32-year-old Farid Qadiry was charged with stalking and violating an order of protection when an old co-worker showed police text messages and photos he had sent her even after she had an order of protection filed against him.
21-year-old Jeremiah Brown was charged with stalking after he showed up at his ex-girlfriend’s home unannounced, then showed up at her job and pretended to be getting a COVID test.
54-year-old Charles Garraghty was charged with stalking after he aggressively followed his ex-girlfriend, in his vehicle, multiple times, and showed up at her home after being told to stay away.
41-year-old Laura Boone was charged with stalking after she harassed her ex-lover, his dog, his friends, and interrogated him over email.
50-year-old Luvenia Curtis was charged with stalking after being reported for following her ex-boyfriend around job sites. He told police he no longer wished to be in a relationship and she refuses to accept it. She says she just wants closure, per report.
39-year-old Phoeum Prum was charged with stalking and vandalism when her ex-boyfriend told police she had followed him in her vehicle, keyed his vehicle, and threatened to move near him to keep tabs on him and his new girlfriend.
According to an arrest warrant, 23-year-old Eric Blivens was chasing his girlfriend in a vehicle and texted her he was ‘Finna Start Shooting’. He then spoke to his girlfriend’s grandmother on the phone, allegedly telling her that it turned him on when he assaults her granddaughter and she punches him back.
Eric Swarbrick, 26, of Austin Texas, pleaded guilty today in U.S. District Court, to interstate stalking and sending interstate communications with the intent to threaten, announced U.S. Attorney Don Cochran for the Middle District of Tennessee. Swarbrick was charged in September 2018 and initially arrested in Travis County, Texas before being transferred to the Middle District of Tennessee. We have some of his letters to and about Taylor Swift in the story.
#ShesJustNotThatIntoYou: 23-year-old Derrius Deshotel is free on a $15,000 bond after police say he stalked his ex-girlfriend, used his vehicle to prevent her from exiting the interstate to alert police – and that’s after contacting her from 22 Instagram & Twitter accounts, 150+ phone calls, and 50 emails.
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.