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29-year-old Gabrielle Hydorn told police her husband hit her after telling her to stop being so loud. She told police after they arrived at the residence on Lebanon Pike on August 8th that she was on the phone with her sisters when her husband, Kevin Hydron, told her to stop being so loud. After the demand, he entered the bedroom, took her phone, and hit her arm and leg. She said she followed him into the living room, hit him in the back of the head, and threw a shoe at him, causing a scratch on his shin. Kevin told police that he asked her to quiet down, then sat on the living room couch. He said that she came into the living room, hit him in the back of the head several times, and threw the shoe at him. Police determined Gabrielle to be the primary aggressor based on the two’s history, Kevin’s injuries, and conflicting stories.
Gabrielle Hydorn was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on August 8th, charged with domestic assault with bodily injury. A judicial commissioner set her bond at $1,000.