During the conversation, McDonald says he brought up beer and liquor bottles left behind by the bike club and he says Mack became irritated. McDonald told Mack he was trying to clean up what has become a community dumpsite on Manor Court. The report says Mack repeatedly stated he is a councilman, would have the business shut down and threatened to call the health department.
The police report states that it all started in April. Councilman Mack says that’s not true.
McDonald told police that Councilman Mack, who he says identified himself as Councilman Larry Curtis, came out of the nearby bike club, Notorious Ones, to speak with him about trash in a nearby vacant lot. McDonald Ink owner, Scott McDonald, told Warner Robins Police that Councilman Derek Mack came to his business several times, misidentified himself as Councilman Larry Curtis and threatened to shut them down.
Once again, that is the business owner’s version of what happened in his report to police. Mack says the statement is false. McDonald even accused the councilman of taking an employee’s cell phone before she chased him to get it back.
He told police Mack returned on May 20th, possibly intoxicated, and was beating and kicking their doors. McDonald says Mack returned several times over the next few weeks, even though he was asked to stay away.
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