Kentarius Williams of Douglas has been charged with at least 12 crimes, including arson, after a Douglas police officer arrested him in the act of allegedly attempting to burglarize First Baptist Church.
Williams' alleged crimes occurred at the following locations:
Burglary 2nd Degree - at 124 North Gaskin Avenue
Burglary 2nd Degree - at 511 South Peterson Avenue
Burglary 2nd Degree - at 515 South Peterson Avenue
Arson 2nd Degree - at 433 South Peterson Avenue
Burglary 2nd Degree - at a North Coweta location
Burglary 1st Degree - at a North Coweta location
Burglary 2nd Degree (2 counts) - at an East Walker location
Criminal Damage to Property 2nd Degree - at an East Walker location
Entering Auto - at an East Peachtree Street location
Burglary 1st Degree - at an East Peachtree Street location
Burglary 1st Degree- at 419 East Ward Street
Investigators also charged Williams' brother, Kenneth Williams of Douglas, after he used cards allegedly taken by Kentarius during a church burglary. Kenneth Williams was charged with Financial Transaction Card Fraud (5 counts) after the card was used at a local retail location.
Investigators have also charged Allen Green of Douglas with Entering Auto after a vehicle was entered at an East Ward Street location. In a separate incident, investigators have also charged Sylvester Wilcox of Douglas for Entering Auto that occurred on Pine Street.
Anyone with information on criminal activity is encouraged to call the Douglas GA Police Department's anonymous Tipline at 912-260-3600 or message us via Facebook Messenger.
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