35-year-old Sigrid Boyer was charged with domestic assault after an argument over a pair of socks turned physical.
50-year-old Susan Schlykov was charged with domestic assault after she found out her boyfriend obtained an order of protection against her.
39-year-old David Bonds is charged with violating an order of protection, after he used Facebook messenger to attempt to profess his love to his estranged wife, via her sister. He was out on a $1500 bond for domestic assault at the time of his arrest.
In response to a domestic call on Cannon Street, Metro Police arrived to find 32-year-old Deidra Tarrant standing in the doorway, armed with a broomstick which she refused to drop, making threats to a man.
In March of 2018, we reported on Joshua Quick, who is accused of tracking his ex-girlfriend with a GPS device, knowing she had an order of protection against him. Before the Grand Jury even returned his indictment, he fled the state to Colorado and start a new life. Late Sunday night was escorted back to Nashville to answer to the charges.
Metro Police arrested 27-year-old Jasmine Steele early Tuesday morning on several outstanding warrants, including domestic assault and vandalism, after she showed up to her ex-boyfriend’s place of employment, beat him, and smashed his iPhone XS Max.
Current at-large candidate for Metro Council, and former vice Mayoral candidate, Matthew DelRossi was arrested over the weekend, charged with two counts of violating an active order of protection. For his second campaign in a row, it appears he will be running for an elected office while out of jail on bond.
Mandrekus North, 31, was arrested on Thursday morning after Metro Police realized he had violated an active order of protection against him, which was granted when his boyfriend told police Mandrekus assaulted him because he didn’t eat the breakfast Mandrekus made for him.
Cody Batey, 24, was arrested and charged with ‘harassment, repetitive calls’ on Tuesday, after he called his boyfriend 42 times, then threatened to kill him.
In the race for Nashville’s new vice-mayor, one candidate stands out. He’s running for office while out on bond after an order of protection violation arrest. He’s the only candidate with mugshots. Meet Matthew Delrossi.