25-year-old Raemon ‘Raebardo’ Randolph was served with a domestic assault warrant Monday, which detailed allegations he grabbed his ex-girlfriend’s dog and threw it out the front door, then pushed his ex-girlfriend out the same door, and locked it.
Metro Nashville Police responded to a home on November 24th, to a report of a domestic disturbance. They arrived on-scene at approximately 9:30 p.m. to find the victim locked out of the residence, with her dog. The door to the home was locked, and it was unknown if the victim’s ex-boyfriend, Raemon ‘Raebardo’ Randolph was still inside.
The victim told police she got into an argument with her ex-boyfriend, with whom she shares a child, over him being intoxicated. During the argument, Randolph is accused of grabbing her dog and throwing it out the front door, then calling the victim vulgar names before hitting her in the cheek, causing an abrasion.
When she attempted to move away from Random, the victim says he then pushed her out of the residence, tossed her keys outside with her, and locked the door. Randolph would not open the door for police, so a warrant was taken out for his arrest. He was booked on the outstanding warrant Monday, charged with domestic assault. He is free on a $3,500 bond.
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