57-year-old Todd Hess was charged with violating orders of protection, evading arrest, and harassment after he drove past his ex-girlfriend’s house multiple times and he called and texted her nonstop.
28-year-old Cynthia “Maniac Muffin” Rencher was charged with an order of protection violation, aggravated burglary, and domestic assault after starting an argument and assaulting her mother over cigarettes.
30-year-old Christopher Deberry was charged with an order of protection violation, vandalism, and evading arrest after making contact with a woman who had an active order of protection against him at her home and work.
37-year-old Richardo Jones was charged with five counts of aggravated assault, two counts of order of protection violation, two counts of conditions of release violation, and vandalism after he put out a Black & Mild and splashed a Gatorade on his ex-girlfriend’s face and then later rammed the vehicle of his child’s mother.
50-year-old Thomas Oakley was charged with aggravated stalking and order of protection violation when he was spotted walking around the neighborhood of his wife’s home and then his child’s school a few days later.
43-year-old Thomas Gatewood was charged with resisting arrest and assaulting an officer after he was found violating a temporary order of protection and when they attempted to detain him, he said “Ahhh no, you’re gonna have to kill me. I’m not going to jail” and swung his arms hitting an officer in the eye.
21-year-old Bawan Kokoyi was charged with order of protection violation for at least the third time since March 2018 when he threatened his 9-year-old sibling saying “I’m going to kill you.” Batwan is a self-professed gang member.
34-year-old Brian Dewitt was charged with two counts of violating an order of protection, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia when his wife told officers he ran her off the road in April and he was found with what resembled a crack pipe at her apartment again May 8th.
31-year-old Antoinette Rucker was charged with violating an order of protection when her ex-boyfriend reported to police that upon her release, she immediately started texting him.
Metro Police say Michael Hague published a post on Facebook which contained his ex girlfriend’s face beside an image of her naked from the rear, and added text containing her name, address, where she worked, and the additional text of: “She sucks good d–k”.