Michigan Batman Arrested For The Second Time

Mark Wayne Williams, a 33 year old from north Michigan has been arrested for a second time in a Batman costume after he refused to leave a crime scene at the weekend.

Troopers were responding to the scene of a personal injury accident in which the driver had left the scene.

“When we arrived, (Williams) was at the scene in his Batman outfit. He wouldn’t clear the scene and we had a canine out there and he kept screwing up the scent,” Gorno said. “He said he wanted to help us look for the driver.”

“We didn’t want the dog to track Batman instead of the accident scene and he was getting in the way of officers who had a job to do.”

Last year Williams was found guilty of attempted resisting and obstructing an officer, when he was spotted standing on rooftops. He was sentenced to six months probation, including an instruction not to wear any costumes for that period.

That time, was found with a baton, chemical spray and sand filled gloves, though there were no such accoutrements this time. But he was arrested for resisting and obstructing police in an investigation.

He was sentenced to six months probation during which he was not to wear any costumes, including the Batman costume.

1314419_630x354

“Supermanny” Run Takes Place This Weekend In Roseville – But You Can’t Buy The Comic

Fires & Murmur And Umbra From Dover Books Squeak Out As Drew Ford Leaves

Savage Plays A Long Game In A Preview Of Next Week’s Legends Of Tomorrow

punisher_main

Netflix Orders Punisher Series

Concern Over Titan’s UK Reprints Of DC Comics Titles

Rewriting Jason Todd’s Origin Back To Stealing Batmobile Wheels In DC Rebirth

Where Will Stan Lee Be On Free Comic Book Day?

Control02-Cov-A-Oliver

Advance Review Of Control By Andy Diggle, Angela Cruickshank And Andrea Mutti

The Team Plans A New Attack In Clip From Tonight’s Legends Of Tomorrow

Symmetry issue5page20

Exclusive First Look At Raffaele Ienco’s Art For Symmetry #5