Metro Police say 24-year-old Sharon Heaton was trying to enter an apartment that wasn’t hers on Sunday. The actual resident of the apartment believed someone was attempting to break into their home and called 911. Officers arrived to find Heaton passed out on the ground in front of the apartment door. She eventually regained some awareness, but was still extremely intoxicated and was a danger to herself and others. She refused medical services, and with no one else to care for her, was booked into jail, charged with public intoxication.
Downtown Nashville Nissan called Reggie Pitts on November 17th to tell him a female in a Chevy Malibu had just pulled up and was “destroying” his vehicle at their service center. He immediately recognized the description of the female as that of his former lover, and baby’s mother, 21-year-old Jamya Ashanti Fowler. She had fled the scene by the time the victim and police arrived, however, security footage captured the entire event, showing her striking and destroying multiple parts of the vehicle with various objects. A warrant was issued for her arrest, and she was booked on the felony vandalism charge on 11/23. She is free on a $5,000 bond.