24-year-old Derek Nicholson was involved in a domestic dispute with his girlfriend, Alexis Harman, at High Street on February 5th. When officers arrived at the mentioned location, Nicholson was seen running away into the woods behind the house. Harman made contact with the officers and told them that Nicholson had hit her in the nose. Harman stated this assault was during an argument regarding her phone, leaving her with bloody nostrils. A witness also confirmed that Nicholson struck her in her nose. Officers later learned Nicholson has an active COR with Harman, which he violated by assaulting her. Derek Nicholson was taken into custody and charged with contempt and aggravated assault.
23-year-old Domkaalel Jackson was involved in an altercation with his girlfriend, Erionna Kilgore, at Dotsonville Road on December 27th, 2023. Law enforcement responded to a caller reporting a suspicious person was near their home. Before arriving at the mentioned location, the suspicious person advised that she had jumped out of a vehicle with her 10-month-old child because her boyfriend said that he was going to kill her. Officers arrived and made contact with Kilgore and her child, who had scratches and marks on their elbows and knees. When asked about the injuries that she sustained, Kilgore stated that Jackson hit her several times while he was driving. When Kilgore asked Jackson to stop the car, he told her no and said that he was going to kill her. A separate officer found Jackson’s vehicle and discovered that Jackson was driving on a suspended license. The officer turned their emergency lights on and attempted to stop the car. Jackson refused to pull over, leading to a short-lived pursuit. Domkaalel Jackson was taken into custody and charged with evading arrest, kidnapping, driving under a suspended license, and aggravated domestic assault on February 7th.
24-year-old Tyeisha Pace was involved in a domestic altercation with her boyfriend, Lamont Lockhart, at the Baltimore Drive Townhouses on February 6th. Officers arrived and contacted Lockhart, who stated that he and Pace had an argument that got physical. Lockhart advised that Pace punched him in the face, hit him with a lightbulb, and hit him in the face with a cup containing milk. This led to Lockhart sustaining numerous injuries, including a bruised and swollen lip, a contusion/bruise behind his ear, and marks on his neck. Officers also noted that Lockhart was drenched in milk. When officers spoke with Pace, she stated there was a dispute, but it didn’t get physical. Tyeisha Pace was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault.
32-year-old DeAngelo Richardson was found hiding at Chisum Court after being evicted on February 9th. Officers arrived to serve an eviction order of protection on Richardson. Law enforcement received information that Richardson’s car was still in the garage of his house. Movement was heard inside the house after knocking and ringing the doorbell multiple times. More information was provided to officers that one of Richardson’s phones had its location on and was pinged as inside the home. An officer repeatedly spoke with Richardson on the phone and advised him to answer the door, but he refused. After continuously negotiating with Richardson, the officer eventually got him to open the door. DeAngelo Richardson was taken into custody and charged with resisting arrest and contempt.
20-year-old Diamond Tankard was seen resisting arrest at Alexander Boulevard on February 9th. Tankard called 911 advising that her ex-boyfriend, Davone Starks, was at her residence and had left before officers arrived. The National Crime Information Center confirmed that a COR was on file for Tankard and that she was forbidden from having any contact with Starks. After verifying the COR, Tankard closed the door and refused to open it for officers. Once officers were able to open the door, an officer attempted to take Tankard into custody. Tankard then refused to place her hands behind her back when told to. After a struggle, Diamond Tankard was taken into custody and charged with charged with contempt and resisting arrest. The couple also have a previous history of domestic assault.
33-year-old Chasity Jones was involved in a domestic altercation with her boyfriend, Lawrence McClung, at the apartment on Peacher’s Mill Road on December 27th, 2023. The dispute began with a verbal argument between Jones and McClung. The argument became heated as Jones started punching McClung in the mouth several times. The punches left multiple abrasions on McClung’s lips. McClung was then able to separate himself from her and call 911. Officers later discovered that Jones has an active COR with McClung listed as a protected party. Chasity Jones was taken into custody and charged with aggravated domestic assault.
20-year-old Andrew Sydney Heustis Williams was the at-fault driver in an accident that occurred near Wilma Rudolph and Westfield Court on January 13th. Williams fled the scene before officers arrived, but they were able to identify him. The NCIC confirmed that he had a suspended license for failure to pay fines or costs, active since August 6th, 2023. Williams was taken into custody for leaving the scene of an accident, failing to exercise due care, and driving on a revoked/suspended license on January 26th.
24-year-old Marianna Key was involved in a domestic altercation with her boyfriend, Joseph Copeland, at West Rossview Road on January 6th. The conflict began when Joseph heard the wrench in his motorcycle jacket hit the ground in a separate room. He walked into the bedroom to see Marianna holding his gun to her head. Joseph proceeded to jump on top of Marianna and wrestle the gun away from her, which prompted her to point the gun at him. Joseph was able to get the gun in his possession, but he left the house immediately after. The altercation left minor lacerations to Joseph’s lips.
When officers spoke to Marianna, she stated that she was in the bedroom with the door closed, and Joseph opened the door with a gun in his hand and pointed it at his head. She stated that he then sat the gun down on the bed, jumped on top of her, and grabbed her throat, causing redness in her neck and chest area. Marianna, however, told officers that she never hit Joseph. Due to the inconsistencies in Marianna’s statements and the injuries present on both, officers concluded that Marianna was the primary aggressor. Marianna Key was taken into custody and charged with aggravated domestic assault.
22-year-old Jacquilyne Allen was jailed after police found marijuana in her Evans Road home. Police responded to the Evans Road residence for a domestic violence call. Upon arrival, officers made contact with Jacquilyne Allen and Gacoby Nightingale. Both alleged that a physical assault occurred. However, officers could not determine a primary aggressor due to the pair’s conflicting stories. Nightingale alleged that Allen had punched and kicked him. Allen, however, alleged that Nightingale had thrown her down the back door stairs. Allen had bruises on her legs, and Nightingale had no injuries. While on the scene, officers noticed a bag of marijuana sitting on a table near the couch. Other officers noticed a glass bowl and a rolling tray in the living room. Allen was heard asking Nightingale if he would take responsibility for “the weed.” Neither Allen nor Nightingale claimed the drugs or paraphernalia. Because of this and the conflicting stories, officers placed both Allen and Nightingale in custody. The pair also has a prior history of domestic assault. Jacquilyne Allen was charged with contempt, aggravated assault, simple possession, and drug paraphernalia.
23-year-old Ja’Tavious Starnes was jailed after assaulting the mother of his child, Diamond Tankard, at her Alexander Road residence on December 29th. Officers observed surveillance video of the incident occurring. The footage shows Starnes and Tankard arriving at Tankard’s home and walking to the front door. Within minutes of arriving at the front door, Starnes and Tankard can be heard arguing. Officers then observed Starnes forcefully grabbing Tankard’s phone and shoving her off the porch into the nearby bushes. A check through NCIC showed that Starnes has active conditions of release in Montgomery County, with Tankard being the protected party. Ja’Tavious Starnes was taken into custody and charged with aggravated assault, contempt, out-of-county warrants, and fugitive hold.
25-year-old Tawon Shaw was jailed on December 26th after forcefully pulling down his girlfriend’s undergarments. Police responded to Eagles Nest Lane in response to a violation of Shaw’s conditions of release. Princess Raine advised that she watched her boyfriend of two years pull into her driveway and enter her home with a key he had. She ran upstairs to the bathroom, where he approached her and pulled her sweatpants and undergarments down, exposing her private areas. He continued to pull her pants down, and she believed it was to check if she had been sexually active before his arrival. A search through NCIC showed an active COR, and a warrant for sexual battery was petitioned for. The couple has a previous history of domestic assault as well. Tawon Shaw was taken into custody and charged with three counts of contempt, two counts of aggravated assault, sexual battery, and false imprisonment.
26-year-old E-3 solider Alex Gonzalez violated his conditions of release by messaging his wife on November 18th. Giovanna Pureyra, Alex Gonzalez’s wife, was contacted via multiple phone calls and text messages. Gonzalez contacted Giovanna just three hours after being released for assaulting her. Alex contacting Giovanna violated his conditions of release for the prior domestic assault incident. Alex Gonzalez was taken into custody and charged with contempt on December 5th.
42-year-old Mark Jones was seen illegally hunting big game on Interstate-24 on October 29th. Jones and his 6-year-old son were seen on the road hunting a 5-point whitetail deer and an 8-point whitetail deer using a muzzleloader rifle and a ground blind. Neither Jones nor his son had on orange for safety. Mark Jones was taken into custody on December 8th and charged with contempt.
20-year-old Ayesha Clayborn was involved in a domestic altercation with her boyfriend, Roshaun Anderson, at Trenton Road on October 30th. The couple was observed arguing in a parking lot, but no assault occurred. The couple was involved in a prior dispute leading to Clayborn having a COR, which she violated by being around Anderson. Clayborn was taken into custody and charged with contempt and domestic assault. The couple has a previous history of domestic violence as well.
24-year-old Makhere Benson was involved in a domestic altercation with his girlfriend on November 18th. She reported to law enforcement that Benson put his hands around her neck and squeezed her, which caused red markings. Officers confronted Benson, searched him, and found a Xanax pill in his hoodie pocket. Benson was taken into custody and charged with aggravated assault and simple possession/casual exchange. Benson also has a history of assault, including a prior incident in August of 2023.
20-year-old Cheyenne Evilsizer was seen by police engaging in a dispute with her ex-boyfriend Tyzek McCorkle on November 16th. Evilsizer told officers she was letting McCorkle stay at her home and stated he had been staying for the last couple of days. After officers ran Evilsizer through the NCIC, they discovered that she had conditions of release and was not supposed to have any contact with McCorkle, whom she assaulted at a gas station in March 2023. Evilsizer was taken into custody and charged with contempt- violation of COR.
21-year-old Aminah Perkins was booked on November 13th for assaulting her ex-boyfriend on Lynwood Circle. Police responded and spoke with Ms. Perkins, who stated that she and Devin Bartlett began arguing while she was picking up their children from his home. She stated that the argument escalated when he shoved her against the porch while strangling her to the point she couldn’t breathe and then dragged her through the yard. Officers spoke with Brenda Neal and James Neal, who were at the residence during the incident. They both said that Perkins began arguing with Bartlett during the child exchange and that she punched him multiple times until he pushed her away. The only injury observed was a small cut on the inside of Perkins’ lip. Due to the lack of evidence and multiple witnesses corroborating Bartlett’s story, Perkins was deemed the primary aggressor and transported to booking. Later, an active COR was discovered on file for Perkins, with Bartlett listed as the protected party.
21-year-old Alexis Short believed that her boyfriend was being promiscuous on November 12 when her mother, Holly Donahue, tried to console her but only made her angrier. Donahue, seeing this, removed her child from the area because everyone involved was intoxicated. Short then began to push her mother and her brother, biting her mother on the hand, leaving a mark. Short briefly left the area before deputies could arrive, but moments later, she returned to the house and was taken into custody but was later released under Conditions of Release. Sometime after, an officer committed a traffic stop. While running her information through the records, they confirmed that she had an active COR prohibiting her from having contact with her juvenile brother. Despite this, her brother was the other party in the passenger seat with her. Short was taken into custody and charged with two counts of domestic violence and a COR violation.
30-year-old Bianca Frias was booked, once again, for violating her COR, which prohibits her from consuming or being in possession of alcohol. On November 7th, officers responded to Silver Fox Lane to find Ms. Frias drunk in a running Honda Civic that was parked in her driveway. Officers were able to easily identify Ms. Frias due to previous arrests. When officers made contact with Ms. Frias, they immediately noticed the odor of alcohol and asked Ms. Frias to perform sobriety tests. The officers reviewed Ring doorbell camera footage that showed Ms. Frias returning home with her four-year-old daughter, proving that she was driving her vehicle while drunk. She was taken into custody, and a warrant for a blood sample was issued. The four-year-old daughter was left in the care of her father. Ms. Frias has a a history of charges pertaining to alcohol.
22-year-old Marcus Simpson was caught spamming the mother of his child, Alyssa-Anne Romero, with threatening messages. Romero constantly told Simpson to end all communication with her but refused and continued sending messages to her. Romero, afraid for her safety and the safety of her child, contacted the police. Simpson was taken into custody and charged with harassment.