Monroe City Domestic Disturbance Results in 6 Arrests
Six arrests follow a domestic disturbance call Wednesday in Monroe City.
Officers were called shortly after 8 a-m to an address on Winter Street. Monroe City Police say that when they contacted Robert Ferreria at the scene, he was found in possession of a concealed hand gun. Police determined that Ferreria broke through a locked apartment door and held an individual at gunpoint. The investigation led to the apprehension of Joshua Kidd and Amber Richeson of Macon on outstanding warrants. A search of an apartment on Winter Street led to the arrest of Codie Minter. A search of a residence on East Cleveland after Minter’s arrest yielded marijuana and drug paraphernalia and resulted in the arrests of Tyler Murphy and Terron Dye. Police say Minter, Tyler Murphy and Dye were taken to the Randolph County Jail on 24 hour holds. Kidd was taken to the Macon County Jail. Ferreria was taken to the Monroe County Jail.