Woman presents to hospital with illegal drugs, suspicious vehicles reveal drug activity, illegal dumping, fraud and suicide – Your Local News


The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period July 7-14, 2022. Due to its length, this report has been divided into five parts. This is the first part. Please note that an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Road Hazard – East Marable Street in reference to a tree in the roadway. The tree has been removed.
  • Fraud – S. wide; Eternal bride. Report of a client disputing charges totaling over $2,500.00. Report taken.
  • Shoplifting – West Spring Street – Woman arrested for stealing $200 worth of clothing.
  • Self Entry – Ash St; B. Items stolen from unlocked car as of last date, report taken.
  • Suspicious person – Michael Cir. – The complainant advised that a man had been to her home twice and rang the doorbell. The complainant believes he is watching her home and she wanted this documented.
  • Traffic Stop – Highway 78 @ Cedar Ridge Rd. – Female subject was arrested for failing to maintain lane and an equipment violation. She was driving while her license was suspended and had an active probation violation warrant from the Walton County Sheriff’s Office. K-9 Enzo issued a positive alert on the vehicle and a residual amount of illegal narcotics was located. She was taken into custody and handed over to the WCSO.
  • Suspicious vehicle – Balmar outside – Two subjects, an adult male and a teenage girl, seated in a vehicle at the scene. Probable cause search performed due to smell of marijuana. A small amount of marijuana was located. The subjects chose to destroy the marijuana instead of criminal charges. The minor was taken home by officers and handed over to her mother.
  • Suspicious Persons – Pinecrest Dr at W Spring St: In reference to four minors on a walk. Guardians/parents for all contacts and minors recovered from the scene.
  • Suspicious Person – Golden Pantry – Vehicle entered Golden Pantry, which was closed. A GCIC/NCIC investigation of the vehicle and registered owner has been verified. Subject had an active non-appearance warrant from the Loganville Police Department. Subject was taken into custody and turned over to WCSO.
  • Other right – Masters Dr: In reference to a woman on site having a panic attack. After being cleared by EMS, she received a criminal trespassing warning from the address.
  • Narcotics – W Spring St; Piedmont Walton Hospital – In reference to a patient having medication on her when brought to the hospital. Suspicious drugs were recovered and subjected to evidence for destruction.
  • Fraud – South Broad Street (Wells Fargo). In reference to the fact that the complainant had checks made out to her name stolen. The incident occurred within the jurisdiction of the WCSO. Returned to WCSO.
  • Additional Patrol – South Madison Ave – An anonymous complainant said a silver Cadillac had loud music and was driving down the street during the day.
  • Suicide -Man called in reference to finding his son dead by self-inflicted gunshot. Turned over to the CID and the coroner’s office.
  • Illegal Dump – West Spring Street. In reference to (RXN3736) throwing trash next to an employee cannot do this. Contact was attempted with the owner of the vehicle.
  • Suspicious person – East Spring St – The complainant said a man was on hand asking customers for money. Subject was ordered to leave.
  • Stolen vehicle – East Spring Street (Taylor’s Wrecker). In reference to an owner of a towed vehicle, stating that she was not going to pay for the towing because her brother stole the vehicle from his residence in Atlanta. After speaking with the owner on the phone, it wasn’t stolen and she just wouldn’t pay the towing bill. Situation resolved civilly.
  • 911 Hang Up – Gatewood Way – Woman says her granddaughter was abused by her child’s father. Both parties were gone when. I informed the grandmother to contact us again when she was able to locate the subject, because she does not have a phone to contact 911.
  • Dispute – Gatewood Way in reference to a dispute that occurred. Both parties had left when officers arrived and refused to speak to police.


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