60-year-old Neva Jean Mosley was jailed this week, charged with two counts of harassment of her ex-boyfriend, James Maurice Collins. Collins first called Metro Nashville police on May 23rd when Mosely showed up and refused to leave his house after he blocked her repeated calls throughout the day. In addition to the 43 calls from her number, he had an additional 66 missed calls from a ‘private’ number. He initially didn’t want to prosecute her for any crime, just to be left alone. She fled before police arrived on the 23rd, but once they were there she called from another blocked number, at which time the officer told her if she called again, it would be considered harassment. She called back three more times directly after that conversation. She called 12 more times on the 24th, 31 times on the 25th, and left a voicemail on the 25th, stating she was standing outside his home and “just saw the babies”.
Myron Jetton called Metro Nashville police late Monday night to report that his uncle, 66-year-old Kenneth Jetton, came home after a night of drinking and threatened to stab him. Specifically, he says Kenneth stated, “I’ll stab you, keep on, keep on, I’ll stab you in the bag!”… a reference to Myron’s colostomy bag.
67-year-old Vivian Crawford continues to constantly violate orders of protection, bond conditions, and no-contact orders issued by the Court. In her 2nd arrest this week, she continues to not understand her ex-boyfriend, Tony Smith, just isn’t into her and continues to appear at his home. Most recently she showed up just before midnight pounding on his door, and when he opened it, she pointed a pistol at him, threatened to kill him, and pulled the trigger on the unloaded weapon. She returned again just before 1 a.m. and repeated the same actions, repeated pulling the trigger while pointing the unloaded gun at him.
Jonathon Ballard was driving himself and his wife, 34-year-old Lindsay-Ray Christine Millard, home after being out at multiple bars on April 20th, when he says she “lashed out” after being triggered by an event from earlier in the night and violently attacked him at an intersection. Polie documented injuries to include multiple cuts and dried blood on the victim. The investigation also revealed she had an outstanding warrant for violating an active order of protection from sending him an email in February after being served.
19-year-old Omarion Wright and his boyfriend, Isaiah McDaniel, who have made prior Scoop: Nashville appearances for their relationship antics, had a domestic disturbance in March, which resulted in Isaiah going downtown to seek an order of protection. While he was seeking assistance with that endeavor, Omarian reportedly came to his home and smashed the windshield of his vehicle, which was observed by multiple witnesses. There was a female that accompanied Omarion to the location and also participated in the vandalism. Wright reportedly used a car mirror tied to a rope to vandalize the windshield. A warrant was issued for his arrest, and he was booked on that warrant this week.
28-year-old Haley Krull is charged with violating an order of protection after the victim, Katherine Herman, says she received either text messages from Krull asking “Do I have to leave” while she was reportedly immediately outside the victim’s residence. The order of protection (included in the story) states that Krull, who works at Haven Birth and Wellness, has repeatedly violated HIPAA as a healthcare provider and stalked the victim via text message threats, showing up at the victim’s church and sitting behind her, and reminding her that “someone is always watching”.
28-year-old James Kennedy, AKA “Busta Buss Checkmate” is free on a $32,500 bond after police say he would not let his wife, Takarria Kennedy, leave their home and assaulted her when she attempted to leave the residence anyways. He grabbed her and tossed her against a wall. One of her female friends, Amaya Forrest, who is also a former lover of the husband, was visiting her at the time, and when she confronted James Kennedy about the assault of his wife and said she was going to call her brother, he pulled up his shirt exposing a handgun in his waistband, then grabbed her and attempted to push her down a set of stairs. As Forrest left the residence, the wife attempted to follow her and physically kept her from leaving for a substantial period of time.
Montevaius Finch (aka Trapboy Woochie) was jailed this week, charged with aggravated assault, and violating an order of protection. Police say his girlfriend, Shataun Wilson called 911 stating “please come” before disconnecting the call. She had accused Finch of taking money that was missing from her bedroom. She says he then pushed her down and got on top of her and assaulted her. Police documented her injuries and discovered there was already an order of protection against Finch out of Dickson County from the victim.
While locals may be oblivious, #VisitMusicCity tourists to Nashville have a longstanding #FindTheCowboy game in which they attempted to find a particular ‘cowboy’ who has been the center of sexy calendars, thousands of tourist photos, and is more locally known as the doorman at Layla’s in downtown Nashville. That cowboy is 46-year-old Benjamin Colby Barrett, and he was arrested in Nashville Friday night, charged with the felony aggravated assault of a former lover who has an active order of protection against him.
29-year-old Jamie Davis-Jones was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Tuesday on an outstanding warrant from November, charging her with domestic assault. According to an arrest warrant and a witness statement, her husband was attempting to get some rest before work, however, she demanded they have a conversation now, so she could reportedly accuse him of cheating. As he walked to the bedroom to get some rest, she followed him and trapped him inside. When attempted to nudge back past her, she latched onto him, leaving a visible bite injury to his bicep area. She is free on a $2,000 bond.