The resident has moved to the wrong apartment; stolen off-road bike; FISH applied for welfare and a slew of domestic disputes – Your Local News

The City of Monroe Police Department reported the following incidents for the period July 28 to August 4, 2022. Due to its length, this report has been divided into five parts. This is the last part. Please note that an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

  • Trespass – Baron Dr; – In reference to Specialized Property Management in Birmingham, AL reporting subjects not renting the property living on site. I contacted the resident and we realized that there was some confusion between him and his landlord. He moved out and settled into the right apartment he was renting.
  • Threats – Tall Oaks Ln – In reference to a complainant alleging that a man threatened her in regards to repossessing furniture from her residence. Temporary Protection Order process advised. Both parties have been notified of a civil proceeding.
  • Dispute – Bryant Rd – In reference to a plaintiff reporting that a male subject took her vehicle and the keys to her house. The vehicle was also found to be in the male subject’s name and living at the residence. Report taken and remedies advised.
  • Wellness Check – Breedlove Drive. Subject was released from Ridgeview. Contact made with the director of Faith In Serving Humanty and a room was made available by FISH.
  • Theft – Milledge Ave in reference to a complainant stating that someone broke into her home and stole canned food and medicine. She scored 10-96 in a spill. Report taken.
  • Stolen Vehicle – The Green St. Male Complainant reported that his vehicle was stolen by a woman. During the investigation, the vehicle was located by relatives and returned. The officer also located the suspect who was later arrested on an outstanding warrant.
  • Alarm/Domestic – Pierce Street in reference to an alarm that set off his alarm for officers to come to his residence for a dispute. The parties are informed of the appeals. Report taken.
  • Suspicious vehicle – Heritage Park. A woman and a man were found in the vehicle. The woman was escorted back to her home on W. Fambrough due to missing curfew. Everything is fine.
  • Suspicious person – Plaza Dr. Male subject walking on the roadway. He was arrested for an outstanding warrant.
  • Suspicious Person – Victory Dr & Atha St in reference to a man found walking around Hickory Dr. Officers observed him jumping into a dumpster at the scene. He was arrested for vagrancy and prowling.
  • Suspicious Vehicle – Vehicle belonging to E. Marable St. Arnold at the scene of a closed church. Contact was made with Arnold Property, who were aware of the vehicle.
  • EMS Assist – South Broad in reference to an elderly person who fell in their residence. EMS canceled the call.
  • Property damage – S. Broad St. Vehicle backed into parked trailer, report written.
  • Suspicious Person – Walker Drive in reference to a woman taking pictures of the residence. Negative contact.
  • Welfare Check – Walmart: Regarding several adults and minors in the parking lot asking for money. The woman was given FISH’s contact details for assistance.
  • Suspicious Person – HWY 138 at W Spring Street in reference to a family handling cooking pots. The family has been informed of FISH.
  • Stolen Mountain Bike – Etten Dr: Complainant reported that within the past two days his son’s Honda XR70 2000 was removed from his shed. He thinks the suspects are a named woman and man. The complainant was unable to provide a VIN so that he could be added to the GCIC. Report taken.
  • Agency Assistant – Walton Rd. – Animal Control has requested that an officer be on the way due to the angry dog ​​owner they were with. Once at the scene, AC advised that they were fine and did not require any assistance.
  • Scam – Bold Springs Rd. – In reference to someone calling the company and impersonating a police officer.
  • Conflict – W Spring St. – The couple had separated over the past week and showed up to his wife’s job and wanted the vehicle they share. No physical crime was committed. She was briefed on the TPO process and how to obtain warrants and he was briefed on civil remedies to obtain the vehicle. He was criminally prohibited from working for 3 years.
  • Shoplifting – W Spring St. – A male subject at the scene violates a criminal trespassing order from Walmart. He was arrested for criminal trespassing and received a citation for shoplifting. He was fingerprinted at the MPD and then transported to WCSO and handed over to prison staff without incident.
  • Tender Service – Harry’s Marathon – While refueling the patrol vehicle, a Chevrolet Impala was observed entering the parking lot. The vehicle parked and the driver entered the store. A GCIC/NCIC investigation of the tag and registered owner was conducted and the owner showed he had an active warrant for a criminal probation violation. He was taken into custody and transported to the WCSO.