Meaghan Cormack charged in assault of boyfriend after instigating & recording their conversation

Meaghan Cormack charged in assault of boyfriend after instigating & recording their conversation

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30-year-old Meaghan M Cormack and her boyfriend, Lewis Owenby, left Broadway late Friday night and were headed back to their Antioch Home when they stopped at a Nashville Fire Station, where police found them in response to a domestic disturbance call, just blocks from their residence. Lewis was driving her car, and police say both parties had been drinking heavily throughout the night. Meaghan believed there “might be issues between then” and began to record their conversation on the ride home. The audio recording revealed she provoked the victim as he yelled for her to stop. He says she continued to attempt to grab the steering wheel from him and take control of the vehicle from the passenger seat. She then reportedly began to assault her boyfriend on his face, leaving fresh marks and cuts which were documented by officers. Officers determined Meaghan Cormack to be the primary aggressor and took her into custody, charging her with domestic assault.

Meaghan Cormack (MNPD)
Meaghan Cormack (MNPD)

Meaghan M. Cormack of Kaeden Pointe Court in Antioch, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on August 20th, charged with domestic assault with bodily injury. A judicial commissioner set her bond at $15,000. She is free after posting bond.

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