Man charged after pulling gun & threatening to shoot former co-worker — Zachary Queen arrested

26-year-old Zachary Queen was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after police say he was driving around erratically and suddenly jumped out of his vehicle and pointed a gun at a former co-worker, and threatened to shoot him.

The motive for the assault wasn’t clear at the time of the arrest. Queen is free on a $10,000 bond.

Drunk man with gun threatens to kill store clerk, police let him walk away, he then assaults roommate — Shabazz Mallison

26-year-old Shabazz Mallison is jailed in lieu of a $72,000 bond after police had two interactions with him Wednesday. Officers first encountered him at a South Nashville 7-Eleven when he threatened to fight and kill the clerk. He was released from the scene after the clerk chose to not press charges.

One hour later, police were called to his home where they encountered him armed with a handgun on the front porch, yelling for cops to “shoot me! shoot me!” while waving the gun around. He had threatened a roommate, Shameka Watson, and another woman with a gun while pointing the laser sight at them. During the argument he reportedly also threw a Yankee candle at her, leaving wax on her face, and she used a chicken pan on him in self-defense.

Mallison is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, reckless endangerment/assault, and possession of a handgun under the influence.

Grandma grabs hammer to stop assault, however, Keenan Jabril Carr pulls gun in response #arrested

26-year-old Keenan Jabril Carr faces multiple felony charges after police say he got into an argument with Nichole Williams, which began with him pushing her onto the ground and getting on top of her. Her grandmother observed this initial assault and brandished a hammer in order to attempt to stop him from further assaulting the victim.

In response to the hammer, Carr reportedly brandished a handgun then pointed it at multiple victims, including a juvenile, and threatened to shoot them if they didn’t back away. Carr was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail, charged with three felony counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and one count domestic assault. He is jailed in lieu of a $76,000 bond.

Woman charged after running over classmates with her car after a fight — Micahiah Barefield

20-year-old Micahiah ‘MK’ Barefield has moved off of MNPD’s Most Wanted Hot Sheet and into a jail cell. Barefield was taken into custody Thursday on two outstanding felony warrants from January. The warrants allege that Barefield used her grey Ford Fusion to drive around a crowd and run over two of her McGavock High School classmates, Tamia Womack and Kemya Holmes, leaving both with broken bones and multiple injuries.

Court records show that Womack and Holmes had arrived at the Ross parking lot on Lebanon Pike to settle a dispute with another female they knew as ‘Pooh’ and as they were leaving that fight they were struck by Barefield. Barefield is jailed in lieu of an $80,000 bond, charged with two counts of felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Woman charged with threatening girlfriend with steak knife — Krystal Wallace

35-year-old Krystal Wallace was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail, charged with the aggravated assault with a deadly weapon of her ex-girlfriend, Ashten Stephenson. The victim says the pair still live together and were in an argument about Krystal being extremely intoxicated and belligerent in the home. After the victim retreated to her bedroom to remove herself from the situation, she says Krystal rushed into the bedroom holding a steak knife, declaring I’m going to kill you!”.

Police located the steak knife and charged Krystal Wallace with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She is free on a $5,000 bond.

Woman kicks in ex’s bedroom door, awakens him at gunpoint with threats, $1K bond — DoMonique Lorraine Union

Melvin Harris says he woke up Thursday morning just before 8 a.m. to his ex-girlfriend and mother of his child, 28-year-old DoMonique Lorraine Union, kicking in his bedroom door and pointing a gun at him while making threats about keeping him from seeing their son. She then shattered a television in the room while yelling and screaming, before fleeing the scene in a 2015 Chevy Camaro. Police say she gained access to the home using a spare key she retained. She was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail later that same day, charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She is free on a $1,000 bond.

Woman carves “DIE B-*-H” into ex’s car, assault him with hammer, punches female at door — Aleena N McCrary

18-year-old Aleena McCrary was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Thursday after she appeared at the home of her ex-boyfriend, and carved the words “DIE B**CH” into the passenger side of his car. As her ex-boyfriend, Kendrick Alexander, came outside and began to argue with her she grabbed a hammer and chased him around the vehicle, and smashed out a window. She also demanded the female who was at the residence, Latoya Moore, to come outside and fight her, and punched her at the door. McCrary is charged with felony vandalism, assault, and felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She is free on a $12,500 bond.

Woman goes crazy when man attempts to end relationship: gun, taser, baseball bat, stalking — Mary Louise Williams

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.

Man assaults East Nashville neighbor with shovel and dirt — Jackie Cook, 68, arrested.

68-year-old Jackie Cook was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on two outstanding warrants for events that occurred in March. Cook was in a dispute with his neighbor, William “Bill” Crump. Their properties share rear alley access between the two. Crump was reportedly upset that Cook was shoveling dirt onto the alleyway, which Crump alleges is part of his property, and property maps appear to confirm. Cook realized their interaction was being recorded and became upset, using his shovel to knock a cell phone out of Crump’s hand. Cook then drew his shovel back as if he were about to strike Crump, and advanced toward him. Video shows this and an additional attempt to strike Crump with the shovel.

Two weeks later, Cook was again shoveling dirt onto the alleyway, and as Crump attempted to remove the dirt, Cook shoveled two scoops of dirt onto Crump, which was also captured on video. Cook is charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for the first incident, and simple assault for the second. He is free on a $6,000 bond.

Man confronts ex-girlfriend with gun at her backdoor, asks “WTF you doing?”— Cedric Prince

21-year-old Cedric Prince is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after he reportedly appeared at the back door of his ex-girlfriend’s home and pointed a gun at her when she answered his knock on the door. When she realized it was her ex-boyfriend, instead of her boyfriend, who she was expecting, she immediately shut the door and called the police. Prince paced back and forth but fled before police arrived. A warrant was issued for his arrest, and he was then booked on the outstanding warrant. He is now free on a $10,000 bond.