26-year-old Patrick Conquest was arrested twice within two days this month. On October 9th he began arguing with his roommate, from separate rooms within the same house, over social media, transitioning over several platforms during the argument, with both text and audio messages, including “we can scrap!” He escalated to using racial slurs against his roommate, Vincent Mendoza, then entered his bedroom and struck him with a broom, and knocked down the TV.
Conquest went to jail, and posted a $3500 bond, only to be arrested again 12-hours later when police responded to another disturbance at the home and found Conquest was violating both the conditions of his bond, and an order of protection, which was granted. He then posted $2500 more in bail and was released.
33-year-old Vonzell Bryant was charged with kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon, criminal contempt for order of protection violation, and aggravated burglary after he followed his ex into her home and trapped her with a knife.
21-year-old Timothy Powell was charged with domestic assault with bodily injury and violation of protection order when he used physical force to keep his girlfriend from leaving the bedroom.
30-year-old Carlton Shelley was charged with theft of property and violation of his order of protection when he went to his ex-girlfriend’s house and stole her MacBook.
33-year-old Gabrielle Bailey was charged with aggravated assault, violating an order of protection, and bond forfeiture after throwing gasoline onto a man’s vehicle while in the parking lot of a North Nashville tire shop in an attempt to burn him.
47-year-old Michael Short was charged with violation of an order of protection and domestic assault after attacking his girlfriend while at Hadley Park. Although the woman remembers being attacked by Short, she was unable to recount the incident from a week before.
24-year-old Qkarika Cochran was charged with domestic assault after punching and kicking her boyfriend because he mentioned going to Mt. Juliet. The attack required him to seek medical attention and he was later transported to TriStar Southern Hills Medical Center.
21-year-old Zakiya Cooper was charged with criminal contempt after violating an order of protection twice by being contracted to work at the same location as her ex-girlfriend’s place of employment. The two parties filed orders of protection against one another after a May incident involving threats and harassment.
36-year-old Russell Bratcher was charged with two counts of a violation of an order of protection and utilization of a worthless check over $1,000. Bratcher’s worthless checks stem from 2018, but the criminal contempt comes from a two separate incidents where Bratcher allegedly liked a picture of his ex-wife to be and gave her a bag including a written note from “daddy”, per report.
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.