Chattanooga man facing Several charges after someone calls police about Road Rage

Jail intake photo of Randy Leslie Williams Jr

Jail intake photo of Randy Leslie Williams Jr

On Sunday night Coffee County Deputy Lee Marcom responded to Interstate 24 concerning a road rage incident with a subject with a gun. The deputy pulled over Randy Leslie Williams Jr age 25 of Chattanooga in a vehicle that matched the description of both vehicle and subject that was given out by the Coffee County Communications Center. After making the traffic stop, the officer noted a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. After getting Williams out of the car, an assisting Tennessee Highway Patrolman observed a handgun beside the driver’s seat. The gun was a fully loaded .357 magnum Wesson revolver. The deputy searched the vehicle in the trunk and located behind the spare hole, a box containing allegedly one half a pound of a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana, a set of scales, cash and several small sandwich bags.
Williams was charged with Manufacturing/delivering/selling/possession of a controlled substance, illegal possession of a weapon and unlawful paraphernalia uses and activities. Bond was set at $16,500 and he’ll appear in Coffee County Court July, 11, 2016.