18-year-old Asyia Lewis & 21-year-old Kameisha Patterson were jailed this week after Goodlettsville Police responded to a ‘disorderly subject’ call on Green Circle on July 7th to find a large group of people inside a home yelling at Kameisha Patterson to leave the property. While officers were at the home, they observed Patterson’s girlfriend, Asyia Lewis, slap her in the face — she says she just found out that Patterson had cheated on her. They also observed Patterson slamming an iPhone onto the ground and throwing a trophy across the room. Patterson was restrained and taken out of the apartment, but pulled away and attempted to flee as she was being cuffed. Patterson is also accused of striking Asyia’s mother, Lumeka, in the face. During the investigation, Patterson claimed she needed to use the restroom and when a female officer was escorting her to the restroom she sprinted away from custody for a short period of time before being captured again.
39-year-old Stephanie Gilyard & her 31-year-old girlfriend Tashauna Patrice Wallace were both booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Tuesday after a brawl. Tashauna broke a Tupperware container and a picture, while Stephanie broke Tashauna’s face with her fists. Both have $1,000 bond, one of which has been posted.
25-year-old Kaitlynn Price was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Wednesday morning on an outstanding warrant charging her with the domestic assault of her ex-girlfriend, Alexandria Smith.
Court records show the two were living together in October when Kaitlynn grabbed her by the shirt, placed her in a headlock, and repeatedly punched her in the face. Price is free on a $1,000 bond.
Lachrisha Poynter visited MNPD’s Family Safety Center on May 17th to report that her girlfriend, Moneice Jackson, asked her for marijuana to smoke, and when she refused to provide it, grabbed her torso and threw a TV remote control at her, striking her on the lip. After the warrant was signed, she went back to her home, where her girlfriend was staying with her and called 911 to report a person was there with a warrant and needed to be picked up.