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Man accused of stealing car, taking in movie in Georgia

November 06, 2017 - 5:48 AM

MORROW, Ga. - Authorities say a man accused of stealing a Maserati and driving it to a movie theatre in Georgia has been arrested.

The Clayton County Sheriff's Office told news outlets Friday that 41-year-old Keithrick Williams is accused of driving the vehicle to an AMC theatre in Morrow and parking it while he watched a movie.

A Facebook post from the sheriff's office says a deputy spotted the vehicle and radioed in for more deputies to join him.

Authorities say Williams emerged from the theatre and got into the car.

He was arrested Thursday. Jail records show he was charged with theft by receiving stolen property and possessing a weapon during a crime. It's unclear if Williams has a lawyer.

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