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32-year-old Dominic Eugene Lambert has now been arrested three times within 48 hours. We first covered him earlier this week when he continued to call, text, and harass Morgan Heath-Powers, who has an active order of protection against Lambert. The order of protection was granted after hundreds of calls, texts, and emails when he expressed a romantic interest in her, and she advised him she did not feel the same way.
After he posted a $2,000 bond on the initial arrest, he emailed her several more times, one of which talked about his new arrest and jail experience, “Thanks for that! I made new friends, had a new experience, got free food, and entertainment… it was pretty nice! I still adore you just as I have since I first met you and told Rohan I thought I might marry you.” He was then taken into custody for once again violating the order of protection and released on a new $3,500 bond.
While he was jailed this second time for violating the no-contact order, he used the recorded jail phone to call her five more times. Once that report was processed, a new warrant was issued for his arrest, charging him with aggravated stalking. He was arrested for the 3rd time late Wednesday afternoon on the felony charge and released on a new $10,000 bond.
Dominic Eugene Lambert of Cahaba Dr in Wylie, TX, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on December 7th, charged with aggravated stalking. He was also booked on December 6th and charged with an order of protection violation. At the time of both of the arrests, he was out on a bond for another order of protection violation. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $10,000 for the aggravated stalking and $3,500 for the second order of protection violation. He was already free on a $2,000 bond from the initial order of protection violation.