— a March 11 arrest following accusations he attacked and stole cellphones from several women in Atlanta;
— a March 30 arrest over a public altercation with a teen in Gainesville that was caught on video and went viral;
— and an April 27 arrest after he allegedly threw a salt shaker at the manager of Spondivits restaurant in East Point.
Solicitor General Stephanie Woodard formally charged Williams in connection with the alleged incidents with the pool supply store employee and the teen, the Gainesville Times reported.
The charges — battery, hindering a 911 call and disorderly conduct — were filed in State Court, which traditionally handles misdemeanor cases, the newspaper reported.
Williams is out on bond.