Mohamed Kadi threatens Airbnb guests after creeping by in his car

Mohamed Kadi threatens Airbnb guests after creeping by in his car

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27-year-old Mohamed Kadi was taken into custody for vandalism, evading arrest, and resisting arrest on March 12th. A party called the police regarding an individual, later identified as Kadi, driving past their Airbnb on Sigler Street, parking, and then staring at them. They explained that one group member went to speak to him, during which he became angry, exiting his car with a hammer and walking toward them. Then, after a brief argument, Kadi turned his attention to Jeanette Knox’s car and started vandalizing it before fleeing. While officers spoke with the party, Kadi began yelling at them from a nearby street but walked away as the officers approached him. The officers then drove and caught up to Kadi on Music Circle North, where they ordered him to stop so they could speak with him, but he continued to run away until they threatened to taser him. Then, while they were attempting to detain him, he became actively resistive, forcing them to wait for backup to get him to the patrol car.

Mohamed Kadi (MNPD)
Mohamed Kadi (MNPD)

Mohamed A. Kadi of 7 Music Cir N in Nashville, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on March 12th, charged with evading arrest, resisting arrest, and vandalism. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $3,000, and the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office gave him pre-trial release from their facility.

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