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Local man arrested for Crooked Creek burglaries
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Local man arrested for Crooked Creek burglaries

MILTON, Ga. -- Milton police charged a resident of the Crooked Creek subdivision with several burglaries that occurred in the neighborhood from April to June.

William Jarrod Ewing, 20, bonded out of jail Thursday on $20,000 bail.

He was arrested Aug. 16 in connection with six burglaries in which police said he attempted to enter the homes through back windows and doors between 10 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. In one of the cases, he encountered a woman inside her house.

Crooked Creek is Milton's largest subdivision. All of the burglarized homes backed up to the Atlanta Athletic Club golf course.

Ewing first became a person of interest because he was known to roam the subdivision late at night. Detectives eventually used physical evidence to link Ewing to the burglaries.

He was also arrested June 29 at the Forsyth County line for being under the influence of alcohol.

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