MONROE, Ga. — The Georgia Bureau of Investigation confirmed that more charges are expected against a Monroe attorney arrested on child exploitation charges.
George Randolph Jeffery, 58, of Monroe, was arrested early Friday morning following a joint investigation involving the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the GBI. Monroe Police Department assisted in taking Jeffery into custody at his home at 1910 Highland Creek Drive. He is being held without bond at the Walton County Detention Center on 12 counts of sexual exploitation.
The FBI declined to comment on what was essentially a “sealed indictment,” but Nelly Miles, director of public affairs for the GBI, said she was releasing information due to the state charges.
On his profile, Jeffery notes that he is a Special Assistant Attorney General representing Child Support Services in the Alcovy Circuit with over 17 years of experience handling adoptions in nine N.E. Georgia counties.
Editor’s Note: Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.