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Comedian Katt Williams Jailed Over Georgia Burglary

ATLANTA --- Comedian and rapper Katt Williams is in a suburban Atlanta jail today
after police said they arrested the entertainer for breaking into a home.

Coweta County Sheriff's Office Major James
Yarbrough says Williams, who was supposedly in Georgia working on a film, is charged with burglary and criminal

According to the Associated Press: "A deputy at the Coweta County Jail confirmed Williams was being held there
and that a magistrate was expected to set bond at an arraignment Monday
afternoon. Yarbrough said the Sunday night incident happened at a home in Newnan, about
38 miles southwest of Atlanta."

The police spokesman said a homeowner called police around 9 p.m. to report the comedian had broken into the home and that items, including jewelry, were missing.

Known for his outlandish suits, Williams' real name is Micah S. Katt Williams. He's appeared in such movies as Friday After Next and Norbit. His comedy DVD, Katt Williams:
, was no. 8 in the nation for sales during the week of Oct. 30.

Williams was jailed in November 2008 after New York police pulled him over
for driving without a license plate and discovered three guns. Charges were later dropped.

However, after authorities arrested Williams for possessing a gun in his briefcase at Los Angeles International Airport, a judge sentenced him to three years' probation in 2006 after he pleaded
no contest to a misdemeanor count.


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