45-year-old Jennifer Biles is charged with the domestic assault of her boyfriend, Nick Sorendo, after punching him in the head several times because he called her a b**ch. An off-duty Ashland City Police Officer witnessed the assault at Rains Ave & Wedgewood Ave just after 7 p.m. and detained her until Metro Nashville Police arrived.
50-year-old Benjamin Hardin, a Metro Nashville employee, is charged with the domestic assault of his stepdaughter. The victim says she was in an argument with her mother, Sonya, when Ben intervened by grabbing her by the neck, squeezing her, and forcing her to the ground. On the way to the ground, her head hit a table, and he reportedly then pinned her to the ground while shouting at her. Ben claims he only stepped in when Sonya looked at him during the altercation and stated, “You need to mediate this!” Ben reportedly told the victim, “This is my house!” while standing nose-to-nose with her, and shortly before taking her to the ground, she responded, “What are you going to do about it?” He claims he proactively took her to the ground to prevent her from assaulting him. Sonya told police the physical force Ben used was “unnecessary,” and she had to pull him off the victim to prevent the situation from escalating further.
23-year-old Grayson Taylor was kicked out of Zanies Comedy Club after he says he drank a half-bottle of wine and a few additional drinks. Club staff report he was restrained by security after he began screaming racial slurs and causing a disturbance to other patrons. Police arrived to help escort him from the property, and while waiting for an Uber he took off his shirt and became more violent and threatening. He refused to get into the Uber when it arrived, and then threatened officers. After they told him he would be placed under arrest, he requested a supervisor respond to the scene.
While waiting on a supervisor to arrive, Taylor called 911 several more times to demand other officers respond, he then walked to another business where he also became a disturbance. They then warned him a few more times to “remain calm” which he refused to do. At some point they took eventually him into custody, charging him with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Police say 21-year-old Kaleb Elliott walked into the Dirt Cheap Discount Store in Madison and caused a disturbance with employees. When asked to leave he repeatedly and aggressively shouted “I’ll slap the shit out of you” and advanced on Neioki Key in an aggressive manner, causing her to fear imminent bodily injury.
As Elliott was leaving the store he punched the glass door to the business, shattering it. He fled the scene and led officers on a short chase before eventually being taken into custody. Elliott is jailed in lieu of an $11,000 bond.
32-year-old Darlene Weevie was charged with possession of cocaine with intent and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia after her car was shot at and she crashed into a ditch.
23-year-old Mario Moran was charged with child abuse after he got into an argument with his girlfriend and was caught on video by neighbors twisting the arm of her child.
26-year-old Kenya Mayal was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct when officers were called to a fight and despite being released she was too impaired to calm down and be taken home.