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19-year-old Hess Webb reportedly strangled his lover against the wall after she asked him for help at work. Police spoke to Hess’s girlfriend, Cacie Douglas, who told police that she and Hess both work at the same place, where she invited him to help her on August 10th. An argument for unknown reasons ensued, and Hess grabbed her by the neck. While holding her neck, she said he pushed her against the wall and lifted her off the ground by her throat. She said it caused her to struggle to breathe and caused red marks on her neck. Hess continued to strangle her, and she attempted to reach for her pepper spray. He then threw her to the ground and grabbed the pepper spray. Cacie then fled the residence, and Hess followed her outside. While outside, she said he grabbed her, slammed her on the ground, and sprayed pepper spray in her eyes. After he sprayed her, he left the property, and a witness to the incident, Connor Murray, helped Cacie back inside. Police noted the injuries to her neck and her struggle to talk to them. He was placed under arrest for aggravated assault on August 13th.
Hess O. Webb of Ascot Dr in Antioch, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on August 13th, charged with aggravated assault with strangulation and domestic assault with bodily injury. He is free on a $6,000 bond.