Khaled Abed & stepson attack man, drag him in street

58-year-old Khaled Abed and his stepson, Nooruldeen Opel, scuffled with their guest, Leith El-Mohammed, at their Woodland Pointe Drive residence on March 27th. When officers arrived, they spoke with El-Mohammed, who stated he had stayed the night at Abed and Opel’s while searching for a place to live. Then, he said an argument ensued, where Opel told him to leave, so he did. While exiting, Opel told Abed to come outside, then they attacked El-Mohammed in the middle of the street and dragged him to the ground. El-Mohammed provided officers with footage from his cell phone, showing Opel and Abed throwing punches at him before it became indiscernible. He advised officers that he wished to prosecute them for the attack. Officers noticed El-Mohammed had minor abrasions to his left elbow and right knuckles. Abed and Opel were cited for the incident. Abed and Opel then failed to appear in court or pay fines by April 11th. Abed was booked on the citation of assault on April 15th.

Sabah Abdullah assaults woman after accusing her of hitting him with cart at Sam’s Club

56-year-old Sabah Abdullah had an altercation with Niresha Atkins at Sam’s Club on Antioch Pike on March 28th. Niresha Atkins told officers that Abdullah came up to her and accused her of hitting him with her cart and tried to hold her there, not letting her leave. Then, she said he started throwing items out of her cart, which several witnesses confirmed. Sharon Jackson, a witness, told officers that she did not see Atkins hit Abdullah with a cart but said she observed him get in her face and throw her items. He was cited for the incident and booked on the citation for assault on April 16th.

Nooruldeen Opel & stepfather attack man, drag him in the street

19-year-old Nooruldeen Opel and his stepfather, Khaled Abed, scuffled with their guest, Leith El-Mohammed, at their Woodland Pointe Drive residence on March 27th. When officers arrived, they spoke with El-Mohammed, who stated he had stayed the night at Abed and Opel’s while searching for a place to live. Then, he said an argument ensued, where Opel told him to leave, so he did. While exiting, Opel told Abed to come outside, then they attacked El-Mohammed in the middle of the street and dragged him to the ground. El-Mohammed provided officers with footage from his cell phone, showing Opel and Abed throwing punches at him before it became indiscernible. He advised officers that he wished to prosecute them for the attack. Officers noticed El-Mohammed had minor abrasions to his left elbow and right knuckles. Abed and Opel were cited for the incident. Abed and Opel then failed to appear in court or pay fines by April 11th. Opel was booked on the citation of assault on April 15th.

Jasmine Caruthers sprays mace inside home with two babies present

22-year-old Jasmine Caruthers was taken into custody on April 14th when officers were dispatched to a Walsh Street residence, where they observed three broken windows with mace sprayed inside two of them. After they knocked on the door to announce their presence, Donte Wilson, Cierra Wood, and two infants less than a year old came outside with shirts covering their faces. Officers noticed the children had extremely runny noses and red faces. Wilson stated that Caruthers had thrown rocks at the windows and sprayed mace inside their home. He added that he and Wood grabbed the kids and hid in a room away from the broken windows until Caruthers left. Officers were advised that Wilson and Caruthers share a child, who was inside the residence during the incident.

Terrinesha Kimbrough steals $513 in merchandise from multiple stores with juveniles at Opry Mills Mall

18-year-old Terrinesha Chrishay Kimbrough and four juvenile females stole merchandise from Spencer’s and Five Below at Opry Mills Mall on April 14th. When Kimbrough and the four others entered Spencer’s, they were captured on camera concealing t-shirts and hoodies in a bag. A store employee, Rachel Kuhn, observed this and approached them, asking for the items back. Kuhn reached for a bag she believed contained stolen merchandise. Kimbrough then kicked her in the back before running away from the mall. Kimbrough was promptly detained for shoplifting, where officers recovered 20+ items from Five Below, totaling $192.24. Additionally, they located ten items from Spencer’s, totaling $320.90. Kimbrough was taken into custody for two counts of theft, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and assault.

Alba Aldridge assaults security guards who held her boyfriend to the ground at Jason Aldean’s Bar

48-year-old Alba Lucy Aldridge and her boyfriend, “David,” had an altercation with security, at Jason Aldean’s Rooftop Bar on April 14th. When officers arrived, she and her boyfriend were being held down on the ground by security until they secured them in handcuffs and escorted them outside. While the two were being escorted, Aldridge passed out, so she was transported to Nashville General Hospital for medical treatment. Later, officers spoke with Gabriel Gonzalo Fernandez, the security manager, who stated they observed an unrelated male they believed was over-intoxicated, so they decided to escort him out.

While security attempted to remove the male, David tried to intervene, stepping between him and security, pushing them, and then punching another guard, Candice Holloway, on her chin. Security officer Thomas Donnelly advised that David tried to bite him, causing him to take him to the ground. While holding David to the ground, Aldridge pushed several security guards approximately four times. Fernandez wished to prosecute for the incident. The other security officers did not seek prosecution for David’s attack.

Substitute teacher Sullivan Baker “jacks up” student against wall in classroom

34-year-old Nashville area substitute teacher Sullivan Baker was issued a summons for an incident that occurred on October 25th, 2023, when he assaulted a 13-year-old boy at school. According to the unnamed minor victim, his substitute teacher, Mr. Baker, “jacked” him up against the classroom wall, causing his head to hit the wall because he didn’t follow Mr. Baker’s instructions. The Minor victim then began to experience symptoms of a head concussion. Student witnesses wrote statements that corroborated the victim’s story. Mr. Baker was interviewed by police and admitted that it was possible that the victim may have hit his head on the wall once he had pinned him up against it.

Ashley Watson threatens 7-Eleven employee with torch lighter

32-year-old Ashley Watson was taken into custody for assault and criminal trespassing on March 31st. On March 30th, a 7-Eleven employee, Laquita Harris, alerted authorities by pressing the panic button after Watson ran into the establishment. Watson was holding what Harris believed to be a gun and told Harris to call the police. Harris stated she was on FaceTime with her mother for the entirety of the incident. Officers discovered it was not a gun but a torch lighter when they arrived. Officers were advised that Watson had been at the location with a hatchet and a whip on two separate occasions. One of these occurred the night before, during which 7-Eleven staff informed Watson that she was banned from the premises. When officers located Watson, she was detained for the incident.

Cornell Robinson assaults Nordstrom employee after being confronted for shoplifting

21-year-old Cornell Jamaine Robinson, Zelmon Hause, and an unknown individual assisted each other in shoplifting from Nordstrom on Abbott Martin Road on the afternoon of March 23rd. Randy Paul Brown, an employee, observed this and confronted Robinson, who became irate and shoved him. Robinson was then detained and searched. During the search, officers located a white pill that was cut, divided, and crushed into several pieces that Robinson claimed was Xanax under Miranda. Since Robinson was not a resident of Tennessee, he was taken into custody for assault and simple possession.

Schlai Davis punches Taco Bell employee during argument in drive-thru

20-year-old Schlai Lynrie Davis had an altercation with Cameron Hurt, a Taco Bell employee at the Old Hickory Boulevard location, at the drive-thru window in the early hours of March 14th. When officers arrived, they spoke with Hurt, who advised that he and Davis had a dispute over an order. Davis reached through the window and grabbed the food bag during the argument. Hurt attempted to stop Davis as she grabbed the food, so she responded by punching him in the face. After the investigation, a warrant was issued for Davis’ arrest. Later, on March 27th, Davis was seen speeding down I-40. Officers conducted speed enforcement when they observed her going 90 mph in a 55-mph zone and initiated a traffic stop. During questioning, it was discovered that Davis did not have a valid driver’s license. Davis was taken into custody for driving without a valid license and assault on March 27th.