Police say 32-year-old Lawrence McClung appeared at his ex-girlfriend’s home on Peachers Mill Road on January 30 and began to bang on her door, demanding to be let inside. She refused to open the door and told him to leave the property. As he was leaving, he began to bang on the victim’s car, which was parked just outside her door. Officers documented approximately $900 in damage to the car’s hood, door, and mirror.
28-year-old Ashley Price was sitting in the middle of Fallow Circle when officers responded to multiple calls about her causing a disturbance in the neighborhood. She was extremely intoxicated and became irate after her mother, Lora Smith, deemed her too drunk to drive and took her keys away from her. Her mother then locked her out of the house, leaving Ashley in the attached garage. Upset she was unable to drive, she vandalized items inside the garage, including stored decorations, and then covered the driveway in items she threw from the garage. She shattered the ring video doorbell in the process. The damage was estimated to be $2,600. A search incident to her arrest revealed a prescription bottle of Phentermine issued to Leo Moody.
27-year-old Rondell Williams was jailed on January 7 after he pushed his girlfriend’s television off the stand, knocking it onto the floor. Not quite done with his argument, Williams jumped on the television, valued at $499, multiple times until it was destroyed. Williams was charged with domestic-related vandalism.
Jasmin Winter says her 29-year-old ex-boyfriend, Khalil Shaqquan Titington, came to her home on New Year’s Eve to collect money from her. After she paid him what he was owed, she shut the door, leaving him standing outside. He banged on the door, demanding to be let back inside, and she refused to answer or acknowledge him any further. He then threw a glass bottle through the glass portion of the door in a rage, causing it to shatter. Officers arrived and he admitted to the vandalism.
41-year-old Dawson Riley Darnell faces vandalism charges after police say he kicked in the door of his girlfriend’s home after she had just helped him move his belonging out of the house. Officers responded to the Mossy Oak Circle address just after 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, where Amy Reynolds explained she had just helped her boyfriend of two years load all of his belongings into his vehicle after they had spent the day arguing. After everything was outside, she locked the door. Moments later, the doorbell rang, and she didn’t answer it as she had no desire to continue the argument. Darnell then kicked through the front door, destroying it and the frame, retrieved his cell phone, and left the property.
45-year-old Robert Hale Wilson was arrested and charged with punching his stepfather, Mike Alexander, in the face and breaking his glasses. Robert told police his stepfather started yelling at him for no reason and pushed him, causing his replacement teeth to fly out. Robert also told police he “flew his arms up to block, and that was how Mr. Alexander’s glasses flew off his face.” Police arrested both of them for roles in the scuffle and charged them with domestic assault.
41-year-old Trinidad Soriada Jurado is charged with vandalism after officers say she took her roommate’s Google Chromebook and threw it onto the ground, causing damage to the plastic and the keyboard of the computer. The victim, Drakkar Cotton, estimates the damage at approximately $200.
Heather Hallett says her 27-year-old husband, Nathan Lee Hallett, started an argument with her on the front porch of their Clearwater Drive home on November 9th. During the argument, she says he demanded her phone, and when she would not give it to him, he grabbed her arm and moved his shoulder to her face while continuing to demand the phone. Heather says she was in fear and was afraid he would hurt her if she didn’t surrender the phone to him. Nathan reportedly forced the phone from her and shattered it on the ground. During questioning, Nathan stated he never put his hands on his wife, and he must have dropped the phone during the argument but never threw it on the ground.
33-year-old Terry Bailey Nix is charged with vandalism after his wife says he took her phone during an argument and threw it, which caused it to no longer function. Officers interviewed Terry Nix, who admitted to throwing the phone. He was transported to booking and charged with vandalism.
Police say 19-year-old Na’Shari Andrea Blackwell used a hidden key to enter the home of her ex-boyfriend, at which time the victim, Kavarius Moody, attempted to push her back out of the door. As they moved outside, police arrived and observed Moody fleeing from Blackwell. Blackwell reportedly punched and scratched Moody’s face and neck. She also broke a bedroom window inside the home. She claims she was just there to get her things. She is charged with domestic assault and vandalism.
Police say 22-year-old Devon Anthony Barker got into a verbal argument with his girlfriend, Aaliyah Burney, and vandalized her car as she was leaving the residence. She says Devon jumped on top of her Nissan Rogue as she was leaving. He punched the roof and windshield, leaving a dent and a crack.
Megan Walker says her 24-year-old boyfriend, Larico Tramain Marquez Hill, was in a verbal argument with her when she demanded he leaves her home. She says he then grabbed her by the hair and pushed her to the ground, and hit her. During the struggle, Hill also pushed in the back door of the apartment, damaging the door frame. She was able to call 911, and Hill fled the apartment.
24-year-old Payton Danielle Brown is charged with vandalism after she took the phone of the woman who is charged with stalking her (Niosha Vance) and throwing it, causing it to be damaged beyond repair.
22-year-old Zykerious Law (AKA Zy Capone) is charged with vandalism after the mother of his children, LaMerian Sanders (AKA Dimplez), says he punched and broke out a window of her vehicle. She says she arrived home, and the two were in a verbal disagreement for about a half-hour before he smashed the window. Officers located Law as he was leaving the scene and took him into custody. He had a fresh scratch on his forearm, presumably from the window.
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.
23-year-old Lanautica Danielle Smith was jailed this week on an outstanding warrant from 2019 charging her with vandalism and interference with an emergency call. The 24-month-old warrant details that Lanautica was in a verbal altercation with her mother, Tonya, about removing items from her home. Tonya stated she was going to call 911, and Lanautica reportedly grabbed the phone out of her hands and smashed it on the ground. A warrant was issued for her arrest as she fled the scene before police arrived.
19-year-old Nicholas Livingston Young is charged with vandalism after his mother, Melissa Young, says he aggressively broke an exterior basement door off the hinges and stomped up and down on it before fleeing in his gold Cadillac. Police responded to the Buck Drive residence just after 6 p.m. Sunday and learned the vandalism occurred after he got into an argument with his mother, which put her in so much fear she eventually locked herself and two smaller children in a bedroom for their own safety.
31-year-old Jasmine Renee Jenkins-Polk was jailed on August 29th, charged with vandalism. Officer Knoblock responded to a call just before 8 a.m., during which her boyfriend reported she had vandalized his black Dodge Charger. Officers documented the damage to the vehicle, where she had beaten the bumper with a wooden baton and also bent the license plate.
27-year-old recording artist TeeWhy (Tyriese Lamaine Antonio Hairston) & estranged wife, 27-year-old Corrianne Kelley, were both jailed in Clarksville this week after they smashed each other’s car windows out, and she reportedly punched him in the face.
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.