WCSO Alerts: Domestic violence reports and ‘Explosion’ turns out to be fire that exploded when lit

Walton County Sheriff’s Office reported the following Crime Awareness Community Alerts for the period Monday, March 30, 2020, to Wednesday, April 1, 2020. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

Monday, March 30


Arrest: A 28-year-old Social Circle woman was arrested in the area of Ivey Road for an outstanding Probation Violation warrant out of Walton County following a traffic stop.


Extra Patrol: Extra patrol was requested in the area of Dewey Hogan Road in reference to speeding vehicles throughout the day.


Damage to Property: Deputy’s took a report at a residence on Serene Drive in reference to an unknown individual driving through the complainant’s yard damaging their mulch and knocking over trash cans sometime in the evening hours. Unknown vehicle description. Extra patrol requested in reference to the incident.

Tuesday, March 31


Suspicious Vehicle: Deputies responded to the area of Autumn Trace in reference to a complaint of a gold in color passenger vehicle parked in front of the complainant’s residence around 1:30AM. Deputies thoroughly checked the area, but the vehicle was gone prior to deputies’ arrival.

Arrest: A 57-year-old Loganville man was arrested at a residence on Azalea Drive for Cruelty to Children 1st, Cruelty to Children 3rd degree and Battery following a dispute.

Arrest:  A 35-year-old Monroe man was arrested at a residence on Cedar Trail for Criminal Damage to Property and Cruelty to Children following a dispute.


Explosives: Deputies responded to the area of Sunny Hill Drive in reference to complainant reporting they heard an explosion in the area around 9:20 AM. Upon investigation, it was found gas was poured onto some wood and made a small explosion when lit. Everything appeared to be okay and no damage was done.

Wednesday, April 1


Arrest: A 45-year0-old Loganville woman was arrested in the area of Miller Bottom Road and Sharon Church Road for Driving Under the Influence, Failing to Yield, Failure to Maintain Lane, Failure to Yield to an Emergency Vehicle, and Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device following a traffic stop.

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