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Police Blotter from the Loganville Police Department

The following arrest information was supplied by the Loganville Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

The following arrests were reported by the for the week ending May 30.

May 25

*A 22-year-old Monroe man was arrested and charged with reckless driving, wrong class of driver’s license and no license on person after he was seen passing a vehicle that was clocked at 61 mph in a 55 mph speed zone on Highway 78. He was booked and released on a copy of the citation.

*A 17-year-old Loganville resident was arrested and charged with possession/purchase of alcohol under 21 after his mother contacted police to report she smelled alcohol on his breath. Police report a test of his breath revealed a reading of 0.014 on the PBT. He was charged and released to his mother on a copy of the citation.

May 27

*An 18-year-old Loganville man was arrested and charged with shoplifting, less than $300, after police were called to Walmart. It was reported the subject and a juvenile went into the store and removed a tag from a $5 pair of sunglasses before placing them in the juvenile’s pocket. The juvenile was released to his mother and the 18-year-old was booked, cited and released on a copy of the citation.

* Lacrisha Danelle Thomas, 25, of 1521 Alexander Crossing, Loganville, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, other weapon, after police were called to the location in reference to a domestic dispute. The subject is accused of stabbing boyfriend in the hand after a fight over her speaking too long on the phone. It is reported he attempted to grab the phone from her, breaking it in the process, which is when she went for the knife. He also received an injury to his neck when he ran upstairs and tried to shut himself in the bedroom. The knife was placed into evidence and the subject arrested and transported to the Walton County jail.

May 29

*Jessica Amber King, 24, of 3210 Harrison Shoals Road, NE, Conyers, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence, (alcohol 0.08 grams or more, 21 or over) and failure to maintain lane. Police report she failed the field sobriety test and tested at 0.132 and 0.131 grams on the state breath test. Her vehicle was turned over to her mother and she was transported to the Walton County jail.

May 30

*Cameron David Fitch, 21, of 2912 Hunter Ridge Circle, Birmingham, Ala. was arrested and charged with possession of Schedule II drugs, possession of methamphetamine and drugs to be kept in original container after police were called to the Murphy Gas Station in reference to a suspicious person. Police were informed someone had been in the bathroom for an extended length of time. When police finally got him to open the door, it was report the subject was found to have track marks on his arms with blood coming out of them. Syringes were reportedly found in the trash and other drugs and drug paraphernalia on the subject, including a white powder substance and three different kinds of pills. The subject’s car was towed and he was booked at the LPD before being transported to the Walton County jail.

*A 19-year-old Loganville man was arrested and charged with possession / purchase of alcohol and tag light required and his companion, a 17-year-old Monroe resident, was charged with possession / purchase of alcohol under 21 after the vehicle he was driving was stopped for having a tag light that wasn’t working. Police reported seeing a 24-pack and 12-pack of Budweiser behind the seat. They were both booked and transported to the Walton County jail after reportedly tested positive for alcohol. A third juvenile was picked up by the 19-year-old’s father and taken home to her parents when he retrieved the vehicle from the police department.

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