A Warner Robins man told police that councilman John Williams showed up at his home uninvited after sending the councilman an e-mail criticizing him.
Williams confirmed that he visited Neal Erwin, and showed 13WMAZ the e-mail, in which Erwin called on Williams to resign.
Erwin said Williams showed up at his house Tuesday night, blocked the driveway with his car and peered into the house through the windows before coming to the door.
Erwin told 13WMAZ: "If he wanted to meet me, why didn't we meet at City Hall? Why did he come to my house?"
Erwin said he hadn't given Williams his home address. He said he felt threatened by Williams's visit and filed a complaint with police.
Williams said he went to Erwin's house after he e-mailed Erwin back and did not get a reply.
Williams told reporter Lorra Lynch-Jones: "That's not unusual for a councilman, anytime there's a problem. I may show up at any crime scene or anything. That's my job."
Police department spokeswoman Tabitha Pugh said Erwin's complaint was for "documentation purposes" and he did not ask for charges against Williams. Police have not charged him.