Officers responded to Stewarts Ferry Apartments on May 16th regarding a domestic disturbance. Rashanda Harris states she was taking a bath when her husband, 23-year-old Damali Sommerville, asked to look through her phone. Harris refused, causing an argument that turned physical when Sommerville began to strike her, throwing her to the ground, then he wrapped his hand around her neck and clenched down. While Harris was on the phone with the Police, Sommerville took the phone out of her hand and threw it into the bathtub, causing it to disconnect. Officers observed marks around Harris’s neck, a laceration on her lip, bruising on her arm, and scratch marks throughout her body. Harris went to the hospital for her injuries and did not wish to prosecute. Sommerville fled the scene before Officers arrived.
30-year-old Terrance Hudson is charged with the aggravated domestic assault/strangulation of his current girlfriend, Antwyneque Golliday. Police responded to their shared apartment on November 12th after the victim reported she was in the shower as Mr. Hudson repeatedly turned the water off in an attempt “to talk.” The victim exited the shower and attempted to get dressed when she says he shoved her and pushed her against the bathroom wall, and continued to argue. She says she broke free of his grip and attempted to get dressed in her bedroom when he followed her into the closet and strangled her with both hands. She escaped that assault and later laid down on the bed to rest when she says Hudson again got on top of her and strangled her.
She then fled the apartment with him giving chase to her, and when he caught up with her, she says he punched her in the face and the back of her head. As she was able to call 911, Hudson returned to the apartment. At the time of his arrest, Hudson had an outstanding warrant from March, which alleges he “destroyed a phone with his fist” while violating an order of protection at the home of the mother of his child.
Metro Nashville Police Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative in downtown Nashville late Saturday night responded to a fight at Nudie’s Honky Tonk on Broadway. They encountered 22-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Hunter Fairweather and his friend, Ironne Coley, who were in an argument with bouncers at the location. Fairweather reportedly kicked the bouncer, Deangelo Ridloy, after Coley knocked him to the ground. Officers documented injuries to the victim and watched a video of the assault.
Metro Nashville Police working the Entertainment District Initiative on Broadway in downtown Nashville Sunday responded to a fight-in-progress call at Nashville Underground. Michael Holley, a bouncer at the venue, says he kicked 22-year-old tourist Anthony Jordan Nihoff out of the bar, and the two were arguing when Nihoff struck him.
30-year-old Kevin Jones was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail early Sunday morning after a fight at Honky Tonk Central on Broadway in downtown Nashville. Police say after they separated the dueling parties Jones continued to attempt to strike the other person. Jones was taken into custody.
18-year-old Danielle Johnson is charged with domestic assault after she pepper-sprayed her boyfriend in a Waffle House during an argument.