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Williams maintains his innocence against two dozen indictments
The Sylvania Police Department says Joseph Williams committed 24 counts of felony printing, executing, negotiating checks, drafts, etc. knowing information is in error or fictitious.
The police report that Williams used a computer to print checks that were not valid.
Williams has since been indicted in July by the Screven County Grand Jury on those two dozen counts.
Also charged with Willliams in May was Shantell Francois and James Grant.
While the city police as recently as Wednesday stands behind the charges against Williams, the suspect said he feels more like a victim.
Williams, of the Williams Entertainment Center & Skating Rink and he says he has promoted of such musical artists as Silento, Roy C and TLC, accuses other individuals of printing checks that he did not authorize.
He said he does not print checks, but instead deals with cash.
Williams said he has helped people who were in financial need. One of his nicknames is “Millionaire Joe.”
Williams said the investigation against him was not thorough.
The police, however, disagree.
“We got a complaint. We investigated and we went where the evidence was pointing,” said Gary Weaver, the city’s public safety director. “He can have his day in court.”
Williams went to court on Aug. 7. He is represented by a public defender from the Statesboro office. He said he plans to enter a plea of not guilty.
Williams said the police dispute whether a check actually came from an existing business.
“I am a legitimate business owner that writes contract agreements out every week from $1,500 to $5,000,” Williams said. “I worked for an entertainer/business owner by the name of Johnson King also known as King Kash Entertainment and Lil Low, for his company called Johnson Construction casing out several mobile homes in the Brunswick/Hinesville areas. He paid me with checks in which I thought were good. After I found out that the Johnson Construction checks were not good, I went to the merchant and paid all three of them.”
Williams said people entered the skating rink after hours and on days the skating rink was not in operation without his permission to use the computer.
When the police served a warrant for his residence in may, Williams said the computer was at the residence because he had taken it from the skating rink to do some work at home.
Williams said as many as six people had used his computer without his authorization.
Williams said he is a professional promoter, talent agent, dance instructor, talent scout, marketing agent, musician, clothing apparel designer, eye wear designer, motivational speaker, business owner, concert arranger, activist and member of Artists and Repertoire, or A&R.
He said some of the celebrities he has worked events with and performed with include “legendary deceased James Brown, and el Debarge, Usher, Ray J, Jahiem, Blac Yougsta, Fabolous, TLC, Blac, Silento, Trina, Roy C., Ludacris, Biship Bull Winkle, Gorila Zoe, Nappy Roots actress Raven Symone and Jayla shay and I talked to Lil Richard the King of rock n roll back in 2006 and many more.”
“I’m no criminal. I’m a legitimate businessman that works with kids and believes in God. I’ve been racially harassed and profiled and it’s time to stand up and fight. I’m ready to fight for what’s right, but God, will lead me into battle,” Williams said.