The two men believed to be responsible for stealing the car of the Atlanta Hawk’s Shelden Williams on Saturday are being charged with armed robbery. The 18-year-olds were arrested later Saturday at an Atlanta-area mall while attempting to rob someone else. Williams’ car was stolen outside his barbershop shortly before Atlanta game against Charlotte, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The local police chief said the two men were in Williams’ car when they were alleged to have committed the second robbery. They fled from the scene in the stolen Dodge SUV and were chased for three miles by police until they wrecked the car. “It's probably not totaled, but I wouldn't want it,” said the police chief of the damaged vehicle.