20-year-old Kylisha Fulwood was charged with domestic assault after she pepper-sprayed her ex-boyfriend and another woman he was with at the time, per the affidavit.
On February 25th, officers were dispatched to Highland Ridge Apartments in reference to a domestic disturbance. Once police arrived, contact was made with Kervens Lamartiniere who told them he had been pepper-sprayed by his ex-girlfriend, Kylisha Fulwood. Kervens stated that Kylisha had previously pepper-sprayed a woman he was with while at a gas station in Donelson. Kervens said he believed the purpose of the incidents was nothing more than jealousy. Kervens went on to say that while sitting in the parking lot of the Easton Apartments with his uncle around 1:00 a.m., Kylisha approached him in her vehicle as his uncle walked away. When Kylisha was next to his vehicle, she rolled down her window and yelled “Hey bitch!” before pepper-spraying him in the face. Kervens said he was unable to see to make it back home and he pleaded with Kylisha to help him.
Kylisha then drove Kervens to his house and helped him rinse his eye out. Kervens told police that Kylisha said that she would help as long as he did not tell anyone about the incident. According to Kervens, his eye continued to hurt and he called 911 and his mother in order to get further assistance. Kylisha fled the scene prior to police arrival. Police found a pepper spray canister inside the apartment and collected it for evidence but they were unable to contact Kylisha or the potential witness at the time. Kervens stated he was unsure if his uncle witnessed the incident occur. Kervens had a visibly red and irritated eye and his injury was photographed and filed with the police report. Police believe Kylisha did pepper spray Kervens due to his statements, evidence collected on the scene, and the visible injury Kervens sustained.
Kylisha Fulwood was arrested and charged with Domestic Assault. Her bond was set at $1,500.
|Fulwood, Kylisha||572083||1026 HAGGARD DR|
CLARKSVILLE, TN 37043
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