A west Georgia man was arrested following a domestic dispute in which more than 100 gunshots were fired and a detached garage was set ablaze Monday afternoon, authorities said.
Seth Thomas Lambert, 38, of Bremen, faces charges of third-degree arson and second-degree criminal damage to property under the Family Violence Act, the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.
Around 3 p.m., deputies and firefighters responded to a home on Mandeville Road and found several vehicles with numerous bullet holes, the release said. Lambert was found at a home across the street and was taken into custody. No one was hurt during the incident.
He’s accused of using three different caliber weapons to fire over 100 rounds throughout the home and through the vehicles, the release said. He’s also accused of destroying the inside of the home and setting the outbuilding on fire.
The house and all the damaged property belonged to Lambert and his wife, whose name has not been released, Investigator Ashley Hulsey told AJC.com.
As of Tuesday afternoon, Lambert remained in the Carroll County Jail without bond, according to jail records.
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