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Cops catch 'Little Joe' hiding in the freezer

Javance "Little Joe" Williams  (Worth Co. Sheriff) Javance "Little Joe" Williams (Worth Co. Sheriff)
SYLVESTER, GA (WALB) -

When Sylvester cops and Worth County deputies didn't immediately find Javance "Little Joe" Williams at his home, they looked a little harder.    

Even in the freezer, and sure enough, that's where Little Joe was 'cooling his heels…'  

They quickly let Williams thaw out in their car, with a pair of handcuffs.   They arrested him on a 2013 aggravated assault charge, and took him to the Worth County jail.

They didn't know there were 'bonus' arrests to be made, but they hauled in two other people for breaking the law while they were there.

They found Richard Fulmore, Jr., 23, at the residence, and arrested him on a 2013 battery warrant.

Octavious Williams, 28, was also on the scene, and had pot on his person. Deputies cuffed him on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.

They were taken to jail, along with Little Joe.

 

 

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