21-year-old Charles Stafford is charged with the domestic assault with bodily injury of his girlfriend, Quinn Robbins. Police say the couple got into an argument Saturday, and Charles threw a glass of water on the victim, and a slice of pizza at her face, leaving a visible injury which police documented.
Stafford remains jailed on a $1,000 bond.
Metro Police say 19-year-old Bryant Enemecio Cruz-Corrales often climbs through the bedroom window of his juvenile ex-girlfriend to visit her during late night and early morning hours. On November 12th at 5 a.m. court records show he once again visited her while she was sleeping, and bit her on her cheek to wake her up. He asked her to come with him to Virginia to visit his family, and when she told him no he brandished a black handgun and pointed it at her face, saying he would shoot her if she didn’t come with him. She repeatedly told him ‘no’, and he eventually left her home after multiple refusals. He remains jailed in like of a $75,000 bond, charged with aggravated burglary, and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
25-year-old Michael Oak was charged with implied consent and driving under the influence when he was involved in a vehicle collision on Nolensville Pike. He could not tell officers what road he was on but denied drinking and refused a breathalyzer.
77-year-old Linda Rapp was charged with obstructing a passageway after telling police she was purposely falling from her wheelchair to gain the attention of passersby and would continue to do so even if they tried to relocate her.