29-year-old Charles Holt was charged with aggravated assault and domestic assault after fighting with a woman while her baby was in the car, and then going to her house and strangling her.
33-year-old Rodriquez Perkins was charged with two counts of aggravated assault and false imprisonment when he threatened to cut his girlfriend’s fingers off with a hatchet.
40-year-old Joe Featherstone was charged with aggravated assault when he lost it on his wife after a dispute about not talking to his friends in prison.
19-year-old Quentin Harris was charged with aggravated assault when police responded to a 911 hang-up call and forced entry into the home to find that he accused his girlfriend of cheating and strangled her because of a cell phone message.
21-year-old Rikevion Crenshaw was charged with aggravated assault by strangulation and possession of marijuana when he choked his children’s mother from behind after an argument that led to her contacting DCS, per report.
33-year-old Curtis Gordon was charged with two counts of domestic assault, theft of property, and aggravated assault by strangulation after he hit his girlfriend in the face in March when she tried to leave. In May, he attacked her twice and blackened her eye, bruised her arms and face, and strangled her.
42-year-old Zachary Ryan was charged with aggravated assault by strangulation when a woman who may be either his wife or fiance, told officers they were drinking all day and he cut off her breathing with his forearm when she suggested he get a job.
46-year-old Donald Noes III was charged with aggravated assault when he strangled his ex-girlfriend with one hand telling her “this is really easy I can kill you right now” before using her own arms to strangle her again.
36-year-old Ross Eggebeen of Nashville was charged with aggravated assault by strangulation after he kicked down the door of the apartment he shares with fiancee Ariel Le Duc. He strangled her twice, threw her against a wall, and then laughed at her.
41-year-old Marco Schlueter was charged with interference of a 911 call, aggravated assault by strangulation, and vandalism of a $1,200 phone. Schlueter’s charges stem from a 911 call by Homeira Carroll that was abruptly ended during the domestic assault.