Katt Williams did not have a shotgun on his person when police arrived at a Georgia Walmart earlier today, this according to the Newnan Police Department.
Newnan Deputy Police Chief Rodney Riggs tells TMZ Katt was handcuffed, put in the back of a police car and questioned about an alleged altercation in the Walmart parking lot -- but Riggs says Williams was released at the scene and never officially booked.
Police received a 911 call from a man who claims Katt or somebody in his crew had pulled out a shotgun during the incident -- but cops say they found no evidence that a gun was used during the incident. However, when asked if they found a gun on the scene, police would not comment.
Riggs did confirm that two people -- a woman and her son -- involved in the incident were booked for disorderly conduct.