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Comedian Katt Williams leads police on motorcycle chase

Authorities said they are investigating comedian Katt Williams after he allegedly led them on a strange chase Sunday driving a three-wheel motorcycle in Sacramento.

Police said they plan to file some type of a complaint against the comedian once the investigation is completed.

Authorities originally contacted Williams near the Hyatt along L Street. He was asked to leave when accused of disturbing the peace. He did, but was soon spotted by Capitol Protection Officers.

Williams was allegedly driving a three-wheeled motorcycle on a sidewalk, coming close to hitting pedestrians.

At this point, Capitol Protection officers were flashing their lights for him to stop, according to Fox 40.

Williams then ran several more red lights and was not cited, with officers worrying about public safety if they continued the chase, police said.

 
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