MPD Reports: Woman crying turns out to be bird and reports of homes being egged

The City of Monroe reported the following incidents for the period July 26 – Aug. 1, 2019. Due to the length, this report has been split into five parts. This is the fourth part. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Subject with firearm – Ash Ln.: Complainant arguing with her mom and another subject. Complainant said subject was in the house and pulled a gun and left. Subject arrived back on location and showed me the gun which he had a hard time getting to. The gun was an unloaded pellet gun which had dust on it and did not appear to have been moved. Parties separated. 
  • Dispute – W. Spring St. (WalMart): In reference to a white male with green shirt arguing with Asian male wearing a WalMart shirt with T-Mobile on it in the parking lot. Negative contact with the Asian subject.
  • Domestic – Ash Ln.: Daughter still on location disputing with mom. Mom wanted daughter to leave. Parties separated.
  • Threats – Eagle Ct: In reference to complainant receiving messages from a subject stating he is going to kill her. Report taken.
  • Dispute – Mtn View Dr: In reference to complainant disciplining subject over text messages that were found in subjects’ phone. Situation mediated.
  • 911 Hang up – S. Broad St.: Subject who is schizophrenic has doctors’ orders to stay “home” due to scabies. Subject wanted to leave and walked into the street. Caretaker was trying to talk to subject as officer arrived. Situation mediated.
  • Dispute – S. Broad St. The complainant advised her son was causing a disturbance at her residence. Son was gone on arrival.
  • Meet with officer – Pine Park St.: Complainant said she was living with a friend at E. Church St. when the friend up and moved. The complainant spoke to the landlord who told her she could get her stuff. Officer spoke to landlord as well. Complainant said she would have to get a truck to get her couch and beds and would call back later. All okay.
  • Damage to Property – Tanglewood Dr; Complainant reported the window to her residence was busted possibly by her ex-boyfriend.
  • Suicide Attempt – New Lacy St. in reference to subject taking approximately 30 Lithium pills in an attempt to end her life. Turned over to EMS.
  • Harassment – Westridge Ave. Complainant stated she has been harassed by her ex-boyfriend since July 4. She was in fear that he was going to come to her house and harm her due to her not wanting to speak with him or be with him anymore. Complainant was given information in reference to the Temporary Protection Order process. Report taken.
  • Suspicious Person – Harris St. in reference to a black male wearing a USA hat sitting on the callers’ porch. Upon Officer arrival, the subject was located next to the road. He was no longer on the porch. All okay.
  • Suspicious Person – Thompson Ridge Dr. in reference to the caller seeing two white females and a white male throwing eggs at houses. Officers patrolled the area and had negative contact with subjects. The caller did not wish to meet.
  • Flag Down – Wellington Ln. The complainant requested extra patrols in reference to houses being egged.
  • Meet with Officer – S. Broad St. in reference to complainant advising she could hear crying near the residence. Noise was coming from a bird in a tree, all okay.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Atha St. in reference to black Ford F150 occupied by a W/M trying to get people in his vehicle. Complainant stated this is the second time the male subject pulled into her driveway asking her if she cleaned houses, and this time attempted to get subject into his truck. The male was positively identified. Officer requested County attempt to make contact with subject at his residence to serve a criminal trespass warning. County had negative contact.
  • Warrant Service – Classic Trail. in reference to Ken’Daishia Jefferies on location with an active warrant for her arrest. The subject was located, arrested, and released to the Walton County Jail.
  • Juvenile Complaint – S. Madison Ave. – Felker Park in reference to 11-year-of-age juvenile and 13-year-of-age juvenile riding minibikes in the park. Contact was made with juveniles and they were escorted back to their residence and advised not to ride on the road or in the park.

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