Metro Nashville Police responded to a disturbance on September 27th, where 19-year-old Galaneicia ‘Nene’ Wiggins and Jadonte Hodges were each calling 911 to report the other person. There was mumbled background screaming on both calls, and officers arrived to find Wiggins standing outside the home of Hodges, her boyfriend, screaming into his window. Wiggins explained she had searched his phone and found text messages she did not like, so she shattered a mirror belonging to Hodges all over his bedroom floor, causing lacerations to his foot, which was now covered in blood.
23-year-old Ashley Lopez is charged with domestic vandalism after she went berserk and threw a toaster and pans on the ground, knocked over a TV, and snapped the handle off a cast-iron skillet passed down to her boyfriend from his grandmother, valued at over $300. Johnathan Sutton says the skillet was a prized possession, and Ashley became upset when she felt he didn’t stand up for her in front of his family. There is currently no update on plans for Thanksgiving and Christmas invitations this year.
Artist Whitney Clanton was at East Side Bowl Sunday when she called to report her boyfriend, 33-year-old Michael Ford, had destroyed a piece of her artwork and returned a bag of clothing to her car, which had now been urinated on. She says she noticed him return to the venue just after 9 p.m. and destroy a piece of artwork, which had been in her car but was now broken across the parking lot. As she further looked into her car, she found a bag of her clothes which was at his house had been returned to her and urinated on. A warrant for Ford’s arrest was issued, and he was booked on the charge on Tuesday.
Brian Reed told Metro Nashville Police that his girlfriend, 20-year-old Julia Krogh, sent him a text message to come home and move out when she found out he was cheating on her. He arrived at the Antioch residence and found her armed with his gun. An altercation ensued, the two wrestled, and he eventually took control of the gun, but not before she punched him in the face and shattered the screen of his phone. During questioning, Krogh told police she “got violent” and admitted to punching him and throwing his phone because she knew he was recording.