21-year-old Charles Stafford is charged with the domestic assault with bodily injury of his girlfriend, Quinn Robbins. Police say the couple got into an argument Saturday, and Charles threw a glass of water on the victim, and a slice of pizza at her face, leaving a visible injury which police documented.
Stafford remains jailed on a $1,000 bond.
18-year-old Belmont University student Asyriah Eubanks was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail overnight after multiple calls from other students in the Patton Hall dorm resulted in campus security responding to a ruckus on the 3rd floor. Eubanks admits that she punched her boyfriend, Derick Staples, in the face, which left a scratch below his eye. She had reportedly noticed messages between Derick and another female on his phone, and he was attempting to explain what the conversation was about, however, she no longer wanted to speak on the matter. Staples reportedly followed her to the 3rd floor, where she resides, at which point she punched him in the face with a closed fist while he was still speaking. Security detained both parties until police arrived. Eubanks posted a $1,000 cash bond.
21-year-old Daweed Malachi Jackson is charged with vandalism after he admitted to taking all of his girlfriend’s clothing he had bought for her while they were dating, placing it in the bathtub, and soaking it with bleach. The damage is estimated to be between $500 – $700. Jackson is free on a $1,000 cash bond.
20-year-old Makirah Ch’inez Hayes is charged with two felony counts of reckless aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after she dumped ice on her boyfriend while he slept on the couch, accused him of cheating, punched him in the mouth, then grabbed a knife which she used to threaten him and her mother, who attempted to intervene, asking her “Do you want some of this?” A commissioner set her bond at $50,000.
23-year-old Cobe Hampton is free on a $1,000 cash bond after causing a scene outside a courtroom earlier this month. Hampton exited the courtroom, and waited in the hallways for his ex-boyfriend to also exit, at which time he became upset and began yelling at him. Security had him leave the area, at which point he again approached the victim outside the courthouse angry and yelling, and had to be detained by security. He is charged with harassment – emotional distress.
23-year-old Roberto Herrera is charged with sexual battery and is free on a $5,000 bond. Police say he came to the home of his ex-girlfriend and requested to come in and “watch a movie”, which she agreed to, but told him she had a new boyfriend, and nothing “sexual” could happen. At some point during the Netflix he decided to chill and laid his head in her lap, and pulled her closer to him when she attempted to get up. She told him she would call 911 if he didn’t stop, however, he then went to her bedroom and got into her bed, where she says he forcefully kissed her and rubbed her. Court records show she told him to leave, and he replied “I understand you don’t want meq, I will leave now”, and left the apartment. The victim says she felt unsafe, even after he left, and then called police.
24-year-old Zachary Riddle is charged with the domestic assault of his girlfriend, Syvashiona Bridgeforth, after a wild incident involving him pretending to urinate on her clothes, a potential breakup, him pouring a seltzer on her back, and her assaulting him with a pair of scissors. There’s also a crazy call with his mother you’ll have to click to read the details…
20-year-old Elajah Michell Christian is charged with vandalism after a video reportedly shows her slashing the tires of her boyfriend’s vehicle, and spray painting both passenger-side windows, after refusing to leave his house for over two hours. Her boyfriend, Montanez Knight, confronted her but said he was afraid of getting harmed, and ran back inside the house, dropping his keys in the process. She fled with his keys. She is free on a $1,000 bond.
18-year-old Danielle Johnson is charged with domestic assault after she pepper-sprayed her boyfriend in a Waffle House during an argument.
33-year-old Jenni Terry is charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and false imprisonment after police say she smashed a wine bottle into her boyfriend’s face, pulled him back into the house when he tried to flee, tossed him onto the ground, and then threw what was left of the wine bottle at him as he eventually escaped.