26-year-old Keenan Jabril Carr faces multiple felony charges after police say he got into an argument with Nichole Williams, which began with him pushing her onto the ground and getting on top of her. Her grandmother observed this initial assault and brandished a hammer in order to attempt to stop him from further assaulting the victim.
In response to the hammer, Carr reportedly brandished a handgun then pointed it at multiple victims, including a juvenile, and threatened to shoot them if they didn’t back away. Carr was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail, charged with three felony counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and one count domestic assault. He is jailed in lieu of a $76,000 bond.
18-year-old Aleena McCrary was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Thursday after she appeared at the home of her ex-boyfriend, and carved the words “DIE B**CH” into the passenger side of his car. As her ex-boyfriend, Kendrick Alexander, came outside and began to argue with her she grabbed a hammer and chased him around the vehicle, and smashed out a window. She also demanded the female who was at the residence, Latoya Moore, to come outside and fight her, and punched her at the door. McCrary is charged with felony vandalism, assault, and felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She is free on a $12,500 bond.
19-year-old Tonisha Mitchell was booked on an outstanding warrant Tuesday, charging her with aggravated assault with serious bodily injury. Court documents reveal she was identified after she arrived at the Madison Police Precinct to retrieve property she lost during an altercation at Walmart. During that altercation, she and her boyfriend confronted a store employee they had ongoing issues with as he was clocking out. As her boyfriend began to assault the victim, identified as Tavarius Cameron, Tonisha reportedly swung a hammer at the victim, and when someone took the hammer from her she took the box cutter from the victim’s pants and sliced him with it. The victim suffered lacerations to his head requiring stitches. Tonisha Mitchell is jailed in lieu of a $150,000 bond.
A trio of 18-year-olds from Nashville are charged after a female lured a man to a 40th Ave N. home, at which point Deyton Farless, Michael Barlow, and Hugo Tabora, were among the teens that held him using a stun gun and hammer, robbed him of his belonging, forced him to drain his CashApp account, then kidnapped him using his own vehicle, drove 7 miles before dumping him out, and then fled toward Cookeville and engaged in a chase with THP and local police.
47-year-old David Irvin was charged with aggravated assault and vandalism after his girlfriend spoke with officers while in the hospital, telling them he had strangled her, hit her with a hammer and broke the iPad she was recording the assault on.
Security at FGL House in downtown Nashville assaulted Harry Naill after he allegedly was keeping his wife from leaving the bar intoxicated by herself. Bar Security took it upon themselves to throw him on a sidewalk outside a bar, then delivered him to Metro Officers a short distance away.
It was a wild Friday night at the Huff Household. Just three days before Christmas, 51 year-old Charlene Huff got into an argument with her step-daughter. At some point during the argument, the step-mom, Charlene Huff, picked up a hammer and threatened her step-daughter with the hammer. Cops were called. The hammer was seized, and Charlene got to spend 12 hours in jail. Huff was arrested on an aggravated assault charge with a deadly weapon, and eventually bonded out via Elite bonding on a $2,500 bond after the mandatory hold…