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Every Story In Local Police Blotter Concerns Jayson Williams

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Every Story In Local Police Blotter Concerns Jayson Williams

RALEIGH, NC—The police blotter in Monday's issue of The News & Observer contained instances of vandalism, shoplifting, public intoxication, disorderly conduct, aggravated assault, and loitering, all of which centered around former NBA star Jayson Williams. "Crime in the city has increased by 76 percent since Williams arrived early last week," Capt. T.L. Earnhardt of the Raleigh Police Department said. "In order to deal more effectively with the situation, the city is enforcing a strict 10 p.m. curfew for all visitors named Jayson Williams. He'll also have to wear an electronic ankle monitor." Following his conviction, Williams has been sentenced to eight weeks of anger management, 28 hours of community service, 33 years in prison, and the death penalty.

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