Man arrested twice in 2 days; argues with roommate via social media, attacks with broom — Patrick Conquest

26-year-old Patrick Conquest was arrested twice within two days this month. On October 9th he began arguing with his roommate, from separate rooms within the same house, over social media, transitioning over several platforms during the argument, with both text and audio messages, including “we can scrap!” He escalated to using racial slurs against his roommate, Vincent Mendoza, then entered his bedroom and struck him with a broom, and knocked down the TV.

Conquest went to jail, and posted a $3500 bond, only to be arrested again 12-hours later when police responded to another disturbance at the home and found Conquest was violating both the conditions of his bond, and an order of protection, which was granted. He then posted $2500 more in bail and was released.

Nashville’s Alex Wilhelm charged in brawl with roommate #DomesticAssault

30-year-old Alex Wilhelm reportedly shoved his roommate, Mitch Hoger, who was “screaming in his face”. He then spun him to the ground and punched him to “make the fight stop” according to court documents. Hoger suffered bruises and cuts to his face, which were documented by police. Wilhelm is free on a $1,500 bond, charged with domestic assault.

Woman charged with domestic assault after flipping the “Russian bird” at her roommate — Nina Sukhovetskaya

67-year-old Nina Sukhovetskaya says she got into an argument with a woman who lives with her after the woman would not open her bedroom door to allow her to see inside. Nina reportedly performed the Russian version of “flipping the bird” toward the victim, Amber Davis, who claims Nina’s hand lightly hit her in the nose. She is charged with domestic assault, and free on a $1,000 cash bond.

#Assault: Man accuses roommate of taking his Swedish Fish candy, throws chair

22-year-old Aiden Sandberg is charged with assault after his roommate called police to report he tossed a chair against a wall after accusing her and her sister of taking his Swedish Fish candy.

Man pawns roommate’s PlayStation, charged with aggravated burglary – $10K bond

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.