Harris was arrested after the altercation, which was prompted by his forgetting his keys, and James’ refusal to let him past the gate.
James said Harris started using profanity and yelled at him to open the gate, according to the Harris County police incident report from May 16.
James eventually opened the gate and let Harris in, but Harris told police James wouldn’t give him his name or his supervisor’s name when asked.
After T.I. parked his car at his home, he walked back to try to get James’ name, the report said. James said T.I. threatened him and said “come outside so we can deal with this man to man.”
At some point, T.I. called his friend, Marquinarius Holmes, 40, of Stockbridge, to join in, who was then arrested on outstanding charges out of Clayton County for not having proof of car insurance, the sheriff’s office told AJC.com back in May.
Harris was released from the Henry County Jail later that morning after posting $2,250 bond. He did not appear before a judge.
Sadow told AJC.com in a phone interview that Friday’s accusation “is simply a document filed by the prosecutor alleging the charges. There is no grand jury or independent body that made the decision ... it doesn’t require anything more than crafting a piece of paper and signing it.”