23-year-old Zoe Grace Tepner, a locally known bottle girl and OnlyFans entrepreneur, was jailed Monday on an outstanding warrant charging her with harassment. The relationship between Tepner and Kyle Kark ended, and he had repeatedly told her he doesn’t want any contact with her, and he is also now seeking an order of protection. Since he advised her to stop communication, Tepner has repeatedly contacted him via hundreds of text messages. In the messages, she states he is a horrible person and should unalive himself or “go crawl in his mother’s grave.” In addition to harassing Kark, Tempter was captured on video (in story below) showing up at his friend’s house in the early morning hours and causing a disturbance at his residence, threatening to “ruin him in court.”
36-year-old Marquita Lindsley is charged with the harassment of her ex-boyfriend, Cory Roberts, with whom her three-year relationship recently ended. Roberts told police that he was at his Priest Woods residence when the power was suddenly turned off at 1:30 a.m. Saturday, and when he looked outside, he noticed a maroon GMC Terrain parked near his house, and he assumed Lindsley was around his home as she had been attempting to communicate with him via any means possible. After the electricity was cut off, his phone began to ring, and it was Lindsley’s number, then a blocked number, then a facetime call, all belonging to Lindsley. She called him 33 times in the next hour before the police arrived. Officers located Lindsley as she attempted to flee the scene and charged her with harassment along with two outstanding felony warrants for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Michelle Render says she owed money to 34-year-old Lanikya Harris, who she was supposed to meet at 6 p.m. at a neutral location. As Render was leaving her home for the meetup, she was walking toward Hart Street just south of downtown Nashville and noticed Harris’ car. The two engaged in a verbal altercation, and suddenly Harris jumps a curb in her vehicle, drives through a parking lot, and pins Render against a building. She then put the car in reverse to release the victim, placed the car in park, and exited the vehicle. She approached the victim on foot and continued the physical assault on Render. A nearby neighbor, Eric Wallace, witness the assault from his apartment and confirmed the events to police.
18-year-old Taliyah Wallace was booked Tuesday on two outstanding felony warrants charging her with aggravated assault and vandalism. The warrants allege she was upset with the father of her child, Travontez Turner, because another female had talked to him. She was parked on the street behind the vehicle of his mother, Tarhonda Turner, and Travontez was standing between the two vehicles as they talked. She grew more upset and suddenly floored the gas pedal of her vehicle in an attempt to strike him; however, he was able to jump out of the way as he heard the engine. She drove into his mother’s car, up into the yard, and then fled the scene, with her one-year-old child in the vehicle with her the entire time.
22-year-old Mary Louise Williams reportedly went and got her boyfriend’s handgun and threatened to shoot him with it when he told her he wanted to end the relationship on December 12th. After a struggle over the gun, her boyfriend, DayLaquan Kelly, was able to take it from Mary and place it in his pocket. Mary then produced a taser and used it on the victim several times all across his body, resulting in swelling and marks.
That same day at 11 a.m., the victim was sitting in his living room when Mary’s voice suddenly began to broadcast from his home security camera, saying she could see him and knew he had company over there. He immediately unplugged the power to the camera. 90 minutes later, the victim went outside to walk his two dogs and found Mary carrying a baseball bat while walking away from his car, which now had three broken windows, a broken tail light, and 4 flat tires that had been clearly stabbed with a knife, according to officers.
She then attempted to beat him with the metal baseball bat as he confronted her. Mary Louise Williams is charged with stalking, two counts of felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and felony vandalism. She is jailed in lieu of a $27,500 bond.
37-year-old Jason Lind, who we covered last week after his outburst at Best Buy, is now being held on a federal warrant in the Metro Nashville Jail, after he called the FBI and told them he had sold his soul to Luke Bryan and would commit treason for him, including getting on a plane and carrying out a specific threat to President Joe Biden. He explained he was simply waiting on Luke Bryan to give him the orders.
25-year-old April Shante Cantrell was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Wednesday on an outstanding felony vandalism warrant from September. An arrest warrant shows she went to the Overlook Ridge Apartments with her sister, Lete Cantrell, along with four other individuals, and beat on the door of Jameshia Jones, who was inside her apartment. Video footage then reportedly shows April walking on top of Jameshia’s 2013 Hyundai Sonata and stepping through the front windshield, destroying it, and ripping off the license plate before fleeing with the others. A repair estimate of $5,006.44 was provided to detectives and a warrant was issued for her arrest. She is free on a $10,000 bond.
41-year-old Renada Shoemake is jailed in lieu of a $2,000 bond after she showed up at her daughter’s home heavily intoxicated making allegations of child abuse against someone that confirmed to have not even been in the area for over two months. She attempted to beat down the daughter’s door, pushed in an air conditioning unit, and broke a window. Eventually, the daughter resorted to punching her mother, Renada Shoemake, in the face multiple times until she stopped.
A woman says her ex-boyfriend, 24-year-old Nathan McKenzie-Prohaska, came to her apartment, kicked her dog, pushed her into a wall, and threatened to “bury her in the graveyard down the street!”, according to newly filed court documents.
Metro Police say 31-year-old Brittany Trice rear-ended a car in South Nashville, exited her vehicle, screamed at the other driver calling her a racist, yelled at passing by vehicles, then retrieved her 5-year-old daughter from her car and sat in the middle of traffic on the busy road for a few minutes in some weird act of defiance before fleeing the scene.