Marjae Williams jailed after driving repossessed Chevy Malibu off tow truck

28-year-old Marjae Cortezia Williams refused to let Christopher Burnett, a DC Towing and Recovery Truck driver, repossess her 2016 Chevrolet Malibu at her Dunbar Cave Road apartment in the early hours of February 20th. Burnett alerted the authorities, reporting that the American Credit Acceptance gave DC Towing notice to repossess the Mailbu. Burnett then located, connected to, and lifted the car 2 feet into the air. Williams then entered the vehicle and drove it off the tow support, causing damage and hindering him from repossessing it. David and Carolyn Gillard, who work for DC Towing, explained how Williams drove off the tow support and backed into a telephone pole. They explained that this caused the guide wire to break. Then, they watched Williams leave by driving recklessly through the side grassy area of an adjoined, densely populated apartment complex. Williams failed to provide any identification or insurance at the scene. Williams was taken into custody for reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident involving damage, and hindering secured creditors on February 20th.

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