Grace Geter attacks baby-daddy with knives for kicking her out of his home

21-year-old Grace Geter was seen assaulting her ex-boyfriend, Donavon Hammonds, at an Old Franklin apartment residence on May 25th. When officers arrived on the scene, they spoke with Geter, who stated that she had been kicked out of her home. Geter claims that she was staying with Hammonds, her ex-boyfriend with whom she shares a baby, until she got back on her feet. Geter informed officers that she was pushed, hit, and forced out of the home by Hammonds.

Officers then spoke with Hammonds, who stated that he was allowing Geter to stay as a guest for a few days to find a permanent residence, but when she blocked him on social media, an argument started. Hammonds states that he then became uncomfortable with her staying there and asked her to leave. Hammonds proceeded to show officers footage of him asking Geter to leave his residence while holding their baby, in which Geter proceeded to pick up two knives, saying, “Put my baby down.” Hammonds then proceeded to give the baby to his new girlfriend and attempted to disarm Geter. During the struggle over the knives, Officers observed Hammonds lift Geter and slam her onto the floor, knocking one of the knives loose. Officers also observed Hammonds holding Geter’s arms, telling her to drop the knife in the footage, as well as Hammonds striking her twice in the head. Offices deemed Geter to be the primary aggressor, and she was taken into custody for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Donovan Hammonds ‘mounts’ car on median of Old Hickory Blvd, sleeps off his intoxication

When officers found 22-year-old Donovan Hammonds’ vehicle “mounted” onto a concrete median on Old Hickory Blvd, he stated he had been drinking at a hotel room with friends and then reached over and displayed a half-empty bottle of liquor to demonstrate what he had been drinking. He was initially asleep behind the wheel when first responders arrived at the scene and slowly woke up, unable to explain what had happened. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was transported to booking.