35-year-old Benjamin Kleinfelt is charged with vandalism after he reportedly picked up a cup and threw it into a wall at his ex-wife’s home while he was dropping off their children. The victim says he demanded to speak with her after dropping off the children and began to antagonize her and get in her personal space. As she backed away from him, she says he threw a cup into a wall, creating a hole in the drywall, which was estimated at $100 to repair.
Joseph Trahan is in the middle of a divorce from his 36-year-old wife, Chrystal Trahan. He told police she called early Sunday morning, just after 7 a.m., asking to pick up their child in common and he explained the child was still sleeping and told her no at this time. He then went to take a shower and during that time she used a key she retained after moving out to enter the home and told her to leave when he realized she was inside the home unannounced. An audio recording of the incident captured her threatening to “beat his a–” before she pushed him to the ground, causing him to land on the child. A witness who was also at the residence confirms that Chrystal then pushed Joseph down a flight of stairs before grabbing the child and fleeing the scene.
28-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Benjamin Kern is charged with stalking his estranged wife using an Apple AirTag placed inside the car seat of their child to track her whereabouts. During an interview with police, Kern admitted to placing the AirTag in the car seat. There was an existing military order of protection in place at the time of the incident.