33-year-old Jatory Johnson was jailed on Monday for an incident that occurred on March 20th at the home of Ranzy Liverman on Trellis Way. Liverman told police that Johnson was knocking on his door in search of his roommate, Charles Allen, who wasn’t there at the time. Charles and Jatory are in a relationship. When no one answered, she threw a concrete statue at the door, leaving a large hole in the middle of the door. The entire incident was caught on the doorbell camera, and a receipt totaling $2,220.37 for the door replacement was shown to the police.
26-year-old Danielle Yelloweyes was jailed for assaulting her roommate after police informed her that her girlfriend, Janasia Williams, would be going to jail for a domestic incident that happened moments before. Police had responded to a domestic disturbance between Yelloweyes and her girlfriend, Janasia Williams, initially, but when police advised Yelloweyes that her girlfriend would be going to jail, she became irate and punched her roommate, Niya Frierson. She believed that her girlfriend was going to jail because Niya told officers about the initial domestic disturbance call. As a result, she attacked her in Infront of officers and said, “If I’m going to jail, I’m going for a reason. I might as well beat her ass for lying.”
28-year-old Janasia Williams was jailed Friday morning after allegedly punching her girlfriend, Danielle Yelloweyes, in the face at their home during an argument. Police saw a scratch and blood on Yelloweyes’ face, and two witnesses corroborated the assault. When police tried to arrest Willaims, she resisted, twisting her body and refusing to put her hands in the cuffs. She was eventually taken into custody and charged with domestic assault. Her girlfriend was also jailed after she attacked her roommate, claiming she lied to police about this incident as a witness.
37-year-old Stephanie Armitstead was jailed early Sunday morning after police say she was driving on I-40 at 110 mph in a 70 mph zone while intoxicated in her silver Kia. The officer conducted a traffic stop and observed Armitstead with red, watery eyes. He could smell alcohol coming from her vehicle. She took extensive time looking for her license and was uncooperative when asked to step out of her vehicle. Armitstead admitted to drinking two glasses of wine two hours before driving. She agreed to sobriety tests, on which she began performing poorly, and then refused to continue.
39-year-old Amanda Loyd was jailed after attacking a man in a parking lot on N 7th Street after an argument. Jovante Robinson was very upset when talking to the police; he stated that Loyd was damaging his vehicle and assaulting him. He said they got into an argument about him taking Loyd home. During the argument, Loyd slapped a bottle from his hand, hit him multiple times, and bit him in the chest. A passerby showed video footage of Loyd knocking the bottle from his face and pushing him several times. Police observed Robinson’s ripped shirt and bite marks.
32-year-old Joshua Johnson was jailed on Wednesday morning after attempting to fight security guards at Losers bar on 4th Avenue South in downtown Nashville. When officers arrived, security told police that Johnson was asked to leave several times, but he refused and tried to fight them as they escorted him off the property. At this time, security detained Johnson, noting he smelled of alcohol, had slurred speech, and had red, watery eyes. Due to the safety of others, Johnson was taken into custody.
37-year-old Eric Butler was jailed on Tuesday afternoon after strangling his ex-girlfriend, Savannah Price, after she turned the light on while he was asleep, causing him to get angry, and they started arguing. He reportedly came up and strangled her from behind, and she struggled to breathe. She hit him in the balls to free herself from the strangulation. Butler then hit her in her hip while her back was turned, leaving a large bruise.
19-year-old Andre Burke was jailed early Wednesday morning on an outstanding warrant from February after allegedly touching his friend sexually by force while she was asleep on his couch on W Heiman Street. A’Kaylee Lawson is a TSU student; she told police that she had gone to a friend’s house on February 15th, they ate, watched television, and she fell into a deep sleep. Sometime later, she was woken up by someone touching her leg at first and her private parts over the top of her clothing. She woke up and saw Andre, who she’s been friends with, touching her in a sexual way. She got up and went to a bedroom in the back to have another friend take her home immediately. A detective interviewed Ms. Lawson on February 17th, and she told the same story. She made it clear that she did not give Andre consent to touch her vagina. She also stated that they did have a sexual encounter once before, during the prior semester.
25-year-old Malcolm Easley was jailed on Sunday morning after an argument became violent in a fight in front of Tin Roof on Demonbreun. The two fought, and each had a chance to walk away from the altercation, but Easley refused. Both parties were heavily intoxicated. Easley was taken into custody due to the likelihood of the behavior continuing.
19-year-old Kyle Kitchen, 18-year-old Julianna Hobbs, & 18-year-old Eric Hutchenson Jr were jailed early Saturday morning after multiple violent incidents occurred between the trio. Jason told police he was home hanging with friends when he and his ex-girlfriend Julianna got into an argument, and she struck him. Police asked him where she hit him at, but he couldn’t remember. According to Jason, after the incident with Juliana, Eric told him not to talk to Juliana like that and tried to punch him, but he ducked and dodged the hit and fell to the ground. Jason went to get back up, and Kyle entered the apartment, put Jason in a headlock for a short time, and then let go. Officers observed injuries to Jason’s cheek and neck consistent with the story. Eric returned to the scene to speak with the police and told them that Jason told him he was going to kill everyone, which allegedly led to the fight.