21-year-old Deangelo Lavender was charged with aggravated assault by strangulation. Lavender became upset with his ex-girlfriend when she wouldn’t give him money for shoes and strangled her from behind.
21-year-old Ronshia Taylor was charged with vandalism and domestic assault after attempting to pull her ex-boyfriend out of his vehicle by the hair and breaking his rear window with a rock.
56-year-old Phillip Massey was charged with aggravated burglary after he waited for his ex-girlfriend to open her back door and then shoved past her to look for her new boyfriend, per report.
20-year-old Kiara Kinnie was charged with domestic assault and vandalism under $1000.00 after she and her ex-boyfriend who live together got into an argument and she threw soda on him.
Donteisha Johnson, 20, is charged with harassment after she would not stop calling and sending “threatening and obnoxious text messages” to her ex-boyfriend after he broke up with her.
39-year-old Brian Michael Kirk is free on a $3,000 bond, after being charged with stalking and unlawful exposure. Metro Police say he sent nude photos of his ex-girlfriend to her boss and co-workers recently at 2:04 a.m., and at 2:54 a.m. texted her “Sorry, just put a whore out there”.
Jordan Beavers, 23, broke down his ex-girlfriend’s door, fired shots at her male companion as he jumped out a bedroom window, and made his ex girlfriend beg for her life as a gun was held to her. He finished the night by telling her he would kill her if she told the police what happened.
All he wanted was a sandwich. Ironically, he will likely get exactly what he wanted today, except it’ll probably be bologna, and it’ll be from the jail kitchen. Kenneth William Ragsdale, 47, is waking up behind bars this morning in Nashville with a $20,000 bond, after being charged with felony aggravated assault / strangulation against his ex-girlfriend, after she wouldn’t make him a sandwich. According to a police report, the victim is the ex-girlfriend of Ragsdale. In the overnight hours of Sunday night / Monday morning, the two were lying…