Walton County Sheriff’s Office reported the following Community Alerts for Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.
Arrest- James Long was arrested in the area of Highway 138 and Youth Jersey Road for Driving While License Suspended following a traffic stop.
Burglary- Deputies responded to a business in the area of Leroy Anderson Road in reference to an unknown individual burglarizing the business and taking numerous items. Walton County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division handled the scene of the incident.
Fraud- Deputies took a report at a residence on Jim Daws Road in reference to an unknown individual making charges on complainant account.
Damage to Property- Deputies took a report in the area of Richmond Place in reference to two juveniles breaking a fence and gaining entry into a pool in the area. Deputies made contact with the juveniles and their parents.
Arrest- Jonathan William was arrested at a business on West Spring Street for an outstanding warrant out of Walton County for Theft by Receiving.
Arrest- Monica Sorrells was arrested in the area of Gratis Road and Win Cap Jackson Road for Driving While License Suspended following a traffic stop.
Arrest- Lane Norton was arrested at a residence on Azalea Drive for Criminal Trespass, Burglary, Possession of Marijuana Less Than One Ounce, and Possession of Drug Related Objects following a burglary call at a residence in the area.
Arrest- Darius Blackwell was arrested in the area of Highway 11 and Bold Springs Road for an outstanding warrant out of Barrow County following a traffic stop.
Citation- One individual was cited at a residence on Church Way in reference for Criminal Trespass following being found on location while homeowner did not want them there.
Arrest- Summer Brown was arrested in the area of Highway 11 for Possession of Heroin and Possession of Drug Related Objects following a traffic stop.
Arrest- Alban Hajrizi was arrested in the area of Highway 81 for Driving Under the Influence and Following Too Close following a traffic stop.