Both beers would have a high OG. My guess is that they did not finish fermenting. Of course, we are just guessing.
What was the final gravity?
IME, high gravity beers take longer to reach terminal gravity. This would be especially true if you've underpitched.
The only bottle bombs I've ever had were from a saison when I grew impatient and bottled too soon. It's one of the reasons I don't plan on using Belgian Saison yeast again.
Unless you're sanitation is poor I wouldn't expect all the bottles to be infected (unless the beer was infected in the fermenter) and if the sugar was poorly mixed you would have some bottles that are flat or undercarbed.