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I Ain’t the One!

Officers Peacock and Vanhouten check Williams

CPD officers were on scene when Club Heidiho closed early Saturday morning. As customers left the premises, one man stood out from the crowd.

Quarterrio Williams stumbled around the parking lot, criss crossing 22nd St S as he tried to follow his friends to different vehicles. He eventually gave up following and just wandered the lot near the building.
Officers Lamar Peacock and Chris Vanhouten stopped Williams so they could speak to him. When told that he could be arrested for public drunk if he didn’t leave, Williams said, “I ain’t going to jail. Y’all messing with the wrong person. I ain’t the one!”
Williams was immediately placed under arrest and taken to the LCADC by Vanhouten.



  1. John

    Someone got arrested…wow, what great journalism….no wonder your paper is considered a juvenile gossip pamphlet. Though this wasn’t the top headline today, the top stories are usually
    A) some dude gets arrested
    B) some ghetto/trailer park shooting
    C) a car wreck
    Really? You guys should drive a few miles away, buy some other town’s local paper, then do what they do. Just an idea

  2. Robert

    To John
    Thank God for The Packet. At least they let the residents of “The Friendly Crime City” know what’s really going on in the streets. Contrary to what you obviously think I feel The Packet serves an important service to the community. People need to know how dangerous the streets of such a small country town really are therefore they can be prepared for the worse. They print all the news that people need to know. Maybe you think Columbus is still Mayberry. Those days are long gone my friend. And i’ll second Long Live The Packet.

  3. OldLawyer

    I like the “big fish” and “big snake” stories.

    What do you expect from a small town? Either move away or don’t read, or better, both.

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