33-year-old Brett Brown was charged with two counts of domestic assault and vandalism when he stopped at his ex-girlfriend’s home to get his mail and vandalized her son’s vehicle and allegedly threatened them.
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32-year-old Markeshia Dillard was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and possessing a weapon while intoxicated after pulling a gun on and threatening to kill her neighbor.
46-year-old Donald Noes III was charged with aggravated assault when he strangled his ex-girlfriend with one hand telling her “this is really easy I can kill you right now” before using her own arms to strangle her again.
22-year-old Andrew Greene was charged with public intoxication after officers found him passed out and face down in the middle of Horner Avenue where he almost was run over.
36-year-old Ross Eggebeen of Nashville was charged with aggravated assault by strangulation after he kicked down the door of the apartment he shares with fiancee Ariel Le Duc. He strangled her twice, threw her against a wall, and then laughed at her.
34-year-old Aaron Domingues was charged with driving under the influence, driving with no license, and implied consent after he passed out behind the wheel and blocked traffic in both directions at Paragon Mills and Tampa Road for over an hour.
19-year-old Denise Hurd was charged with driving under the influence after she knocked over a light pole, ran over a metal sign on a sidewalk, and hit a parked car. She then refused police requests to take a field sobriety test or give a breath sample.
21-year-old Jordan Powell was charged with driving under the influence after swerving while driving on Charlotte Pike after coming back from a bar in Robertson County that led to his hazardous driving and arrest near Nashville Christian School.
21-year-old Bawan Kokoyi was charged with order of protection violation for at least the third time since March 2018 when he threatened his 9-year-old sibling saying “I’m going to kill you.” Batwan is a self-professed gang member.