Monday, May 23, 2011
WARNER ROBINS, Ga. (AP) -- Police in central Georgia say a city
councilman lost control of his emotions and began throwing food at
another city official inside a Waffle House.
WMAZ-TV reports that Warner Robins City Councilman John Williams
is accused of throwing food, coffee and water at Tony Robbins, who
is chairman of the downtown development authority.
A police report states that the 72-year-old city councilman
"lost control of his emotions" while arguing with Robins and
threw the items at him Monday morning. Police said dispute took
place in a Waffle House on Watson Boulevard.
Authorities said Monday that no one had been arrested.
Williams told WMAZ that it was an accident and that he did
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