32-year-old Georgia tourist Brandon Floyd Bell told police he had “20 beers” before fighting with his friend at the gas station at 3200 Clarksville Pike in the early hours of Saturday morning. Police arrived to observe a crowd of onlookers watching the altercation. Bell was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
When 18-year-old Mattie Cherry’s boyfriend kicked her out of the apartment Tuesday, she called her father, Donald Cherry to come to pick up her and her child. On the way back, they stopped by Willie’s Memories Bar on Clarksville Pike, where his wife, Rhonda Benton, was finishing her shift. As they were waiting in the parking lot, Mattie assaulted her father by punching his head while he was holding his grandchild, resulting in a bleeding injury. She then attempted to get into the bar, grabbing Rhonda’s finger and breaking it during the altercation. She then pushed an AC unit through a window in another attempt to make entry. They have not bonded her out of jail.
40-year-old Leonard Smith is charged with biting his wife, Angela Smith, and threatening her with a knife. She says he “woke up angry” and was yelling when he bit her in the arm. He then reportedly grabbed a large knife and stood over her, placing her in fear. She says he then went outside and used the knife to stab a hole in the tire of their vehicle.
22-year-old Davone Starks was charged with child endangerment and evading arrest after running from the police with a suspected unrestrained infant in the vehicle.
21-year-old Mario Mcadoo was charged with domestic assault and vandalism of his after he was involved in an altercation with his ex-girlfriend where he punched her in the arm three times, told her to pull over so he could “beat her ass”, did damage to her car, then bit her on the hand while their child observed from the backseat.
35-year-old Rasheed Davis was charged with felon in possession of a handgun, theft of property, and driving without a license after police pulled him over for having a Kentucky plate registered to a Chevy on a stolen Dodge Avenger he was driving.
Details have been released on the sequence of events in the murder of Louis Lisi on 12/21 on Clarksville Pike in Nashville. The victim, Louis Lisi, was at the Z-Mart operating a game of chance out of a camper trailer. According to witnesses, Lisi’s game was similar to bingo. Players would earn points based on a series of rolling balls and the points could be exchanged for prizes, including a flat-screen television. The owner of the Z-Mart claims he only believed that Lisi was “selling toys” from the trailer. William Fox…