Police took Ramon Ranier
Williams into custody just before noon today.
Moultrie police charged
him with 2nd degree burglary.
They say he broke into
Colquitt County High School and stole laptops, fans, and other electronics,
which they found in this car at the scene.
Police say just before 3
a.m. Williams backed his car up and entered the school through a window, packing
his car full of electronics.
"It appeared that he
was attempting to steal several large screen TVs. I believe I counted, an
estimated six, three had actually been removed from the wall and was sitting
on the ground inside the media center. Two others had been disconnected and it
appeared he was attempting to removed those from the wall as well," says William
Baillargeon, with the Moultrie Police
Police say when they
arrived they set up a perimeter after they saw him running from his vehicle.
"They did not pursue
the individual at that point ..They set up a perimeter around the school in
order to trap the individual so to speak from leaving the scene," says
Police say when he fled
the scene the school's surveillance cameras
caught him and showed them how he got away.
"We knew where his
point of entry was at the front of the school the surveillance video showed us
his point of exit and how he fled the scene," he says.
Police don't know if
Williams had any accomplices.