Johnetta Motley & her son, John Motley, contacted Metro Nashville Police to report that John’s ex-girlfriend, 43-year-old Star Reedy, had come into their home on Arrowhead Drive and taken a television, jewelry, and the ‘right’ shoe from eight pairs of John’s shoes. They believe a maintenance person for the property allowed Reedy inside the residence, despite her not living there nor having permission to enter. A neighbor, Latoya Shack, was able to provide Ring video footage of Reedy arriving in her mother’s two-door coupe. Another neighbor, Jatonna Cowan, also told police she observed Reedy at the location during the burglary.
57-year-old Chester Darren Campbell is being held on a $25,000 bond after being jailed this week on an outstanding felony theft warrant from 2018. His ex-girlfriend, Jennifer Brown, says she noticed several pieces of jewelry had gone missing from her bedroom. She stated her ex-boyfriend, Campbell, had been staying with her for several months since the breakup, and they had an on-and-off-again relationship. She also states he had stolen from her in the past. With him being the only other person with access to her bedroom, an investigation was launched, and it was discovered Campbell had pawned several pieces of the victim’s jewelry at pawn shops throughout both Tennessee and Kentucky, all while using his own photo ID. The value of the stolen jewelry is over $10,000.
While in town from California, Jennifer Hawkins called police to report that while she and her husband, 40-year-old William Hawkins, were out at a bar on Broadway she took a photo of a person with her iPhone, resulting in him grabbing her phone and smashing it on the ground, destroying it. She says she was taking a photo of her husband, however, he believes she was taking a photo of another man. Officer Gault transported the wife to a nearby Apple store so she could purchase a new phone, and Officer Hill took Hawkins into custody, charging him with felony vandalism with a domestic violence rider, invoking the state-manded 12-hour hold before his release.
Downtown Nashville Nissan called Reggie Pitts on November 17th to tell him a female in a Chevy Malibu had just pulled up and was “destroying” his vehicle at their service center. He immediately recognized the description of the female as that of his former lover, and baby’s mother, 21-year-old Jamya Ashanti Fowler. She had fled the scene by the time the victim and police arrived, however, security footage captured the entire event, showing her striking and destroying multiple parts of the vehicle with various objects. A warrant was issued for her arrest, and she was booked on the felony vandalism charge on 11/23. She is free on a $5,000 bond.
21-year-old Daweed Malachi Jackson is charged with vandalism after he admitted to taking all of his girlfriend’s clothing he had bought for her while they were dating, placing it in the bathtub, and soaking it with bleach. The damage is estimated to be between $500 – $700. Jackson is free on a $1,000 cash bond.
Isabella Bouma says her 24-year-old ex-boyfriend, Evan Heskje, stole her MacBook computer and used her saved Amazon shopping login, which was tied to her parent’s credit card, to order multiple things and ship them to his address. He is charged with felony theft, and is free on a $5,000 bond.
Nashville Jail Monday on outstanding warrants from an August incident in which he is alleged to have run his soon-to-be ex-wife off the road, followed her to her home where he doesn’t live, broke into the home, followed her up a set of stairs, tore down a door and threw it down the stairs, then destroyed the bedroom while the victim was locked in a nearby bathroom. His mother arrived at the home and scared him away from the premises, and warrants were issued for his arrest. He is free on an $18,000 bond.
25-year-old Dequinzay Gray was jailed Wednesday night after her boyfriend showed police a video of her hitting and kicking the window and door of his vehicle. She was charged with vandalism and posted a $1,500 bond. Upon release, she then posted a flurry of retribution posts on social media, attempting to shame him.
71-year-old Gregory Mavity was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail this week on a warrant charging him with aggravated burglary and domestic assault. Court records allege he broke into the home of a woman he broke up with three years ago, armed with a stick under his shirt, and shoved her into a table before fleeing.
34-year-old Trovaski Holt was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Sunday after his boyfriend showed police the injuries on his neck, alleging that Holt trapped him in a closet, pushed him against a wall, and strangled him. The boyfriend, Andrew Comerford, was also arrested on two outstanding warrants for violating his probation.