29-year-old Deidre Kyzer had a domestic altercation with her sister, Kathryn Kyzer, at their family home on Gordon Lane in the early hours of February 8th. When the officers arrived, they spoke with Kathryn, who advised them that her sister had been throwing away items belonging to their parents and was arguing with them about it. Then, Kathryn started throwing Deidre’s items in the hallway, trying to get her to understand what she was doing to her parents. This caused Deidre to push Kathryn in the chest and into the wall. Kathryn said that she pushed Deidre back to get away from her. Their parents, who witnessed the incident, corroborated Kathryn’s statement. Deidre stated she was not trying to put her hands on Kathryn and was trying to get her to stop touching her things and entering her room. Deidre Kyzer was taken into custody for domestic assault.
37-year-old Diana Marie Rivera had a domestic disturbance with her husband, Ramon Ramirez Rivera, in the early hours of January 24th. Officers were dispatched to Century Farms Hospital, where Ramon reported that his wife struck him four times in the face and five times with a cell phone. This resulted in multiple scratches on his ears and face. Then, Ramon said Diana also destroyed two side view mirrors on his pick-up truck. Many Melgar Marcia witnessed Diana destroying the mirrors on Ramon’s vehicle. Officers observed the injuries, and his ripped shirt was consistent with a struggle. Mrs. Rivera was taken into custody for vandalism and domestic assault on February 9th.
26-year-old Shontarrius Word had a domestic incident with his ex-girlfriend, Miracle Sledge, at her residence on Mountain Valley Drive late February 8th. Sledge stated that she and Word argued because he demanded that she make him something to eat. She then went to her son’s bedroom to pack. Word followed her and asked why she was packing before slapping the back of her head two to three times. She exited the room to get her cell phone charger and told him not to be loud because he would wake the kids. Then, she had her hand on the bedroom door frame when he said, “F*ck you, you are going over to that n*gga’s house,” and slammed the door a couple of times on her hand, leaving a small cut on her right middle finger. She called the police, and Word left the area. Word returned as she was being transported to the hospital for medical attention, but initially did not provide his information, claiming to be her friend. Then, Word said he never assaulted her, but she hit him. Officers deemed him as the primary aggressor, and Word was taken into custody for domestic assault.
23-year-old Oluwanifemi Albert Fadero had a dispute with his roommate, Philip Olapade, at their shared Dr DB Todd Jr Boulevard residence on the morning of February 8th. Olapade reported that he and Fadero argued over cleaning the apartment. Fadero then grabbed and forced Olapade out of the apartment onto the second-story balcony, nearly causing him to fall. During this time, Olapade’s phone fell out of his hand and hit the ground, damaging it. Then, Olapade left to get the police. Officers spoke with Fadero when they arrived, and he confirmed Olapade’s statements, admitting to forcing him out of the house in anger. Olapade did not wish to prosecute for the incident. Due to his admission, Fadero was taken into custody for domestic assault.
20-year-old Devion Wendell Devonte Sanford had possession of Burton Verner’s black Range Rover on Welworth Street in the early hours of February 8th. Officers were dispatched regarding a suspicious vehicle parked in the backyard of an abandoned property. The front door had no trespassing signs from the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office. Sanford exited the Range Rover and walked away when the officers arrived. The tag showed that the vehicle was reported stolen out of Brentwood. Sanford was detained, and the keys to the car were found on his person. He admitted to knowing it was stolen but insisted that he did not steal it. Sanford was taken into custody for theft of property.
25-year-old Tatyana Burgess was taken into custody for three counts of theft on February 8th. On April 25th, 2023, Burgess stole $520 worth of merchandise from Academy Sports on Gallatin Pike North and fled before officers arrived. Then, on December 21st, 2023, Mark Wagner, a loss prevention officer, observed Burgess and an unknown individual walk into the Old Navy at Tanger Outlet Mall on Cane Ridge Road, each carrying a bag. Then, Burgess took clothes off the shelves and brought them to the unidentified individual so they could place them in their bags. Once the bags were filled with $1,854.54 worth of items, they walked past the points of sale and left the location. Then, on January 2nd, Burgess and two others, one female and one male, entered the GAP at Tanger Outlet Mall. Burgess walked around the store removing security tags and handing clothes to the male, who concealed them in a blue plastic bag before they left without paying. Officers used store video footage, TN DL pictures, and Facebook to help identify Burgess. Burgess has a history of shoplifting charges in multiple states.
22-year-old Noah Ray McWilliams entered Rolanda Amos’ residence without permission on February 8th. A maintenance man working at the location witnessed McWilliams enter the residence. Once inside, Rolanda Amos observed McWilliams in a bedroom of the home. Amos then yelled at him to leave the home before running outside and calling the police. Around 20 minutes later, officers arrived and spoke with Amos, who advised that McWilliams was still inside. Officers located him in the rear bedroom on the first floor. There were no signs of damage or theft. McWilliams did not have valid identification and did not qualify for a citation, so he was taken into custody for aggravated criminal trespass.
38-year-old David Lee Torres had a domestic altercation with his wife, Catrina Ramos, and her mother, Elida Ramos, at their shared Westchester Drive residence on the morning of February 8th. When officers arrived, they spoke with Catrina, who told them that Torres was intoxicated and began to break things inside the house. Catrina said that she went into the living room to lie on the couch, but Torres followed her and flipped the couch over while she was on it. Then, Torres called a friend and started talking about her, so she took his phone. This caused Torres to get angry and push her onto the ground. Catrina’s mother tried to intervene, but Torres pushed her too, placing her in fear of bodily injury. Catrina then tried to get back up, but he pushed her down again, causing an abrasion on her left knee. Torres was taken into custody for two counts of domestic assault.
31-year-old Alec Dockery, singer in 12 South Band, flipped his car after colliding with a parked car on Nevada Avenue in the early hours of February 9th. When officers arrived, Dockery was standing outside his vehicle, and then he advised them that he was unaware of how the crash occurred. Dockery was evaluated by medics and refused medical services. He stated that he was coming from a friend’s house in east Nashville and had two Moscow Mules about two hours before the accident. Officers observed Dockery to be visibly intoxicated during their interview. Dockery then consented to sobriety tests, performed poorly, and provided a breath sample that resulted in 0.169 BAC%. Dockery was taken into custody for driving under the influence.
32-year-old Larry Mark had an incident at the Bridgestone Arena in the early hours of February 9th. When officers arrived, medics advised them that Mark had come up to them, claiming he had been punched. When officers were trying to obtain information, they observed him to be visibly intoxicated and unable to take care of himself. So, medics tried contacting Mark’s friends to get him home. Then, Mark became aggressive with them, so officers intervened and tried to help him find a way home. However, Mark remained uncooperative, so he was deemed a danger to himself and others. Mark was taken into custody for public intoxication on February 9th.