BREAKING: Katt Williams Arrested In Georgia, Second Arrest This Week!
According to the folks over at TMZ, Katt Williams was arrested this afternoon in Georgia.
Details are sketchy, but sources say Katt and several members of his entourage were involved in an "incident" with members of another "crew" when things got out of hand.
The police were called and twelve people, including Katt, were arrested.
This will be his second time in jail in less than a month. In November he was arrested (also in Georgia) for breaking into a home and stealing jewelry and coins.
Update: Atlanta's WSBTV Channel 2 Action News is reporting that police have cornfirmed that "Katt Williams was being questioned following a disturbance call at an area Walmart Friday. News chopper 2 flew over the Walmart on Bullsboro Road in Newnan as police used crime tape to section off part of the store’s parking lot, where a tractor-trailer that police said belonged to Williams was parked. Williams had an entourage of several people, who are also being questioned by authorities. Police said there "may or may not" arrests following the incident."
Update 2: TMZ is reporting that Katt was arrested Wednesday (as in two days ago) on "a bond issue." !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Update 3: Gina Lau Snider, spokeswoman for the City of Newnan, tells the Atlanta Journal-Constitution police responded to a disturbance call around 2 p.m. but is unclear as to who made the call and what the disturbance could actually be. “Some of the news media are reporting the incident is involving an 18-wheeler possibly owned by Williams, but I don’t know if that is the case,” she said.
Update 4: Katt was cuffed, placed in the back of a police car and questioned, but he was released. "Police received a 911 call from a man who claims Katt or somebody in his crew had pulled out a shotgun during the incident -- but cops say they found no evidence that a gun was used during the incident. However, when asked if they found a gun on the scene, police would not comment," TMZ reports. While Katt wasn't arrested, two people -- a woman and her son -- involved in the incident were and charged with disorderly conduct.
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