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32-year-old Channing Doughtry had a domestic incident with his fiancé, Allison Brooke Hardin, at their apartment on Cabot Drive in the early hours of January 28th. Doughtry called 911, stating Hardin kicked him several times and that he was leaving the scene. When officers arrived, he was not there, and his phone went straight to voicemail when dispatch attempted to call back, so they spoke with Hardin, who was crying, shaken up as she answered the door. She told officers that a day prior, Doughtry said he wished he could “choke” her while walking toward her with his hands in a strangle-like gesture. Then, she said that tonight they had been drinking. During an argument, Doughtry began to yell and curse at her, causing her to fear for her safety. Hardin said that Doughtry approached her while she was on her bed, so she put her back on the headboard, telling him to leave. When he got closer, she kicked him in the chest area three times, causing a scrape on her right shin. Then, she said Doughtry left the apartment, saying he would call the police and get her arrested. Officers deemed Doughtry as the primary aggressor, and he was taken into custody for domestic assault on February 4th.
Channing T. Doughtry of Cabot Drive in Nashville, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on February 4th, charged with domestic assault. He is free on a $1,000 bond.
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