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34-year-old Mykayla Clemons had a domestic dispute with her girlfriend, Yarlonda Williams, at Gale Lane on December 16th. Williams advised officers that Clemons was demanding $15 and became aggressive, shoving her. The argument escalated in the apartment complex parking lot when Clemons pulled out a black handgun and waved it around, telling Williams, “I’ll kill you! Clemons left before the officers arrived. However, Clemons drove back to the apartment complex when they were speaking with Williams. Clemons told officers that she did not have a gun on her or in her car but had a pistol magazine protruding from her right pocket. She insisted that they search her vehicle. So they did, and an all-black handgun was found. Then, Clemons stated that when Williams refused to give her the $15 she owed, Williams and her brother began to beat her up, so she came outside and broke Williams’ windows with the pistol magazine because she was making her feel small. Clemons was taken into custody for vandalism and aggravated assault.
Mykayla Clemons was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on December 16th, charged with vandalism and aggravated assault. A judicial commissioner set her bond at $12,000.
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