top of page

Illegally parked car leads to murder suspect’s arrest in Walton County

Updated: Sep 3

(Photo/Monroe Police Department)

By Joe Johnson

Police officers in the Walton County of Monroe recently responded to a complaint of a suspicious occupied car that was illegally parked in front of homes in the area of Reed Street and Reed Court.

The driver, who reportedly initially refused to identify himself, was charged with illegal parking, loitering or prowling, possession of Schedule II narcotics, possession of drug-related objects, and obstruction.

The driver was eventually identified as Harold Alvarez, who was found to have warrants out of Los Angeles for murder, Florida for attempted second-degree murder and aggravated battery..

He also was said to be wanted in the Georgia jurisdictions of Douglasville for multiple felony narcotic charges and Gwinnett County for failure to appear in court on multiple traffic offense

1,691 views2 comments
bottom of page