Sources tell TMZ.com that Williams and members of his entourage were involved in an incident with another "crew" outside a Walmart store. Reports suggest someone involved in the fracas pulled out a shotgun.
Williams was questioned at the scene and released.
Last month, Williams was arrested and accused of breaking into a friend's Georgia home. The funnyman insists he's innocent, despite a police report which suggests the star used a crowbar to gain entrance to music mogul Barry Hankerson's rural mansion.
The comic was released from the Coweta County jail after posting $40,000 (GBP25,000) bail.
He has denied reports he stole jewellery and collectible coins from Hankerson.
The funnyman insists he's innocent, despite a police report which suggests the star used a crowbar to break into music mogul Barry Hankerson's rural mansion.
Williams' lawyer claims the comedian has been a guest at Hankerson's home for the past month.
The comic was released from the Coweta County jail in Georgia after posting $40,000 (£25,000) bail on Monday night (09Nov09).
Williams denies reports he stole jewellery and collectible coins from Hankerson.
His lawyer insists his client had argued with an employee at Hankerson's horse farm, and he had called the police with a burglary report.
Hankerson spoke with investigators on Monday to assure them that Williams had permission to stay indefinitely in the home he was accused of burglarising.
Alan Clarke, a Georgia attorney who represented Williams in court on Monday, says, "This is a misunderstanding which will work out quickly."
Seagal plays hard-edged Detroit detective Orin Boyd whose unorthodox methods to catch the bad guys generally leave him in hot water. After single-handedly saving the U.S. vice president from a terrorist attack and unfortunately blowing up too many things in the process Boyd is relegated to the dregs of all Detroit divisions - the 15th Precinct. There with the help of his no-nonsense commander (Jill Hennessy) and his naïve partner a by-the-book cop (Isaiah Washington) he discovers how truly corrupt the precinct is when several kilos of heroin and cash turn up missing. Boyd finds an unlikely ally in drug-dealing crime lord Latrell Walker (DMX) who is falsely accused and becomes the main target. The two men must team up together to expose the deep-seated conspiracy within the police department. Of course they do.
If you are a fan it's great to have uber-cool Seagal back on-screen. He took a break from his action fare over the last few years but has returned looking as buff as ever. However this time around he magnanimously shares the screen with a few young actors who take on as much - or perhaps even more - action than the big man himself. Hip-hop star DMX struts and preens with the best of them and Seagal seems almost amused having the young actor take over some of the dirty work. Good-guy cop Washington (Romeo Must Die) lends a helping hand while big guy Anthony Anderson (also in Romeo Must Die) does a nice job playing DMX's henchman. Hennessy is fairly wasted but it's refreshing to see a woman playing a tough police commander.
This isn't a warm and fuzzy film. This isn't a groundbreaking drama. This is a Steven Seagal action movie where the characters will not discover hidden secrets about themselves and become better people. If you are aware of this fact then the film doesn't disappoint. Seagal films have occasionally risen above the standard beat-'em-up blow-'em-up fare. The best example may have been the intriguing Under Siege like Die Hard on a U.S. Navy battleship where his I'm-king-of-the-world attitude wasn't as prevalent. In Exit Wounds Seagal is finally older and maybe a little wiser realizing his own limitations. The film even makes fun of itself (Seagal actually takes an anger-management class). Yet ultimately we know what this film is all about -- the fight sequences the guns the explosions - leaving room for little else.