Sandersville Woman Accused of Facebook Threats | Families
A Sandersville woman was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct for alleged cyberbullying on Facebook.
According to a Washington County Magistrate Judge, deputies with the sheriff's office first arrested 38-year-old Sonya Lee Durden in early September for the alleged posts.
Judge Ralph Todd said Durden had gotten into arguments with two other women via Facebook.
He said she wrote posts that authorities considered "violent" concerning their special-needs children.
Todd said Durden was originally released on a bond that was contingent on staying off Facebook.
However, an investigator noted she posted on the site again and was arrested a second time last Thursday, Sept. 26, he said.
The judge called the posts "cyber bullying."
On Monday, for a second time, Durden was released with instructions to refrain from visiting Facebook, the judge said.