21-year-old Tyeisha Levy was arguing with her boyfriend, Demonte Riley, on the way to Walmart on January 19. The argument continued on the ride home. Once back home, she told Riley she was going to retrieve some of her belongings from his vehicle, and asked him to unlock the car door. When he ignored her request, she went outside with a knife and slashed all four of his tires.
27-year-old Rodkia’Lovely ‘Ke’ Edmonson and David Woodton are former lovers and share a child together. David is currently dating Coutaijaha Brooks. Also involved is Rodkia’s current boyfriend, who is currently unnamed and at large. David and Coutaijaha were at their home when they saw Rodkia and her boyfriend arrive. Not wanting a confrontation, they went to the nearby Taco Bell for food, and the defendants followed them. In the parking lot of the Taco Bell, they say Rodkia’s boyfriend opened the car door and threatened to shoot them.
The couple also followed them back to their home, where they say Rodkia then brandished a handgun and threatened to kill David and Coutaijaha. Rodkia exited the vehicle and jumped up and down on the hood of the victim’s vehicle, which was also captured on video and observed by witnesses. Rodia denies most of the allegations and refused to go on the record when contacted by Scoop: Nashville. Officers took her into custody, charging her with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and felony vandalism. Her boyfriend remains at large.
Police say 19-year-old Kameron Elder picked up a shopping cart and threw it onto the windshield, fender, and hood of his Walmart manager’s vehicle after she terminated his employment. Christina Korous says after she fired Elder for performance-related issues, he was observed on security cameras approaching her Honda Civic in the parking lot. He pushed a shopping cart toward the car, picked up the cart, and used it to smash the vehicle. Damage was estimated at $5,000.
Police say 28-year-old Tia Lavon Sharp used a hammer to destroy 2 passenger side mirrors and two windshields on separate vehicles, a tail light on another vehicle, and a mailbox, all belonging to the father of her unborn child, Gerald Willingham. Willingham says she caught him cheating and began attacking cars in his driveway. Willingham’s wife, Amanda, also witnessed the incident.
Sharp claims that her “baby daddy” is abusive, and they drove from Columbia with his wife, and Sharp wanted to leave but claims Willingham was after her Social Security money “on her card.” She says she only had a hammer because he has “pit bulls that is trained to attack,” and she had the hammer for self-defense but didn’t destroy anything.
52-year-old Silvia Miramontes is charged with vandalism after cutting and using a Sharpie to destroy $300 worth of her husband’s clothing. Julio Hernandez told police the couple had an argument earlier, and after he was at work for the day, she cut and marked his clothes with a sharpie marker. Their 9-year-old daughter confirmed to police that her mother damaged her father’s clothes.
Metro Nashville Police say Lyft passenger, 24-year-old Nina Davis, abruptly grabbed the steering wheel of the vehicle that was transporting her on I-24 and jolted it to the right causing it to crash into a median, totaling the vehicle. The driver, Andrew Moe, says she was “having a meltdown” just before the grabbed the wheel. After the crash, Nina Davis stood in a lane of the interstate attempting to be hit by a vehicle. Officers say she was highly intoxicated and transported her to Metro General for evaluation prior to being transported to booking. While at the hospital, she also picked up a disorderly conduct charge by yelling and screaming “provocative things” and causing a public disruption.
30-year-old Lakeisha Brown was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail this week on outstanding warrants from the fall of 2021, charging her with two counts of felony vandalism. Police say that in September, Brown approached Velma Crawford’s 2005 Chevy Avalanche and intentionally scratched the side of the truck, causing damages of $1,673. On Halloween of 2021, Brown was inside her Avalanche when Brown once again approached her residence holding a dog cage from a nearby trash container and tossed it into the tailgate of the truck while screaming, “B-*-h, I will fuck your ass up!” causing $1,324 in damages.
21-year-old Jordan Jackson was told he had to leave the Nashville Underground early Sunday morning for being aggressive and hostile due to his level of intoxication. Security Supervisor Steven Derner and Officer Charles Powell confronted Jackson when he “shoulder checked” Powell. As he attempted to restrain Jackson a scuffle ensued and Jackson Powell into a large TV panel, destroying it. The damage is estimated to be between $3-5,000.
Tequila Cowboy Manager Joshua Lynch says he followed 22-year-old Bryce O’Connor all the way to the Shelby Street pedestrian Bridge and “detained” him after he vandalized a door at the downtown Nashville bar. Video from the incident shows O’Conner kicking an employee entrance door inside the business. The damage was estimated at $2,000 and included replacing the electronic locking system.
18-year-old Xiana Huges was taken into custody on an assortment of felony and misdemeanor warrants stemming from a Christmas day incident. Police say her relationship with Rodney Douglas had ended in November, and on Christmas Day she wanted to retrieve her things from his home. He explained it wasn’t a good time, as he was with his current girlfriend, Jasmine Easley, for the holidays. Undeterred, Xiana showed up and became immediately irate, letting herself into the home via the back door, and walked in on the family opening gifts with children present. She destroyed the inside of the home, pulled her ex-boyfriend’s hair, punched him in his face and body, bit him on the bicep, and threatened him with a kitchen knife.
As Douglas and Easely pushed her out of the home, she began a second round of physical attacks. She then attacks them, their home, and their vehicle, with rocks and other objects. The vehicle suffered extensive damage to the windshield, mirrors, and body damage on all sides and panels. She then rips the mailbox off the base and tosses it at the home. She then got in her car to flee, but not before she attempted to drive into her ex-boyfriend using her car. Several neighbors recorded the entire incident on phones and doorbell cameras.