Antione Moore punches his baby mama in nose multiple times while holding their child

Antione Moore punches his baby mama in nose multiple times while holding their child

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21-year-old Antione Moore was involved in a domestic altercation with the mother of his child, Little Boyd, at their Riverchase Boulevard apartment residence at 5:28 p.m. on June 27th. When officers arrived on the scene, they spoke with Boyd, who stated that Moore had assaulted her after an argument. Boyd informed them that the argument began after Moore had canceled her Airbnb reservation for her stay in California next week. Moore entered the room, covered Boyd’s head with a blanket, and took her phone. Boyd claims that Moore went outside with her phone and threw it on the ground, shattering the back panel and denting the corner, making the phone malfunction. Boyd then stated that she and Moore then wrestled each other outside, where he then punched her once in the face on her nose bridge. Moore immediately returned to the apartment complex to retrieve their infant son, resulting in another argument; however, this time, it was over the child. Boyd stated she was pleading for Moore to return her son as he was holding the child incorrectly and with improper care that could injure him. As Boyd reached out to obtain her son out of Moore’s hands, he then punched her two more times in the face. Officers spoke with several witnesses on the scene who stated that the infant child’s head and neck were not secured, and the child was being held in a manner that could have hurt him. Moore then proceeded to flee the location before officers arrived. However, he was found that same day and was taken into custody for child endangerment and domestic assault.

Antione Moore (MNPD)
Antione Moore (MNPD)

Antione D. Moore was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on June 27th, charged with child endangerment, domestic assault with bodily injury, and vandalism. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $7,500.

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