Peterson Pierre violates order of protection after appearing at woman’s home

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36-year-old Peterson Pierre was taken into custody for a violation of an order of protection on May 14th. Dina Altidort called the police to the Davidson County Clerk Hermitage Branch to escort her to her Jackson Dowes Boulevard residence. She was scared that Pierre would be there because he threatened to kill her in a previous incident. Altidort added that Pierre said he would “expose” her and “choke” her if he were ever to see her again. Officers discovered that Pierre had been served an order of protection on May 13th. When they arrived, officers observed Pierre in front of her home. Pierre had the order of protection on his person and told police that he misunderstood the paperwork, unaware that he was violating it. Pierre was detained for the incident.

Peterson Pierre (MNPD)
Peterson Pierre (MNPD)

Peterson Pierre was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on May 14th, charged with order of protection violation. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $1,000.

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