37-year-old Sean Secord faces a felony child abuse charge after disciplining a six-year-old child he was left in charge of on February 11. Secord told police he “lost control” during the incident and “was striking whatever he could since the child was moving around.” The child still had some red marks from the assault a full day after the “discipline.”
Alexis Swearingen says she woke up in her bedroom at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday morning to find that her ex-boyfriend, 19-year-old Andrew Neal Roper, had entered the home and was standing over her while she slept. He had used a code from when they were dating to enter the home. A verbal argument ensued, and Roper became exceedingly upset and kicked and stomped on a floor fan in the bedroom, valued at $50. He fled before police arrived, and a warrant was issued for his arrest, on which he was booked later that evening.
28-year-old Jasmine Nicole Stafford faces vandalism and felony assault charges after police say woke up her husband, DeCarlos Hooper, by flipping a table at him. Once he was awake and the argument went full throttle, she is accused of striking him in the arm with a large candle and grabbing a knife and threatening him with it, and smashing the screen of his phone. After the fight ended the victim walked out of the house and waited for police to arrive. Stafford was transported to jail.
40-year-old Laqueda Walker was jailed on May 15th, charged with the domestic assault of her son, 19-year-old Tyreik Walker. Police responded to the Cold Drive residence, where the victim told police his mother got mad at him and refused to let him use a television. As the argument escalated, she repeatedly hit him in the head and bit him on the arm. Police documented a busted lip and a bite mark on the victim.
While deputies were at the home of Marie Smith serving civil paperwork on March 28th, she told them about her grandson, 18-year-old Nicholas Smith, who got into an argument with her. She says he “reared his fist back” as if he were going to punch her, but punched the wall instead. She told deputies she was afraid she was going to be punched when it occurred, as he lunged at her. Based on the report, Nicholas was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault. He remains jailed in lieu of a $1,000 bond.
In January, Clarksville Police responded to an assault in progress on Victory Road. A woman told police that 22-year-old Dimeneshia Carter and Eirneschia Carter appears at her door knocking and demanding to be let in. As she opened the door to tell them to leave, Dimeneshia reportedly reached in and punched the victim in the face. The resident was able to shut the door before the assault continued further, and the two fled. Dimeneshia was booked into jail on the open warrant on Monday, charged with felony aggravated burglary. The argument was reportedly over clothing.