23-year-old Destiny Anthony was arrested on October 18th for reportedly harassing her children’s legal guardian, Jamie Porter, on numerous occasions between August and September. Porter spoke with officers on the 25th of August and showed them threatening texts that her niece, Anthony, had sent the day before. Officers were advised that Anthony was angry due to Porter having custody of her children. Texts from Anthony stating, “If I can’t have em none of you b*tchess [sic] ain’t gone have them” and “You n your kids n mines gone die tonight I stamp that hoe” were observed by officers. Porter showed officers Anthony’s texts from August 25th that had her concerned for her safety stating, “I am at your house if I catch you coming out the house I’m sh**ting you dead in your face.” Anthony’s identity was confirmed via Porter as she called her and put her on speaker phone in front of officers. Then, on September 5th, Porter contacted officers again regarding threats being sent from Anthony from a few days prior, stating that she was going to have someone burglarize Porter’s house, even after being told not to contact her again.
23-year-old Jonie Bowen was one of several females who were congregating, waving at passersby in front of The Southeast Motel, which is on the Attorney General’s No Trespass Program due to being known for violent crimes, prostitution, and illegal narcotic distribution, during the evening hours of October 20th. Officer Tulo responded to a complaint call regarding the possibility of numerous female sex workers at Lamar Avenue. Upon arrival, Officer Tulo activated his blue lights and was able to detain Bowen after a short foot pursuit. Bowen denied occupying a room at the Southeast Motel and was observed to be wearing black see-through lingerie, exposing her body parts to the public, as she loitered. Bowen told officers that she was previously charged with the manifestation of prostitution in Dallas, Texas. Officers placed Bowen in custody for criminal trespassing, evading arrest, prostitution, and indecent exposure.
In Nashville, Tennessee Wildlife Resource Boating Officer Joshua Landrum says he noticed a pontoon boat traveling across Percy Priest Lake at 2-3 mph Saturday with no one at the steering wheel. He noticed the two occupants of the boat were seated at the very front of the pontoon boat talking, and 48-year-old Millard Ernest Byrd only returned to the driver’s console after the blue lights were activated on the TWRA boat, at which time he put the throttle in neutral and turned off the ignition. Landrum says the boat operator was obviously intoxicated, and when asked to put on a life jacket, he kept trying to put on a woman’s life jacket, which was much smaller and would not fit him. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests, he was taken into custody on multiple charges.
28-year-old Floyd Franklin, 27-year-old Quanpatrick Rockamore, and 33-year-old Brandon Braswell were charged with two counts of assault after reportedly chasing a person and shooting up an apartment building.
40-year-old Charles Curtis was charged with domestic assault after he accused his ex-girlfriend of sleeping with his brother and punched her in the face.
19-year-old Jonathan Cantu was charged with two counts of domestic assault after police say he punched his aunt and uncle for trying to kick him out of the house.
40-year-old Demario Moore was charged with burglary of a building and theft of property after he was reported with a cart full of tools and caught on security cameras taking the tools from the Methodist University Hospital.
36-year-old Andrea Seymore was charged with domestic assault after she reportedly attacked her pregnant daughter in front of her juvenile daughter, who corroborated the story.
44-year-old Charles Buckmaster was charged with two counts of domestic assault after his wife reported to police that he got angry, hit her, and pushed her daughter over a utility bill.
44-year-old Tyras Watkins was charged with two counts of motor vehicle burglary and two counts of theft of property after reportedly stealing items from two cars and an automotive repair shop before getting caught.