53-year-old Joyce Bean was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after an argument ensued between her and her boyfriend during which she told him “get out of my house and I want my teeth back.” She then began attacking him and ended up stabbing him multiple times but not before her daughter was able to jump in and get some licks in of her own.
53-year-old Sharyn Wells and 29-year-old Mark Yurt were charged with child neglect and unlawful possession of a controlled substance after the couple overdosed in Mapco while their 13-year-old son was waiting in the car.
37-year-old Janett Domagala was charged with public indecency and public intoxication after defecating in a parking lot while stumbling down Dickerson Pike.
27-year-old Baron Acklin was charged with 2 counts of felony drug offense, possession of a firearm with intent, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, and resisting arrest after police conducted a knock and talk and he signed a consent to search form.
32-year-old Michael Comolli was charged with public intoxication after he flagged police down in an attempt to find a ride.
28-year-old Cory Edmondson was charged with sexual exploitation of a minor (51-100 items) when police raided his home after he had been locked out of his Tumblr account for storing sexual images of minor females, ages 8-12 years old, on his profile.
Scoop Media Group has filed suit in Chancery Court against Montgomery County, Tennessee, for denial of access to public records. In January, the local Court Clerk began redacting details from public arrest affidavits. The denials began after a phone call from the County’s Public Information Officer, Michelle Newell, who told Scoop that she did not agree with how Scoop published public records, and would be seeking legislation to prevent future publication, and would restrict access going forward.
Benjamin Seth Powers has resigned from the Nashville Fire Department amid the publication of underage sex allegations from court records. He has since requested that the court suspend his child support payments since he no longer has any income. More recently, he is accused of running a vehicle off the road with a neighborhood child inside it, and now the U.S. Army Reserve has launched an investigation into his actions.