Wednesday, December 07, 2011
Milton Police Thwart Possible Suicide.
Many thanks to Katie Fies of the Milton Police Department for providing the follow police report to Accessmilton.com and to Milton Officers Borsey, Hayes, and Kiel for helping residents in need. Believe in these Heroes.
AGENCY NAME: Milton Police Department
ORI: GA 0605700
LOCATION OF INCIDENT:XXX XXXX Dr, Milton, GA 30004
PREMISE TYPE: Residence / Home
ZONE / TRACT: MP32
DATE / TIME REPORTED: 12/04/2011 09:09 Sun
LAST KNOWN SECURE: 12/04/2011 09:09 Sun
AT FOUND: 12/04/2011 09:09 Sun
CRIME INCIDENT (S): Miscellaneous Offense 8001
WEAPONS / TOOLS: Not Applicable / None.
OTHERS INVOLVED / 1: XXXX / RACE: W / SEX: F / AGE: 40
OTHERS INVOLVED / 2: XXXX / RACE: W / SEX: M / AGE: 48
OFFICER/ID#: Borsey, J. (1115)
OFFICER/ID#: Hayes, W. (1107)
SUPERVISOR/ID#: Kiel, B.C. (1162)
SUSPECT HATE / BIAS MOTIVATED.
NARRATIVE VIA OFFICER/ID#: Borsey, J. (1115)=>
On 12-04-2011 at 0909 hrs. I was dispatched to XXX Glendover Dr. Milton GA 30004 in reference to a suspicious person. Upon arrival, I made contact with complaintant XXX XXX. Ms. XXX stated that when she let her dog out into the backyard area, the dog began barking and growling next to a wooden play set. As she approached she found her estranged husband XXX XXX sleeping in the play set. Mr. XXX XXX woke up and began crying stating that he had nowhere to go and was hungry. Ms. XXX stated that he shouldn't be here and advised that she was going to call the police. Ms. XXX entered the residence to place a call to 911 when she observed Mr. XXX walk towards the fence located at the rear of the property. After placing the call, Ms. XXX no longer visual contact with Mr. XXX. I checked the property and the residence and was unable to locate Mr. XXX. I requested Sgt. Kiel to the scene to see if using his patrol canine for a track was an option. While waiting for Sgt. Kiel to arrive, Ms. XXX told me that Mr. XXX had been threatening suicide recently and drinking heavily since losing his job three years prior.
Once Sgt. Kiel arrived we conducted a track (see supplemental). Once the track was completed, I went back to the residence to advise Ms. XXX that we were unable to located Mr. XXX. Immediately after leaving the residence, Ofc. Hayes advised that a subject matching Mr. XXX's description was walking southbound on Birmingham Hwy just south of Providence Rd. We made contact with the subject who in fact was XXX XXX. Mr. XXX was very cooperative and appeared visibly upset and broke down crying. While checking Mr.XXX's back pack for weapons, I observed a length of rope tied in a noose and several "goodbye" notes written in a journal to family members. I asked Mr. XXX why he wanted to kill himself and he stated "life is hard." Sgt. Kiel then requested an ambulance for transport. Mr. XXX agreed to voluntarily go to the hospital for evaluation. Once Rural Metro Ambulance was on scene, Mr. XXX entered the ambulance on his own free will and was transported without incident. Mr. XXX was checked GCIC/NCIC with no wants or warrants.
Posted by Accessmilton Admin at Wednesday, December 07, 2011