40-year-old Elmer Perez Paz was charged for child abuse when he kicked his two-year-old daughter in the back causing her to fall face first when she would not stop crying.
49-year-old Shawn Byrd was charged with four counts of burglary and five counts of theft of property after stealing from a Madison Home Depot on five separate occasions. The estimated total of the looted items was valued at nearly $1,200.
40-year-old Ramiro Bartolo-Alcantar was charged with sexual exploitation of a minor when Homeland Security Investigations tracked his phone through a social media app called AirG and found lewd photos of children ranging from the ages of 4 to 14.
33-year-old Ryan Ray was charged with inciting to riot, arson, four counts of vandalism, and two counts of burglary after setting a fire, stealing from multiple Broadway businesses, and trying to recruit a group of protestors to join him in the degradation of downtown Nashville by saying “We’re about to f*ck Broadway up!”
19-year-old Anthony Rivera-Perez was charged with criminal homicide and aggravated robbery when he robbed Carniceria Dominguez at gunpoint then shot his father in the neck after a dispute about money the next day, per report.
62-year-old Julius Mcclellan was charged with aggravated assault, false imprisonment, and interference with a 911 call when he trapped a woman in the house and brandished a belt while telling her, “If you don’t sit down I’ll break your motherf***ing neck. I’ll hang your ass.”
47-year-old Michael Short was charged with violation of an order of protection and domestic assault after attacking his girlfriend while at Hadley Park. Although the woman remembers being attacked by Short, she was unable to recount the incident from a week before.
32-year-old Samuel Reed was charged with child abuse when he became angry and grabbed a 2-year-old girl by her arm that left bruises, per report.
38-year-old Meridith Price was charged with two counts aggravated assault when she was accused of spitting toward a woman, pulling a knife on her and then trying to hit her with her vehicle, per report.
Nashville District Attorney Glenn Funk’s office has announced that effective today, they will no longer prosecute individuals for possession of less than a half-ounce of marijuana.