Metro Police say 27-year-old Samantha Cox Ward climbed on top of her husband and repeatedly punched him in the face after he woke her up to feed their twins. He then retreated to the bathroom until police arrived at their Antioch home.
35-year-old Jeremy Lawrence was charged with theft of a vehicle after being involved in a hit and run in a stolen vehicle and found less than half a mile away. Once caught, he offered to “take responsibility for anything that happened”.
18-year-old Cooper Knestrick is free on a $500 bond, after failing to book himself on an outstanding citation, which stated he told police “I think they put a gun in my waistband” after they responded to a robbery call during which Cooper told police he was robbed of his cell phone while buying marijuana.
24-year-old Jeremiah Valentine has been charged with vandalism after using his head to shatter her car window from the inside during an argument.
Cooper Knestrick was located in a Baskin-Robbins ice cream shop after complaints of a man believed to be high on something were called into Brentwood Police.
Jacqueline Owusu is charged with felony vandalism after her mother says she covered the kitchen in black beans, destroyed a TV, and smashed holes in walls with a golf club.
A Nashville woman is suing for $1,000,000 after a man she was dating for 4 years accidentally butt-dialed her in the midst of a sexual encounter with another man, which lasted 1 hour and 28 minutes. She later learned she was infected with an incurable STD.
AUDIO: “I’m kinda bored, I’ve got money, I’m gonna get attorneys… I’m gonna take y’all down. I don’t give a fuck if it costs me a couple hundred thousand…”
That’s what Brentwood ‘Mortgage Brother’ Justin Allender told Scoop Media early Tuesday morning, in response to two articles that he was upset with. The first, being his friend, Luxury Realtor Blake Glaskox, who was arrested on a DUI charge a few days ago. The second story turned out to be about his father, a local bank robber.
Markavious Battle, 17, was arrested Friday night after he struck a 69-year-old woman in the face with his gun and took her wallet, just after 9:20 p.m. in the parking lot of Brentwood Oaks Apartments.
Initially, Austin Stockton claimed that someone gave him the vehicle, and that the reason he drove to Banbury Row is that he thought he could buy Heroin at the location. On the way to booking he told the arresting officer “yeah, there was no friend. I noticed it running and took it”.