32-year-old Dominic Eugene Lambert has now been arrested three times within 48 hours. We first covered him earlier this week when he continued to call, text, and harass Morgan Heath-Powers, who has an active order of protection against Lambert. The order of protection was granted after hundreds of calls, texts, and emails when he expressed a romantic interest in her, and she advised him she did not feel the same way.
After he posted a $2,000 bond on the initial arrest, he emailed her several more times, one of which talked about his new arrest and jail experience, “Thanks for that! I made new friends, had a new experience, got free food, and entertainment… it was pretty nice! I still adore you just as I have since I first met you and told Rohan I thought I might marry you.” He was then taken into custody for once again violating the order of protection and released on a new $3,500 bond.
While he was jailed this second time for violating the no-contact order, he used the recorded jail phone to call her five more times. Once that report was processed, a new warrant was issued for his arrest, charging him with aggravated stalking. He was arrested for the 3rd time late Wednesday afternoon on the felony charge and released on a new $10,000 bond.
29-year-old Andre Randle-Virgil was booked this week on an outstanding warrant charging him with felony theft of services. Police say he met with Kalvin Marquez, who was selling 8 pairs of Nike Air Jordans. They agreed to an exchange of $2,150 prior to the meeting. Andre handed Kalvin a thick envelope as the shoes were being placed into his car. As he fled the scene, Kalvin realized the envelope contained 100 one-dollar bills. Andre was identified by his license plate and confirmed in a photo lineup.
39-year-old Adam Michael Morris was arrested on December 2nd on West Eastland Avenue in East Nashville for public intoxication. Police say he refused to leave an Uber, prompting the driver to call police. After several attempts, Mr. Morris exited the vehicle but was unable to walk, and he fell directly onto his face, injuring himself when police told him to go to his nearby home. He was taken into custody to prevent further harm to himself, and was transported to booking.
Metro Nashville Police officers working the Entertainment District Initiative on Broadway in downtown Nashville say 36-year-old Mdamed Mohamed was drunkenly attempting to get into multiple vehicles. As officers encountered him, he could barely stand up and could not answer any questions meaningfully. Officers attempted to locate an address to take him home but were unable to do so. He was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
39-year-old Stephanie Hiscock was at her ex-girlfriend’s house on December 4th when deputies served her with an order of protection filed by her girlfriend, Jennifer Roehl. Officers advised her she would have to leave the property or she would be in violation of the order. She was allowed multiple opportunities to leave the property but refused to do so. She was given a final warning to leave or be arrested, and she refused. Hiscock was taken into custody and charged with violating an active order of protection.
21-year-old Adriana Batey was booked this week on an outstanding warrant for failing to be booked on a state citation from 2020. The citation alleges she was trespassing in the gym of Stratford High School at 8 p.m. on a Wednesday with her boyfriend. She stated she came to the school with her boyfriend so he could play basketball in the gym. He was also cited and took care of his citation last year.
19-year-old Gary Henson was involved in a single-vehicle rollover on the interstate late Friday night. First responders report smelling alcohol on Henson as they interacted with him and noted his slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. Henson was “belligerent and extremely uncooperative” with police. He admitted to smoking marijuana and drinking “one beer” just before the accident. Inside the vehicle, officers found a half-consumed bottle of Crown Royal and a baggie of marijuana. Field sobriety tests could not be completed due to his hostility. Henson was transported to booking and charged with the marijuana, possession of a firearm that was found in the vehicle, and driving under the influence.
A Davidson County Grand Jury has indicted 30-year-old Jacky Earl Whaley on two counts of aggravated sexual battery on a child under 13. An indictment alleges that on two occasions in 2019 and 2020, Whaley engaged in unlawful sexual contact with a child born in 2015. He is free on a $50,000 bond, via Grumpy’s Bail Bonds.
23-year-old Dominic Eugene Lambert is charged with violating an order of protection and is free after posting a $2,000 bond. Court records show he met Morgan Anne Heath-Powers at Vanderbilt University, where they became friends, and he eventually showed a romantic interest in her, which wasn’t mutual. She told him to cease all contact, and he continued, even after being served with an order of protection, making further contact illegal. Details in the story…
19-year-old David Tabora is charged with the domestic assault of his pregnant sister, Melissa Tabora, after a rancid situation ended in him pushing her. Melissa says she is currently pregnant and extremely sensitive to smells. She also says her brother David hasn’t been showering regularly. When he entered the kitchen, she covered her nose to avoid getting nauseous. This offended David, who began a verbal argument. Their mother attempted to diffuse the situation, and David began to argue with her. When Melissa began recording with her cell phone, she says David attempted to grab her phone and pushed her one time before retreating to his room.