Police in Gainsville, Georgia, arrested comedian Katt Williams on Wednesday in connection with an alleged fight with a 17-year-old, for which Williams had been wanted on a charge of disorderly conduct, PEOPLE confirms.
Williams, 42, was booked into the Hall County jail at 2:26 p.m. Wednesday, according to jail records.
Sgt. Kevin Holbrook, a spokesman for the Gainsville Police Department, told PEOPLE on Tuesday that two active warrants were out for Williams’s arrest – one on the disorderly conduct charge and one for allegedly violating the terms of his bond.
Williams had been free on bond after being charged earlier this month with aggravated assault, false imprisonment and making terroristic threats after he allegedly threatened to kill his bodyguard.
Williams’s bond was revoked after the disorderly conduct charge was levied, Holbrook said, so Williams will likely remain in jail now until his next court appearance.
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The disorderly conduct charge stems from an incident caught on cell phone video that allegedly showed Williams punching a 17-year-old who then wrestled Williams to the ground, placing him in a chokehold.
“These charges stem from the fact that Mr. Williams engaged in this criminal activity in a public place, in front of minors, and used obscene, foul language during the commission of this crime,” said Holbrook.
A call to Williams’s lawyer, Drew Findling, regarding his plea in both cases against him was not returned as of press time.