27-year-old Demario Taylor was charged with aggravated assault when someone noticed him dragging his ex through the Vanderbilt campus with his arm around her neck after she broke up with him.
24-year-old Claire Conway is charged with vandalism after she witnessed her boyfriend on Broadway with another woman and later went to his apartment, where he was still with the other woman and drenched his bed and floor with the contents of a wine bottle from the apartment.
63-year-old Fayette Hereford is charged with assault of a healthcare provider who prevented her from leaving the hospital against medical advice. Nurse Katie Crumbly says she was struck in the shoulder by the patient in an elevator. VUPD returned the patient to her room.
19-year-old Navondre Jamal Henderson is free on a $2500 bond after police charged him with stealing two Playstation 4’s from the Vanderbilt Player’s Lounge – and pawning one of them under his own name.
In yet another extreme case of domestic violence this week, Maria Flor Salvador, 41, was stabbed this morning at her Wildgrove Drive residence. She is in critical condition at VUMC. Detectives have been unable to interview her due to the severity of her injuries. Her husband, Eric Lopez, 53, is believed to be responsible and is also hospitalized as a result of self-inflicted stab wounds to his abdomen.
Deanna Petty is charged with aggravated assault (acting in concert) for her role in the June Shooting of Charles Yokley, and employee of San Antonio Taco Company on 21st Ave. South. She is jailed in lieu of an $85,000 bond.
The Board of Nursing has agreed to allow RN Alicia Kisselbaugh to return to work on probationary status as of last month, per a disciplinary report released last week. In November, she presented to work as a Neuro ICU nurse with her eyes rolled back in her head, sweaty, with a flushed face, and tested positive for Fentanyl.
26-year-old James Jian Yin Law admitted to police he held an ice pick to his roommate’s face and testicles, threatening “I’ll cut your balls off!”, when he learned he was being recorded in a conversation about rent.
The man shot outside O’Reilly Auto Parts on Monroe Street this afternoon is identified as Antonio Parham, 26. He is being treated for a critical wound to his chest at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, after he approached the store with a shotgun.
A man was on his way to pick up his girlfriend from Vanderbilt hospital when his car broke down. He called his friend, 31-year-old Joshua Raines Thompson, to come assist. Thompson drove him to Vanderbilt, picked up the girlfriend, and on the way robbed them at gunpoint, and left them at the Joelton McDonald’s.