Wilfredo Lebron, Jr. got into an argument with his brother, 39-year-old Justin Lebron, at the Love’s Truck Stop on Trinity Lane, where their father was also present. Wilfredo says Justin made accusations that Wilfredo had been sexually assaulted in prison and punched and strangled him, with injuries documented by police. A few hours later, Wilfredo was at the Family Safety Center to complete information about the earlier incident. While there, Justin played a recording of a Facetime call where Justin continued to make threats that included cutting off his genitals and shoving them down his throat and further threatened to end Wilfredo’s life via some very explicit methods. Justin was charged with harassment and aggravated assault/strangulation.
Patricia Ethridge told police that her boyfriend of five months, 43-year-old Rodney Dwayne Brooks, “got mad and started hitting her and throwing her around.” She disclosed that Brooks body slammed her and strangled her. Officers documented a long bruise across her neck, a bruise in her right ear, and on her chin.
43-year-old Ricardo Chavez Martinez was jailed this week on an outstanding warrant from July charging him with the felony aggravated assault & strangulation of his 15-year-old son. Ricardo assumed his son was on drugs, which the child denied. Later, when the child was asleep, Ricardo entered his bedroom and pressed the child’s face into a pillow while gripping his neck, causing the child to lose consciousness and leaving him with injuries from his fingernails digging into his neck. The child’s mother and two younger brothers witnessed the entire assault.
Zelma Alexander says she was in her Jeep in the 2300 block of Charlotte Pike when she observed a white male in a tank top and jeans, later identified as 30-year-old Logan Pierce Martin, assaulting a white female, Calista Bruner, who was wearing a black shirt and skirt before he fled in a blue Nissan Altima. What led up to this brutal beating of a lover involved the Twelve Thirty Club, Layer Cake, Whiskey row, and the Lucky Bastard Saloon…
When Metro Nashville Police located the 28-year-old victim, he was found with apparent hammer injuries to his collar bone and neck area from an assault. He explained he and his girlfriend currently live with her mother, 49-year-old Shawna Baker, or ‘ShawnaLynn’ as her hundreds of thousands of fans across TikTok, Instagram, and OnlyF*ns, better know her. He was in his bedroom when he says Baker was “very intoxicated” and believed he was laughing at her from the bedroom. She then reportedly armed herself with a hammer and began to strike the door, which he had now closed and locked out of fear of his own life. At one point, he opened the door to escape and found Baker standing at the door, hammer at her waist, blocking his exit. As he pushed her to make a rush to exit the house, he was tackled, the two rumbled, and he was struck with the hammer. He was able to escape to another location and contact the police. Baker was charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Just before 1 a.m. Sunday, Metro Nashville Police Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative responded to a fight that was ongoing at Jason Aldean’s Bar. Officers arrived to find 29-year-old Musician Dorian Lackey in an argument with another male, and the group of four women he was around began to intervene in an attempt to break up the fight. Police say Dorain Lackey punched three of the woman directly in the face, causing injuries to all three women. The fourth woman was knocked to the ground. A later follow-up at the hospital revealed one of the women suffered a dislocated shoulder from his assault on her. Vanesse Costa, Madeline Kaye, Jamie Cleasby, and Courtney Lewis were all victims of the assault. Dorian Lackey’s second single ‘Alone Tonight’ premiers on September 16th.
37-year-old Miranda A. Coombs was jailed Thursday on an outstanding felony warrant in Nashville, charging her with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She was dining at Eddie V’s Prime Seafood in downtown Nashville in March with an “acquaintance” when an argument erupted between the two, and a fist fight broke out at the restaurant. Ross Kovacs, a managing partner of the restaurant, attempted to intervene and was struck in the head with a candlestick holder by Coombs. He sustained a bleeding laceration to the head, and a warrant was taken out for Coombs.
18-year-old Taliyah Wallace was booked Tuesday on two outstanding felony warrants charging her with aggravated assault and vandalism. The warrants allege she was upset with the father of her child, Travontez Turner, because another female had talked to him. She was parked on the street behind the vehicle of his mother, Tarhonda Turner, and Travontez was standing between the two vehicles as they talked. She grew more upset and suddenly floored the gas pedal of her vehicle in an attempt to strike him; however, he was able to jump out of the way as he heard the engine. She drove into his mother’s car, up into the yard, and then fled the scene, with her one-year-old child in the vehicle with her the entire time.
26-year-old Tomas Javier is charged with the aggravated assault of his wife, Morena Rodriguez, after she says he became upset over the content of text messages on her phone that he disapproved of. When police arrived at the couple’s Litton Ave residence, Morena explained that Tomas placed his hands around her neck, strangling her until she had problems with breathing. Several neighborhood witnesses to the incident reported they saw Tomas drag the victim down the street, punch her in the stomach, and slam her head into a utility pole, which matched the multitude of injuries to her neck and face.
Michael Reynolds sleeps on the couch of a shared residence with multiple roommates, and he says one of the roommates, 18-year-old Cameron Luke Schibig, spent one late night and early morning last week constantly going in and out of the front door, which is beside the couch that Reynolds sleeps on. Noting he had work the next morning, Reynolds asked Schibig to stop using that door and waking him up. He says Schibig then began muttering under his breath while walking to his room, where he retrieved a metal baseball bat and swung it at the head of Reynolds while screaming he was going to kill him. Two other residents witnessed the assault and helped to take the bat from the teen. Reynolds suffered a large bruise for several days on his arm, which he attempted to use to deflect and block the bat’s impact.