21-year-old Mitarius Boyd was jailed Wednesday after causing a disruption and refusing to leave a Nashville Best Buy store when they didn’t have a PlayStation 5 in stock. Just before lunch, he entered the Best Buy at 2311 Gallatin Pike and got into an argument with a store employee who told him there were no PS5’s in stock. He loudly confronts multiple employees until the General Manager, Jason Connally, asked him to leave the store due to his loud and disruptive behavior. He refused, demanding to see the store’s policy on paper that allowed them to remove him. Officers arrived at the location and gave him an opportunity to walk away and out of the store, yet Boyd continued to refuse to leave and began arguing with officers. He was taken into custody and charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.
24-year-old Ryan Stone accused his girlfriend, Ashanti Moore, of “playing with him” when she had gone out to get contacts and her phone died. When she returned, he confronted her in their bedroom and pushed her to the floor. She then told him he had to leave the house and unplugged the HDMI and ethernet cords from his PlayStation 5, which “sent him into a fit of rage” during which he pushed her into a wall, grabbed the back of her head, pressed her face onto the floor, and struck her in the back of the head. She believes she lost consciousness during the assault.
37-year-old Christopher Perry was charged with two counts of domestic assault after he reportedly kicked his ex in the ribs one day, then scratched her face as he ripped her glasses off a day later.
19-year-old Navondre Jamal Henderson is free on a $2500 bond after police charged him with stealing two Playstation 4’s from the Vanderbilt Player’s Lounge – and pawning one of them under his own name.
Clarence Turner, 23, remains jailed in lieu of a $102,000 bond this morning, charged with robbing two individuals who he connected with via the ‘OfferUp’ app to buy a PlayStation and accessories. When they arrived he retreated to his bedroom, and returned with a long gun and some choice words as he robbed them.
24-year-old Joshua Stone is charged with domestic assault, after police say he ‘took a female to the ground’ when she unplugged his PlayStation.
Dontez Haynes, 20, could have been at home making hamburger helper for lunch, but instead, he’s likely enjoying a bologna sandwich, courtesy of a Davidson County jail. He is held on a $10,000 bond for aggravated burglary, after pawning his roommate’s PlayStation gaming system.