22-year-old Chandler Maynard was charged with two counts of vandalism and two counts of attempted vehicle theft after security footage revealed them at a local auto lot “peeling” a car and tying “hay bail wire” around the axle of another. He had been on the run for months.
38-year-old Rhoshonda Tyler was charged with vandalism and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon when her boyfriend and his cousin told police that she hit him with her vehicle and lobbed a brick at his car windshield.
18-year-old Moria Bender was charged with vandalism and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after her father reported to police that she whacked him with a clothes iron and smashed potted plants because he couldn’t give her a ride.
25-year-old Charnika Braden was charged with three counts of assault on an officer, two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, vandalism, and resisting arrest after responding officers demand her to get rid of a knife and she chose to throw it towards her sister instead.
28-year-old Chelsea Clark was charged with domestic assault, harassment, and vandalism after she punched her fiance in the face, pulled some of his hair out, punched his TV, and then later blew his phone up while calling from a hotel in Knoxville, per report.
27-year-old Quyane Johnson was charged with domestic assault, vandalism, evading arrest, and contempt after he punched his ex-girlfriend in the mouth as she was trying to move out then attempted to evade police by hiding under a bed when officers were serving his warrant.
29-year-old Lacey Stone was charged with vandalism and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after she shattered a window at her father’s house and cut her girlfriend with a pair of box cutters.
47-year-old Mark Williams was charged with harassment, vandalism, and violating an order of protection after he continued to contact his ex-girlfriend and threatened to kill her, per report.
31-year-old Alicia Holcomb was charged with vandalism, domestic assault, and resisting arrest after a man reported that an argument escalated to her kicking his vehicle and throwing objects that left him with vehicle damage and a knot on his head.
47-year-old Cheryl Sebastion was charged with assault and vandalism after she confronted her apartment office manager about an eviction notice. Police say she threw a desktop computer, tipped a filing cabinet and tried to rip the manager’s clothes off.