Katt Williams Arrested!!!

13 Jun

Comedian Katt Williams has been arrested again, according to TMZ — this time, Williams was arrested in Palmdale, CA after an intense standoff with a truck driver– he is accused of witness intimidation.

Law enforcement sources say that a man doing tractor work on a Palmdale home where Katt was staying claims three women approached his vehicle and began attacking him with rocks and dirt clods around 4:30 Saturday afternoon.

The man claims he suffered facial injuries and called his wife to pick him up — but when she arrived, Katt pulled up in an SUV and blocked their exit.   That’s when the man called 911.

The Los Angeles  County Sheriff’s Dept. quickly arrived to the scene where they arrested the women for assault with a deadly weapon and arrested Katt Williams for felony intimidating a witness.

Katt was hauled to a nearby station, where he was booked. Bail was set at $50,000 and he was later released.  Katt Williams could face up to four years in prison if convicted.

On Twitter, KattPackAllDay Katt Williams posted the following:
“if you admit to crimes on social networks or post evidence #youdumbashell
California law provides:
Every person who attempts to prevent or dissuade another person who has been the
victim of a crime or who is witness to a crime from doing any of the following is guilty of a public offense and shall be punished by
imprisonment in a county jail for not more than one year or in the state prison:
 (1) Making any report of that victimization to any peace officer
or state or local law enforcement officer or probation or parole or
correctional officer or prosecuting agency or to any judge.
knowingly and maliciously under any one or more of the
following circumstances, is guilty of a felony punishable by
imprisonment in the state prison for two, three, or four years under
any of the following circumstances:
   (1) Where the act is accompanied by force or by an express or
implied threat of force or violence, upon a witness or victim or any
third person or the property of any victim, witness, or any third
person.
   (2) Where the act is in furtherance of a conspiracy.

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