SANTA ROSA BEACH — A Miramar Beach man was arrested Wednesday after admitting to damaging multiple vehicles and other personal property near his residence over the past four years, according to the Walton County Sheriff's Office. 

Seth Aaron Snowden, 39, of Miramar Beach implicated himself in more than three dozen criminal mischief cases in Walton County, the WCSO press release said.

Between February 23 and February 28, 2019, multiple criminal mischief cases were reported to the WCSO where vehicles were intentionally and maliciously damaged.

In one instance, a victim’s vehicle had damage to both the driver and passenger side door with an “Adidas” shoe print clearly legible.

A subsequent investigation by patrol deputies identified Snowden as a suspect. Snowden agreed to show deputies a pair of Adidas shoes he was wearing that day, and the shoe imprints matched the logo left on the damaged vehicles.

A WCSO investigator responded and interviewed Snowden who admitted to damaging multiple vehicles and property around his residence, including previous residences over the past four years.

He told investigators he would damage other people's cars and property at least once a month because he, “had something pestering him and the only way for him to stop was to have an outburst.”

This includes instances at Terra Mar Apartments dating back to June 2017.

Snowden is currently charged with three felony counts of criminal mischief and three counts of misdemeanor criminal mischief. Additional charges in more than 40 cases are pending.