Man accused of strangling ex when she doesn’t want to get back together

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29-year-old Woodrow Sales was charged with vandalism and aggravated assault after his ex-girlfriend and a witness told officers she refused to be in a relationship with him again so he strangled her then destroyed her property and new home.

On December 3rd, Metro Nashville Police Officers responded to a service call at a residence located at 642 Sylvan Street. According to the affidavit, Monique Head was moving into the home and her ex-boyfriend Woodrow Sales was helping her move furniture. When they finished moving the furniture, Woodrow followed Monique to her bedroom and asked to be in a relationship again. When Monique refused, Woodrow grabbed Monique’s throat and threw her to the floor, and continued to strangle her. Monique’s friend, who was downstairs, heard the commotion and went up to check on her. When the witness saw what was happening she got between the two and Monique escaped to the bathroom and called the police.

Woodrow Sale (MNPD)
Woodrow Sales (MNPD)

Woodrow punched a hole in a closet door before breaking the knob on the bathroom door to get to Monique. He strangled her again, forcing her to the floor and her friend got between them once more, giving Monique time to escape the building. While Monique was driving around looking for help, Woodrow busted the wifi box and cut the power cord with a knife. Monique returned when she became worried for her friend. Woodrow was outside, so she quickly ran inside and locked him out. Officers observed scratches on Monique’s neck and face.

Woodrow Sales was arrested and charged with vandalism and aggravated assault. He was released on a $1,000 bond.

Sales, Woodrow415448unknown
Nashville, TN 37206
Vandalism $1,000 or less
Sales, Woodrow415448unknown
Nashville, TN 37206
Agg Assault – Strangulation

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