21-year-old Nakea Durden was charged with domestic assault after she bit her ex-boyfriend because he tried putting her in a “bear hug” to to calm her down during an anxiety episode.
18-year-old Treshaun Delucia and Quantaz Carter were charged with theft of property, possession of a weapon, and evading arrest when aviation found them in a stolen car that gave chase through Antioch.
32-year-old Tanisha Mcghee was charged with aggravated assault and vandalism after she and her boyfriend began shooting at each other after a fight and a long drive from Chattanooga, per report.
29-year-old Alonte Moses was charged with forgery and theft after he went to a Tennessee Quick Cash location in Antioch and cashed a counterfeit payroll check for $458.65 from Empire Roofing, per report. On December 21st, 2019, Alonte Moses went to Tennessee Quick Cash located at 5302 Mt. View Road in Antioch and cashed “what appeared to be” a payroll check from Empire Roofing for $458.65. When the location contacted Empire Roofing to verify the check, it was determined the check was a counterfeit and was done without their knowledge…
19-year-old Montavius Bass was charged with robbery and evading arrest after he told someone at the Exxon Hi-Road in Clarksville that he wanted $80 and free gas and when it was refused, he said they had ten seconds to give it to him and he started counting down. He was found to be in a stolen car and ran when marijuana fell out of his pocket during questioning by police.
27-year-old Daresha Rice was charged with domestic assault after attacking her girlfriend’s brother and locking him out of his own residence for smoking a cigarette inside the home, per report.
49-year-old Lisa Goodman was charged with domestic assault after she shoved Matthew Kauer in the chest and threw a bowl of cereal at him during an argument about her taking two of his cigarettes.
19-year-old Poni Taban was charged with domestic aggravated assault and theft of a motor vehicle in Clarksville after threatening to hit a man with a rock and stealing his car.
33-year-old Tara Jordan was charged with DUI, implied consent, and driving on a suspended license after she was found unresponsive in her car with a passenger stating that she took her medication to help with addiction and drank a mixed drink.
33-year-old Eric Ogara was charged with aggravated assault by strangulation after he showed up while Tishona Hayes was visiting with her niece and demanded to know where their child was located. When she refused, he choked her and threatened to kill her.