A woman says her ex-boyfriend, 24-year-old Nathan McKenzie-Prohaska, came to her apartment, kicked her dog, pushed her into a wall, and threatened to “bury her in the graveyard down the street!”, according to newly filed court documents.
Nathan McKenzie-Prohaska was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Thursday morning on an outstanding warrant for domestic assault. The warrant alleges that while with a friend, he happened to end up at the apartment of his ex-girlfriend. The former couple ended up in a verbal argument and he was asked to leave the residence, at which time she says he became extremely angry and kicked her dog.
His ex-girlfriend says she has observed Nathan on drugs before, and he also appeared to be under the influence of narcotics on this night, too. She says after he kicked her dog he moved toward her and got in her face while screaming and pushed her with both hands causing her to fall into a wall. She says he then said: “You’re lucky I don’t smack you right now! I will bury you in the graveyard down the street!”.
A warrant was issued for his arrest on May 21, and on May 27th Nathan Tyler McKenzie-Prohaska was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail, charged with domestic assault. After the state-mandated 12-hour hold he was released on a $2,000 bond. Nathan McKenzie-Prohaska has been previously booked in Davidson County according to his OCA number, however, no records other records were available, indicating any prior charges were likely expunged, as the original OCA number is retained even after expunctions.
McKenzie-Prohaska graduated from Ravenwood High School in Brentwood, TN, and self-described as a “country, redneck boy”. A search of social media networks shows at least a dozen profiles, both old and new, that appear to be maintained by McKenzie-Prohaska. They show a wide range of personalities, identities, and relationships over the past few years. He is scheduled to appear in court in early June.