18-year-old Warren Cloud punches mother multiple times during argument

18-year-old Warren Cloud punches mother multiple times during argument

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18-year-old Warren Cloud had a domestic dispute with his mother, Hope Hall, at her home on Clayton Avenue on December 26th. As officers arrived, Cloud loaded his belongings into a vehicle in front of the house. He ignored them and continued to reach into his car, so they detained him. Hall emerged from the house and was seen by paramedics regarding pain in her ribs but refused to be transported to the hospital. They were advised that she had called the authorities numerous times regarding Cloud assaulting her or damaging items inside her home. She was referred to juvenile court because of his age, but he is an adult as of December 21st.  Hall informed them she was standing on the porch arguing with Cloud over a glass door he shattered on December 22nd. She stated he slammed the door, causing more glass to fall, and during the argument, he threw a pizza box at her. Hall then threw the box back at him, and in response, he began to punch her in the ribs repeatedly. They spoke with Cloud, who told them that Hall grabbed him around the neck, so he punched her in the ribs in self-defense. She wished to prosecute and obtain an order of protection. He was taken into custody for domestic assault on December 26th.

Warren Cloud (MNPD)
Warren Cloud (MNPD)

Warren H. Cloud of Clayton Ave in Nashville, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on December 26th, charged with domestic assault. He is free on a 2,000 bond.

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