Photo: damage Williams caused
JAMESTOWN – On October 3rd a man was reportedly throwing rocks at vehicles driving along Highway 108.
A responding detective saw a man who matched the description of the suspect nearby. The officer approached 34-year-old Madera resident Joshua Williams.
Williams walked away, then resisted the detective, and ultimately got into an altercation with the detective.
Thanks to the assistance of a passerby, the suspect was restrained and detained.
Several drivers reported damage to their vehicles thanks to Williams’ actions. Four victims identified him as the suspect.
The total damage amounted to $1,300.
Williams was “arrested and booked into the Tuolumne County Jail for vandalism, throwing an object at a vehicle, and resisting arrest.”