18-year-old Tynia Givans was booked into the Metro Nashville jail this week, charged with the domestic assault of her intimate partner, and father of her child, James Coleman. Police interviewed multiple witnesses, including Shemeka Eddie, Walter Welch, and Anniqua Steele. In the end, it was determined that the couple was in an argument on 14th Ave N inside a car. James eventually exited the vehicle, and his mother, Shemeka, agreed to drive Tynia home. As he exited the car, Tynia is accused of grabbing his hair while yelling at him, and attempting to assault him, however, his mother came between them and intervened.
At the time of her arrest, Givans was also booked on an outstanding citation for theft, from a November 2021 incident in which she was found to be fleeing the Opry Mills Nike store with $902 worth of merchandise she had just boosted. She made it to the parking lot and hid behind a car before being issued a theft citation at the time, for which she never self-booked on. She was given a $500 bond on each charge and posted bail the following day.
20-year-old Kenneth Douglas is charged with the domestic assault of his girlfriend, Destiny Tanner. Tanner says the two were arguing and Douglas was intoxicated and becoming more and more irate. She agreed to give him a ride to his sister’s home in South Nashville, and while they were en route, he reportedly threatened to hit her in the head with the bottle of liquor which he brought with him. She says she was placed in fear of bodily injury, and police responded to the scene. Douglas was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail, charged with domestic assault – fear of bodily injury, and is free on a $3,500 bond.
21-year-old Baldemar Rivera faces multiple charges after a wild scene in downtown Nashville late Friday night. Police initially responded to what they believed to be an attempted carjacking. The victims stated a young male jumped into the passenger side of her vehicle. Believing she was about to be carjacked, she fled the vehicle and took the keys with her. A male from the vehicle then tased the young man, identified as Rivera, to extract him from the vehicle. Rivera then came back toward the male in an aggressive manner and was tased a second time, causing him to flee the scene. He was spotted nearby and taken into custody. During the incident, a 3rd victim came forward stating Rivera had kicked a dent in his vehicle. Rivera was charged with public intoxication, vandalism, and assault. He is free on a $5,000 bond.
30-year-old Anas Alhams is charged with aggravated assault after video captured him using his vehicle to strike a woman working as a traffic security officer at the Opryland Hotel Saturday. Alhams reportedly was upset that he was sitting in traffic and began to go around the traffic, turning into a non-public area of the property that was a dead-end. As he realized he had to come back out, he ignored both cross-traffic and the traffic officer responsible for the flow, and lunged his vehicle toward her, striking her in the leg as he fled past her at a high rate of speed. He was booked into jail, charged with aggravated assault, and is free on a $15,000 bond.
33-year-old Katrina Shollenberger is free on a $2,000 bond after being charged with domestic vandalism Sunday and booked into the Metro Nashville Jail. Court records allege she sprayed a chemical inside her ex-husband’s truck making it smell “very bad” after a verbal argument between the two adults. Katrina told police that one of her children sprayed the chemical, that it wasn’t her. She was transported to jail and charged with domestic vandalism.
37-year-old Jason Lawrence Lind was reportedly threatening customers and employees at the Madison Best Buy on November 30th when officers arrived and found him inside the store, refusing to leave. Despite attempts to calm Lind, and to find the reason for his displeasure, he remained upset and continued to attempt to return inside the store after management explained he was no longer welcome. Police say he continued to scream and curse, and he was eventually transported to booking, charged with disorderly conduct.
22-year-old Quinton Gaines was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on an outstanding warrant charging him with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Court records show that in September he approached Randall Roach after a family member’s funeral, upset that Roach had spoken to his 17-year-old half-brother about “life decisions” at a gathering after the burial. He allegedly went to Roach’s home, asked him to come outside, then threatened to kill him while holding a gun. Gaines was later identified from a lineup and a warrant was issued for his arrest. He is free on a $10,000 bond.
21-year-old Quilandric Buford is charged with vandalism after police say he smashed the phone of his girlfriend, Tishara Larkin, on the ground after she stabbed him in the nose with her keys.
27-year-old Megan Hoover is charged with DUI after she crashed at I-24 & Haywood Lane Sunday. She told officers she was exhausted from work, and had smoked “a lot of weed”, taken suboxone earlier that morning, and had done what she initially believed to be cocaine, but now believes it was methamphetamine. Before falling asleep during transport she was talking to someone who wasn’t there.
42-year-old Luke Krall was charged with DUI Saturday night at a parking lot near 3rd & Broadway, where he crashed. He told police he had attended the Music City Brewer’s Festival, where he had “3 beers”. He is free on a $1,500 cash bond.