29-year-old Jonashua White was charged with domestic assault when she showed up to her ex-girlfriend’s house with a group of friends and jumped her, per report.
32-year-old Christian Hill was charged with domestic assault after picking up an apple and throwing it at his mother’s head after she called him a pig due to the mess next to his bed, per report.
33-year-old Gabrielle Bailey was charged with aggravated assault, violating an order of protection, and bond forfeiture after throwing gasoline onto a man’s vehicle while in the parking lot of a North Nashville tire shop in an attempt to burn him.
41-year-old Cedric Gaines was charged with theft of property and domestic assault after stealing a woman’s keys and chasing her down the street because he believed the clothes being returned to him had been doused in lighter fluid.
59-year-old Donald Bennett was charged with public intoxication, assault of a health care provider and disorderly conduct after being observed in a brawl outside the Parthenon Towers Apartments. Bennett later kicked a Nashville Fire Department medic upon examination, per report.
56-year-old Van Allison was charged with public intoxication and public indecency when police found him with his pants around his ankles at a bus stop.
40-year-old Elmer Perez Paz was charged for child abuse when he kicked his two-year-old daughter in the back causing her to fall face first when she would not stop crying.
49-year-old Shawn Byrd was charged with four counts of burglary and five counts of theft of property after stealing from a Madison Home Depot on five separate occasions. The estimated total of the looted items was valued at nearly $1,200.
40-year-old Ramiro Bartolo-Alcantar was charged with sexual exploitation of a minor when Homeland Security Investigations tracked his phone through a social media app called AirG and found lewd photos of children ranging from the ages of 4 to 14.
33-year-old Ryan Ray was charged with inciting to riot, arson, four counts of vandalism, and two counts of burglary after setting a fire, stealing from multiple Broadway businesses, and trying to recruit a group of protestors to join him in the degradation of downtown Nashville by saying “We’re about to f*ck Broadway up!”