Tuesday, February 5, 2013
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CONYERS -- A 35-year-old man was arrested and charged with armed robbery after he allegedly pointed a gun at his wife and another man and stole the keys to his wife's car.
The Conyers Police Department arrested Kevin Lamont Williams, 35, of 2776 Lakeside Drive, shortly after noon Saturday in Olde Town after Williams allegedly pursued his wife and the other man.
According to CPD reports, Williams said he was at the Shell Station on West Avenue when he saw his wife's car pass by with a man driving and his wife in the passenger seat. Williams allegedly pursued his wife's car and when it stopped at the traffic signal at Green Street and West Avenue, he allegedly got out with his handgun and confronted the other man. The light turned green, and the other man drove away, with Williams again in pursuit, according to CPD reports.
Williams' wife and the other man reportedly pulled into the parking lot of Jack's Auto Repair on Main Street with Williams using his car to block their exit.
Williams allegedly went to the driver's side window of his wife's car and pointed a handgun at the two inside the car. Williams allegedly ordered both his wife and the other man out of the car and took the car keys from the car.
Witnesses called 911 to report that they had seen the confrontation at Green Street and West Avenue. A lookout for Williams' vehicle was issued, and he was pulled over by police at the westbound entrance to Interstate 20 on West Avenue.
Williams was charged with armed robbery and pointing or aiming a gun or pistol at another. He remained in the Rockdale County Jail as of Tuesday.