21-year-old Chandler Archbold was arguing with his girlfriend, Leah Pharris, about their overdue rent money on February 27th. Archbold escalated the situation by pushing Pharris up against the wall and continued to push her until they both ended up on the bed. Once on the bed, Archbold headbutted her chin, causing bruising. Archbold was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault.
23-year-old Malashia Madave and her boyfriend, Nicholas Safdari, left their three-year-old child alone at home on November 25th. Safdari left their child at home to pick up some personal belongings and admitted to law enforcement that he had to leave their child alone for more than 40 minutes. While Safdari was out, the child left their residence without shoes, wearing only his pajamas. The child was reported missing around 5:30 a.m. and was found nearly an hour later in a parking lot about 1 mile away from Safdari’s home. Safdari later revealed to law enforcement that his mother, Madave, was at the gas station at the time of his child’s disappearance and that this wasn’t the first time they had left their child alone. But when cops interviewed Madave, she said that she was out drinking and came home only to find out that she needed to go back because of her missing wallet. Madave was taken into custody and charged with child neglect.
36-year-old Nicholas Safdari and his wife left their three-year-old child alone at home on November 25th. Safdari left his child at home to pick up some personal belongings and admitted to law enforcement that he knew his child would be alone for more than 40 minutes. While Safdari was out, his child left their residence without shoes, wearing only his pajamas. The child was reported missing around 5:30 a.m. and was found nearly an hour later in a parking lot almost 1 mile away from Safdari’s home. Safdari later revealed to law enforcement that his child’s mother was at the gas station at the time of his child’s disappearance and that this wasn’t the first time they had left their child alone. Safdari was taken into custody and charged with child neglect.
26-year-old Daniel Onofre was discovered asleep behind the wheel of a Black Nissan Altima on November 25th. When officers arrived at his door and began questioning Onofre, he was talking at a snail’s pace and seemed intoxicated. Once Onofre exited the car, there was a heavy odor of an alcoholic beverage. Officers peaked into his vehicle and observed an empty 24-pack Corona bottle in the back seat. Onofre told law enforcement that he only had “about ten.” Officers asked for Onofre’s license but provided them with a Mexican voter registration ID. Onofre was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence and driving without a valid license.
20-year-old Joshua Hutcherson was found in a vehicle used in the commission of a shooting on November 24th. Detectives found him leaving his apartment complex and attempted a traffic stop, but Hutcherson continued to drive as if he didn’t see them. Hutcherson continued moving toward Lebanon Pike, where he ran over a spike strip and pulled over without further issue. Hutcherson was taken into custody and charged with evading arrest by motor vehicle.
48-year-old Clyde Joines was arguing with his wife, Lea-Ann Joines, on November 24th when the altercation became combative. Joines attempted to prevent Lea-Ann from exiting the vehicle, so he stuck his fingers in her mouth, which caused minor injuries to her lips. In an attempt to get him off of her, Lea-Ann hit him several times, causing minor injuries to Clyde’s lips. Clyde’s side of the story was that in the midst of the argument, he took Lea-Ann’s phone from her, prompting Lea-Ann to strike him first. Law enforcement determined that Clyde was the primary aggressor throughout the assault. Clyde Joines was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault.
51-year-old Alec Cort was involved in a domestic altercation with his wife, Allyson Cort, at Kennett Road on the night of October 30th. A third-party caller advised officers of the commotion and, once they arrived, determined that the dispute began when the couple was driving home from marriage counseling and continued until they got to their driveway. They went inside, and Alec stood before the door, refusing to let Allyson leave the bedroom. Allyson tried to reach around him to grab the door handle, and he pushed himself up against her, holding the door shut, so she slapped him across the face and screamed for help to her kids to get them out of the bedroom. Alec Cort was booked on a summons for false imprisonment on November 22nd.
24-year-old Markeveyon Hicks was arguing with his girlfriend, Breanna Myricks, on November 18th regarding issues of faith in their relationship. The altercation escalated to the point that Hicks punched her in the face, causing visible injuries to her lips. Myricks attempted to defend herself and left the scene to find a safe place to call the police. Hicks was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault.
29-year-old Sterling Inge was found asleep behind the wheel on November 24th, blocking traffic. A bystander told officers that Inge had been sleeping at that spot for a prolonged amount of time, blocking traffic. When police arrived, Inge was still sleeping in the driver’s seat and once awake, refused to leave. When officers engaged with Inge, they discovered that he was inebriated. He told officers that he was heading to Gallatin but refused to address his drunkenness. Inge also refused to perform any field sobriety tests and blood samples. Inge was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence and implied civil consent.
34-year-old Benjamin Davis was involved in a domestic disturbance with his wife, Pasche Jade Simmons, at their house on November 23rd. Simmons told officers that Davis was grabbing the steering wheel and almost caused them to drive off the road, so she stopped at Glenrose Avenue for her safety while searching for the nearest police station. She stated that they were arguing, and it escalated when he slapped her in the face two times because he wanted to go to the ATM and get some cigarettes. She decided to take him for cigarettes to help him calm down. Officers observed redness and minor swelling on her cheek as they were shown a cell phone video of Davis displaying erratic behavior and being aggressive while they were in the car. Then, Simmons advised officers that Davis was on probation in Colorado for previous domestic assaults against her and that she was fearful for her safety and did not know what to do. Davis told officers that they had an altercation at their residence and that he was hit during it, showing officers the redness on his forehead. Due to video evidence of Davis’ erratic behavior, Davis was deemed the primary aggressor and was taken into custody for domestic assault.