22-year-old Aiden Sandberg is charged with assault after his roommate called police to report he tossed a chair against a wall after accusing her and her sister of taking his Swedish Fish candy.
Metro Nashville Police responded to 2912 Clifton Avenue on March 23rd when a female roommate called to report that Aiden Sandberg, 22, had become upset and accused her and her sister of taking his Swedish Fish candy, which can be upwards of $4 for a small bag. After making the accusations, she says Sandberg picked up a chair and threw it at a wall opposite of where she was standing, causing her to fear he may then try to hurt her.
The victim was taken before the night court magistrate, where she acted as a private prosecutor, and an arrest warrant was sworn out, charging him with assault, and Aiden Sandberg was taken into custody. After serving the state-mandated 12-hour hold, he posted a $1,000 bond and was released from custody. The Swedish Fish candies were not located.