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Bruce Williams

Name:
Williams, Bruce Arez

Date of Booking:
09/21/2022

Reason(s) For Booking:
THEFT BY TAKING – M

AGGRAVATED BATTERY – F

Officer’s Narrative:
[Please note: The following is a direct transcription from the official initial incident report. The Georgia Gazette does not fix any spelling or grammatical errors that may exist. Any changes or redactions made by our staff are placed inside brackets. Some errors may exist. All subjects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The topics discussed may be sensitive to some readers. Discretion is advised.]

On 9/21/2022 I responded to a person with a gun call at [600 BLOCK] Yamacraw Village. Chatham county dispatch advised the following.

MALE WITH A SIG20 // BLK HYUNDAI SUV —- WITH A FEMALE— MALE HAS SIG20 ON HIM COMPL IS OUT SIDE OF THE VEHCILE— BEING TEXTED BY THE FEMALE WHO IS NOT ALLOWED TO LEAVE THE VEH // FEMAL IS [WITNESS #1] // MALE NAME IS [WITNESS #2] IS A BM //

Once on scene, we ordered [WITNESS #2] and [WITNESS #1] out of the vehicle. Neither subject had a gun on them.

[WITNESS #1] gave consent to search the vehicle there was no weapon of any kind located in the vehicle. [WITNESS #1] stated that she was between jobs and needed money for bills. She and [WITNESS #2] had previously been together for seven years and lived together. She asked [WITNESS #2] for money and [WITNESS #2] agreed to give her money for bills if he could come to her residence whenever he wanted. She stated that [WITNESS #2] gave her $384.00 USD a few days prior.

She said this seemed to be a miscommunication and “[WITNESS #2]” got too comfortable and was moved in. She said that she didn’t want [WITNESS #2] in her house any longer so she came to pick him up from work and told him he wasn’t coming home with her. She had packed all his items up and had them in the back of her car. The items were a television, a video gaming system, and other personal items.

She then drove [WITNESS #2] to Yamacraw Village where she told him to get out. [WITNESS #2] insisted that he paid her $384.00 to stay with her and he refused to leave her car until she paid him the money back. She said he said that he said, “You are going to have to rip me out of this car”.

[WITNESS #1] never saw a gun, never saw any weapon, and [WITNESS #2] never said that he had a gun. To [WITNESS #1]’s knowledge, [WITNESS #2] does not own a gun. It was never made clear why [WITNESS #1] or the reporting party mentioned a gun.

I then spoke with [WITNESS #2] who said he paid [WITNESS #1] $384.00 to stay with her. She was supposed to pick him up from work at Joe’s Crab Shack. He got her food to go from his work and she picked him up. She informed him he couldn’t stay with her and refused to give him the money back. She said they were having a verbal argument and then we pulled up. He advised he never had a weapon at any point.

While documenting the persons involved with this call it was determined that the reporting party had an active Felony Warrant with the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office. He was taken into custody. The warrant service is documented on CRN 220921084

A lethality Assessment was conducted. Cpl Shabi responded. Individuals were provided with CRN card.

[End of Narrative]