A Centerton man is facing six felony charges of aggravated assault after Fayetteville police said he waved a handgun and then struck three employees with his car when they tried to prevent him from leaving a nightclub without paying his bill.
Joshua Williams, 25, was booked in the Washington County Detention Center on Sunday morning and released on $5,000 bond Sunday afternoon, according to the Sheriff’s Department website. His wife, Kimberly, was also booked and released on $5,000 bond after facing a single aggravated assault charge.
A preliminary police report said Fayetteville officers responded to a report of an armed man at approximately 1:50 a.m. Sunday at the Highway 62 Event Center on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Employees at the club said a man, identified as Joshua Williams, had tried to leave the club without paying his full rental fee, the report said.
One staff member, Sam Ringgold, told…
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