Olivia Kraft-Stalling says she was in an argument with her boyfriend, 31-year-old Quest Jackson, and after it was over he decided to leave the residence to de-escalate. However, a struggle over keys quickly turned into a childish game of “lock you out of the house” and he slammed her arm in a door, resulting in a charge of domestic assault.
21-year-old Hooters waitress Adrieona Washington was jailed this week on an outstanding felony vandalism warrant from May 27th, after she vandalized a 2014 Chevy Impala belonging to her boyfriend, Nikia Robinson. She showed up at his location just after 1 p.m. and was standing beside his car when she called and told him to look outside. He immediately saw her standing beside his car, holding a butcher knife. She proceeded to slash 3 of the tires on his car, and carved “I LOVE YOU” into the trunk.
25-year-old Tanesha Holden is charged with the domestic assault of her roommate, Jaquala Cross. Police say the two were in an argument about the electric bill at their shared apartment and Cross came downstairs to discuss the issue. Once downstairs, she says Holden reached out and placed her in a single-hand chokehold, leaving a small abrasion on the right side of her neck from her fingernails.
Officers say they have identified Dyandria “Shonta Black” Sealey as the person who used the OfferUp app to scam Lelia Burke on the sale of a Playstation before Christmas. They say Sealey accepted $499 via CashApp but never showed up to deliver the Playstion, and never had any intention of doing so. After receiving account data back from both OfferUp and Cashapp, it was determined both accounts belonged to her, with her confirmed phone number and email address, and personal identifying information for the banking portions.
39-year-old Youth Football Coach Dontavious Lee Smith (AKA ‘Coach Tay’) is charged with two counts of domestic assault after his children attempted to intervene during and after an assault on his wife. Smith reportedly assaulted and strangled his 15-year-old son when the child attempted to break up a physical assault between Smith and his wife.
When his daughter, who is pregnant, learned of the assault she came to the residence to confront him and he reportedly hit her in the face, causing her to make the 911 call. Smith had fled the scene when police arrived. He was arrested days later and is now free on a $12,500 bond.
Clarksville Police Department Officer Robert Schohn says he observed 22-yea-old Jonathan Widney speeding on 101st Airborne Division Parkway and conducted a traffic stop.
During the traffic stop for speeding, K9 Officer N. Rodriguez arrived, and Officer Schohn made Widney exit the vehicle and informed him he was going to deploy the K9 for an open-air search after Widney denied consent to search the vehicle previously during the traffic stop. Upon threat of the K9 deployment, Widney admitted there was an ounce of marijuana in the trunk. Widney was charged with felony possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia. His bond was set at $10,000.