Nashville man violates order of protection while out on bond over care, custody of child

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35-year-old Jeredan Lyles was charged with violating an order of protection on may 20, 2020, while still out on bond for a March 2020 assault of Hazel Sanchez de Lyles.

On March 16th, police investigated the third domestic disturbance call in two days at 7019 Panama Drive. Hazel Sanchez said she and Jeredan Lyles had been arguing over the care and custody of their child when her husband decided to put the child in his vehicle. When she went to get the child, he grabbed her by the hair and pushed her away. She told police she was afraid of her husband and was granted an order of protection from him. He was charged with domestic assault, and his bond was set at $1,000.

Jeredan Lyles (MNPD)

On April 15th, while out on bond for the previous assault, Lyles met Sanchez at the south police precinct for a custody exchange. While leaving, Sanchez noticed him following her in his vehicle. Sanchez continued driving and trying to get away from him. But he continued following her. The passenger in the car took a photo of Lyles following them. Sanchez continued driving until she found a marked police car and reported the violation. She told the officer she was in fear of her safety in lieu of the assault with which Lyles was previously charged.

On May 20th, Jeredan Lyles was arrested and charged with violating an order of protection. His bond was set at $1,000.

Lyles, Jeredan4344867019 PANAMA DR
Hermitage ,TN 37076
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