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A Dispute Ends Up with the Victim and Offender Both Headed to Jail

Recent docket from Loganville Police Department between Jan. 19 - 21 includes disorderly conduct, shoplifting and DUI charges.

The following people were arrested by the Loganville Police Department during the period Jan. 19 - 21. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.

  • A complaint to the Loganville Police Department ended up in the “victim” and the “offender” heading to jail. Police were called to a dispute on Fair Street while two people were moving out of their Fair Street, Loganville residence. They got involved got into an argument and ended up being arrested for disorderly conduct. During processing, however, it was discovered that one of the subjects also had an outstanding warrant. As a result, Cynthia G. Guy was charged with disorderly conduct and Jodie Dee Clay was charged with disorderly conduct and arrested for an outstanding warrant.
  • Gregory Scott Maddox, 41, of 1271 Meadows Drive, Loganville, was charged with driving while license suspended/revoked, open container violation, driving under the influence and a seat belt violation. His passenger, Christine Harris, also was charged with open container violation as well as disorderly conduct after she reportedly banged on the cell door and yelled once she was in custody. Both were transported to the Walton County Detention Center. Maddox is reported to have had a blood alcohol level of .224 grams.
  • Christopher Brad Page, 20, of 4282 Sandhill Road, Thompson, was charged with shoplifting, less than $300, and was picked up on an outstanding warrant. The arrest was a result of a call to Walmart on an alleged shoplifting call. The subject reportedly walked out of the store without paying for a DVD player valued at $89 and a $1 bandana. During processing, it was discovered that he had an outstanding warrant out of McDuffie County for a probation violation. He was transported to Walton County Detention Center.
  • Scott Bryan Carlisle, of 713 Ashley Wilkes Way, Loganville, was charged with DUI – alcohol 0.08 gm or more, 21 or over and failure to maintain lane after and officer with the LPD observed the F150 Carlisle was driving lose control on Highway 81, spinning out of control and ending up facing the wrong way in a ditch. He is reported to have recorded a blood alcohol level of 0.84 and 0.87 grams.
thcooper69 January 29, 2013 at 09:55 PM
it would be nice if walton county had a walton mugs like gwinnett does! walton needs to catch up with times and get serious about crime pervention and keeping its citizens informed .to help us better understand our neighbors criminalistic behavior to help us better protect our fambilys
Howard Sims January 30, 2013 at 01:58 AM
Loganville police department is corrupt and is all about taking hard earned money from people. When I was a child the police were there to protect and serve,now there here to harass and extort money from hard working citizens!!!
David Binder January 30, 2013 at 04:55 AM
Hmmmm....what'd you get arrested for Mr Sims ?
Christopher Michael January 30, 2013 at 11:11 PM
Mr. Sims has a point and its not just Loganville Mr. Binder. I have 2 friends on the Atlanta police force and the crap they tell me is unreal. Btw I haven't been arrested:)
Tammy Osier January 30, 2013 at 11:28 PM
If this... "was charged with driving while license suspended/revoked, open container violation," and this... "charged with DUI – alcohol 0.08 gm or more, 21 or over and failure to maintain lane after and officer with the LPD observed the F150 Carlisle was driving lose control on Highway 81, spinning out of control and ending up facing the wrong way in a ditch. He is reported to have recorded a blood alcohol level of 0.84 and 0.87 grams." ...are considered harrassment, then harrass away. I don't want drunks driving on the same roads as me and mine.
Tammy Osier January 30, 2013 at 11:33 PM
If you already have warrants, or are on probation...why, oh why would you shoplift or get so disorderly that somone would have to call the cops??? I used to tell my charges (that were on probation) that they might want ot practice being invisible for the time being. If you draw attention to yourself, especially when it pertains to breaking the law, then you're going to find cops at your door. Seems simple to me.
SUNKEN SUB April 11, 2013 at 01:58 AM
"charged with DUI – alcohol 0.08 gm or more He is reported to have recorded a blood alcohol level of 0.84 and 0.87 grams." 0.84 is TEN times the threshold -- This guy would have been pickled in a barrel. Do the math. Do the math, Again
SUNKEN SUB April 11, 2013 at 02:00 AM
I think you and I could do some bizness :- )

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