Thursday, January 06, 2011

Of Course the Homeless Guy With the Voice of Gold Would be a Convicted Felon. Does It Matter?

Does it matter that the homeless guy with the golden voice is a convicted felon? Desperate times call for desperate measures and this guy was in a world of hurt, mostly of his own doing. Now don't get me wrong, I am all for second chances, particularly when they are deserved and if this fellow has been sober for 2 years he certainly deserves it, but let's at least know what we are getting ourselves into.

Williams, 53, has been busted for theft, robbery, escape, forgery, and drug possession. He is pictured (below) in mug shots taken as a result of those Ohio collars, which stretch back more than two decades.
The convicted felon’s speedy rise to fame is not sitting well with one Columbus businessman who called cops on Williams and a female companion in early-July. The man, a manager at National Tire & Battery, told cops that Williams and the woman were “refusing to leave the business property” and had become an “ongoing problem” for the business, according to a police report.
While Williams begged customers for money, the woman “gets picked up and dropped off in the parking lot by various and numerous males in different vehicles. The management

had repeatedly asked the two suspects to stay off the property and have been cussed and yelled at by the suspects for their effort.”

Dan added that his company shares a lot with a Lowe’s store, and he has seen Williams stealing items from cars parked by customers visiting the home improvement firm. “He’s basically been a thief for the past two years,”

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