Detroit Man Charged in Paintball Case after firing upon Unmarked Police Car

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DETROIT, MI – Davon R. Williams, 22-years-old, of Detroit, has been charged in connection with a paintball gun incident when he opened fire upon an unmarked patrol car.Davon Williams Mug Shot

On Wednesday April 25th, 2018, at 8:37 p.m., it is alleged that Davon Williams was in the area of Cooper and Moffat Streets in Detroit when a Detroit police captain in an unmarked police car observed approximately 50 people armed with pneumatic weapons having a paint ball battle in the street.

The captain activated his lights to identify himself as a law enforcement official and exited the car. It is alleged that Williams fired shots in the captain’s direction striking his unmarked City of Detroit car. The captain arrested Williams at the scene without incident.

Today Davon Williams has been charged with two 93 day misdemeanors, Assault, and Propelling an Object at Passenger Vehicle.** He is expected to be arraigned this afternoon at 2:30 p.m. in 36th District Court.

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