44-year-old Angela Briley was booked on an outstanding warrant Friday, which detailed she was arguing with a female friend who got out of the vehicle they were in, then put the car in reverse and backed over before fleeing the scene. The victim suffered a broken leg and required plates and screws during surgery to repair the damage.
Goodlettsville Police charged 31-year-old Zackary Ryan Phillips with public intoxication after finding him “conversing with a tree” and “becoming very emotional” during said conversation. Phillips admitted to taking Suboxone earlier in the evening. Officer Herendeen then became petty, causing an $1,100 bond to become over $11,000 after he missed something during his search of the man who was unable to even remain conscious during interactions.
58-year-old Sonya Bratton and 65-year-old Jacquelyn Stephens were charged with domestic assault when an argument about a cat escalated into a catfight and the responding officer couldn’t determine who started it.
24-year-old Carlos Smith was charged with public intoxication and vandalism after he got drunk and punched his friend’s car, breaking the mirror and leaving dents down both sides.
32-year-old William Swift was charged with DUI after he demolished a McDonald’s drive-thru menu and speaker with his Ford and insisted to police that his debit card was his ID.
25-year-old Joseph Stubblefield was charged with aggravated burglary ten months after police verified that he pawned golf clubs which were reported stolen by his grandfather.
25-year-old Kyle Crumpler was charged with domestic assault and violation of bond conditions after his girlfriend reported that he hit her in the face and while he admitted there was an altercation, he was only guilty of hugging her too tight and pushing her on the bed, per report.
47-year-old Cheryl Sebastion was charged with assault and vandalism after she confronted her apartment office manager about an eviction notice. Police say she threw a desktop computer, tipped a filing cabinet and tried to rip the manager’s clothes off.
42-year-old Victoria Jones was charged with domestic assault after admitting to hitting her long-term boyfriend in the face.
24-year-old Morgan Payne is charged with selling fake heroin. Goodlettsville Police say she admitted to buying heroin and cutting it with Benefiber before selling it to her friends, however, none of the ready-to-sell white substance, packaged in lottery tickets, tested positive for any controlled substance.