18-year-old Courtney Nelson was charged with domestic assault at her family’s apartment home in the Edgehill district of Nashville. Nelson’s charges come in lieu of throwing a fork, among other utensils, at her father during a dispute regarding groceries.
56-year-old Jack Curtis was charged with aggravated assault for an October incident involving an injury to his roommate, Betty O’Kelley. Curtis’ charges come in lieu of causing anal sepsis on O’Kelley as well as forcing her to overdose on heroin, per report.
20-year-old Adam Hollis was charged with negligent operation of a boat, boating under the influence, possession of alcohol under 21, NASBLA boating violation, and implied consent after TWRA observed a boat with a passenger on the bow and found Busch cans rolling around on his boat.
28-year-old Desmond Boykin was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, vandalism, and felony possession of a firearm and 26-year-old Jothani Cain was charged with domestic assault after she struck him in the head while wielding car keys, while he threatened to shoot her if she didn’t leave the premises.
39-year-old Jason Foust was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct at the InTown Suites and Extended Stay on Old Hickory Boulevard after he was reported for banging and yelling at a door causing a disturbance.
18-year-old Rally Pech was charged with pushing his girlfriend out of a car and kicking her after he stated that she took his phone from his lap, threw it into the woods and bit him.
21-year-old Michael Guthrie was charged with public intoxication after he was reported to police by Thorntons for having a child in his truck and looking to be under the influence of drugs. He was later found at Goodwill to be jittery and admitted to police that he uses “ICE”.
55-year-old Kevin Hudson was charged with possession of crack cocaine, theft of property, and possession of drug paraphernalia after he stole a vehicle in Ashland City and was found three days later at Walmart in Mt. Juliet.
25-year-old Zachary Stanfield was charged with driving under the influence, implied consent, and violation of open container law when he struck a pole and was found slumped over when police arrived. He then told officers “I am going nowhere and then somewhere and poof”.
SCOOP FOLLOW UP: After my original report on the assaults between Spaghetti Heiress Annaleah Figaretti and Real World’s Clint Wright, I contacted both parties involved in an attempt to better understand the situation. Annaleah reached out to me and these are her recollections of the events that transpired that night.