Zaria Bibbs bear sprays man, threatens to have family & friends come for him

Zaria Bibbs bear sprays man, threatens to have family & friends come for him

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23-year-old Zaria Bibbs was jailed after spraying her nephew’s father with bear spray. Zaria’s nephew was out to eat with his mother, Brianna, and his father, Corey Boyd. Shortly after dinner, Brianna received a call from her sister Zaria stating that she would not hang out with Corey. While on the phone, Zaria began to threaten Corey, saying she would shoot him and have her dad kill him. Brianna stepped out of the vehicle, leaving Corey and LC, her juvenile son, in the backseat. A few moments later, Zaria pulled up in the parking lot and sprayed bear spray through the driver’s side window that was already rolled down.

While spraying the car, she told Corey she had other cars en route to help her. Although Corey was in pain and couldn’t see properly, he drove out of the parking lot to avoid any further issues with Zaria. He then drove home to Marquin Drive, where he called the police. The dispatcher could hear Corey and his juvenile son in the background, “coughing and having problems breathing.” While police spoke with Corey, he constantly wiped his face with sanitizing napkins. The blood vessels in his eyes were large and inflamed. Some type of dried residue was also observed on the dashboard and driver’s window of Corey’s vehicle. The officers asked LC how he was doing, and he replied, “Good, my eyes are clean.” He didn’t appear to be in any discomfort.

Zaria Bibbs (MNPD)
Zaria Bibbs (MNPD)

Zaria L. Bibbs of Partner Way in Nashville, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on September 12th, charged with domestic assault with bodily injury and assault. A judicial commissioner set her bond at $3,000.

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