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19-year-old Labrya Knott had a domestic dispute with her mother, Bonita Ann Swafford, at Swafford’s Sennadale Lane residence on January 6th. Swafford spoke with officers, advising them that Knott had not lived there for several weeks and was coming to grab her belongings from the house. Knott arrived, refusing to answer the officer’s questions while shouting insults at Swafford, telling her “God is going to take care of you” and to “stand on business and do something.” Then, as she left, she told Swafford, “It’s okay b*tch, you will see what is going to happen.” Officers were dispatched again about an hour later. When they arrived, Swafford informed them that Knott had taken her security camera out of the base and thrown it on the ground, destroying it as she returned for her remaining items. Then, Knott told her, “That is what happens, b*tch,” and poured cat litter over her doorsteps before fleeing. Knott was taken into custody for vandalism on January 30th.
Labrya Knott was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on January 30th, charged with vandalism. She is free on a $1,000 bond.
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