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22-year-old Dorian Davis was jailed this week on an outstanding warrant charging him with beating his grandmother, Maude Northington, with a broomstick on December 29th before punching her in the face multiple times. The victim states she was informing Dorian that he was 22 years old and it was time for him to leave the house. Upset at the suggestion, Dorian reportedly began beating her with a broomstick and a block of wood, striking her in the head and neck. After those were taken from him, he assaulted his grandmother with punches to the face. She was able to use a taser on her grandson, but she said it didn’t stop him. As she was calling 911, Dorian fled the residence.
Dorian Rjr Davis was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on January 25th, charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $20,000.