on the sidewalk. The homeless male was sent on his way.
  • Shoplifting – S. Broad St. Subject criminally trespassed from S. Broad St. (Dollar General)
  • Stalking – Creek View Dr. in reference Complainant reporting her ex-boyfriend stalking her.
  • Other law – West Creek Circle. Follow up from the earlier call, Complainant advised the subject still has not removed the trash. Advised to give the subject time to do so.
  • Entering Auto – Mayfield Dr. in reference to a third party observed someone looking inside the complainant’s vehicle. The subject was gone on arrival and did not gain entry of any auto at the residence.
  • Follow Up – Hill St -Assisted Criminal Investigation Division with detaining, searching and transporting suspects in the recent entering autos and stolen vehicles. (Chief R.V. Watts reported these arrests at the Monroe City Council meeting on Tuesday)
  • 911 hang up – W. Marable St. Reference to a 911 Hang-up. Two parties involved in a verbal argument. Parties separated prior to arrival. All ok.
  • EMS Assist – E. Church St. Caller advised that a male was passed out in a vehicle. Upon arrival, the male would not wake up. He was given Narcan and turned over to EMS.
  • Fight / Shots Fired – Tanglewood. Large group on location after a dispute on Facebook. All parties were gone on arrival.
  • Fire Assist – Great Oaks. In reference to a brush fire in between buildings. Turned over to Monroe Fire.
  • Gunshots – Cook St. and Sorrells St. In reference to residents hearing 5-6 gunshots coming from a white passenger car. Negative contact with any white car. No property damages. No shell casings found.
  • Domestic Dispute – Glennwood Dr. Reference to two parties having a verbal dispute. No physical contact reported. Parties separated.
  • Domestic Dispute – Roosevelt Ave. In reference to complainant stating that his girlfriend that he only knows as a female, threw trash all over his house before leaving with a friend. He stated the argument was verbal only in nature.
  • Vehicle accident – Walton Truck Stop. Semi was backing up and struck a power box knocking out the power, report taken.
  • Trespassing – Spring St. Spring St. laundry. Reference to a white male sleeping under tables. The male advised to leave. All ok
  • Suspicious Person – Downtown. In reference to Carol Hogan loitering and refusing to comply with officers’ commands to move on her way. She was arrested for obstruction and loitering.
  • Suspicious vehicle – Hwy 78 W. Caller advised of a white Dodge truck speeding and cutting people off. Made contact with the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. The driver stated he was running late for work. He was given a verbal warning and advised to slow down.
  • Domestic Dispute – Perry St. Reference to a complainant having a verbal dispute with a subject. No Physical Violence. Both parties separated.
  • Theft Report – Monroe Pavillion. Generator and 200 gallons of fuel taken sometime during last date.
  • Dispute – S. Madison Ave. Reference subject on location causing an incident. The report was made and warrant to be taken for Aggravated Stalking, Theft By Taking, and Family Violence Battery.
  • Civil Issue – S. Madison Ave.; J & B Auto. Civil dispute between owners and customers over repairs not being made. Customers retrieved vehicles and all parties advised of civil remedies.
  • Fraud Report – S. Broad St. – Monroe PD. Complainant advised he had caught fraudulent activity on his account and was needing a report to regain the money.
  • EMS Assist – Springer Lane, Subject overdosed on an unknown substance. Was administered Narcan and turned over to EMS.
  • Dispute – E. Church & Colley St. in reference to call, parties were separated. All ok.
  • Theft Report – Ash Lane–Contact made with the complainant who advised one patio chair was taken from the porch of the residence. Report taken.
  • Traffic Stop – S. Madison Ave. and E. Washington. Stopped vehicle for brake light violation and detected the odor of marijuana. A probable cause search was conducted and 38D marijuana was located. The driver was released on a warning.

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