Police found 20-year-old Ivy Song crying outside as they responded to an assault call. She told officers that her father, Dwayne Hall, attacked her while she was speaking to her mother about a leasing agreement she and her father had arranged. As the story unfolded and each person was interviewed, it was realized her father had indeed pinned her to the floor, but only after she began to assault him. It was determined he was acting in self-defense. Ivy was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault.
Metro Nashville Police responded to Views on the Cumberland, where Ashley Nall reported her roommate, Caroline Hathaway, messaged her to advise that another roommate,39-year-old Monica Spendlove, was throwing some of Nall’s personal items. Officers made contact with Spendlove, who admitted to entering Nall’s room and putting some of her things outside near a dumpster for disposal. Some of the property included a Yeti cooler and Vanderbilt coasters. The property’s value was estimated at $300.
When Metro Nashville Police were notified that Fiona Culley Langham’s 2020 Hyundai Palisade worth $40,000 had been stolen and was being actively tracked minute-by-minute they responded with the AirOne Helicopter and multiple officers and followed the vehicle to the area of Maudina Ave from both land and air. Officers approached the vehicle as it was coming to a stop and watched 18-year-old Kevonte Nabors flee from the driver’s seat and run into the backyard of a Bellmore Ave address. Nabors was taken into custody after a brief foot chase.
Metro Police responded to Bridgestone Arena Thursday to assist with an overly intoxicated 38-year-old Joshua Leloup. Upon arrival, they observed him with slurred speech, lethargic movements, and red, watery eyes. Police say he admitted to drinking some alcoholic beverages, and due to his inability to care for himself, he was taken into custody.