23-year-old David ‘Fazoe’ Hyde was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Thursday on an outstanding domestic assault warrant from 2019. According to court documents, his mother flagged down police to tell them he had assaulted his sister after she refused to give him some shrimp which she was eating in East Nashville. The two scuffled after he began recording her with his phone, and witnesses report he punched her in the face with his fist and pulled out several strands of her hair before fleeing. He is free on a $2,500 bond.
At the time of this week’s arrest, Hyde was also facing another case from April of 2019, during which David gave the name and SSN of his twin brother, Dominique Hyde, after a minor traffic accident. While police were questioning him during that interaction his mother approached police and asked if he gave them his real name or his brother’s, and he was then charged with criminal impersonation and the FTA on another outstanding warrant at that time. That case is also ongoing.
22-year-old Alexandria Dearmon was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail early Monday morning by Belle Meade Police Officer Hayley Doty. Dearmon, who crashed her vehicle at 2:02 a.m., explained that she had only consumed one tequila sunrise at a local bar, and was driving another individual home from the bar. Despite her role as the ‘designated driver, Dearmon blew a 0.119 BAC and had multiple empty alcoholic beverage containers in her vehicle. She is free on pre-trial release.
23-year-old #BoosterClub member Orlexus Elliott is charged in the theft of $4,720 worth of Titans Jerseys from the pro shop on November 5th. Orlexus and another female, whose arrest is pending, entered the Titans Pro Shop at 1 Titans way earlier this month, grabbed all the jerseys they could, and fled the store, fleeing in a black Nissan Murano convertible. Nashville has a thriving underground of ‘boosters’ who steal racks of items from stores to sell online.
As soon as police initially interviewed Elliott about this theft, she removed the stolen items from her social media, where she had the jerseys listed for sale, and offered to arrange to have them returned. Police gave her time to do that, however, she never followed through. She was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Thursday, charged with felony theft. She is free on a $2,500 bond.