Clarksville man hurls ashtray and blood, coffee table gets flipped during dispute

39-year-old Joshua Donahoo was charged with two counts of aggravated assault and violation of probation after throwing an ashtray at two unidentified individuals during a dispute and then flung some of his own blood onto one of them.

On July 1st, Officer Owens was dispatched to 4340 Lylewood Road in regards to a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, Owens made contact with two unidentified victims at the end of the residence’s driveway. The male and female victims informed Owens that a verbal altercation had occurred between them and Joshua Donahoo. During the dispute, one of the victims had flipped a coffee table out of anger, per report.

Joshua Donahoo (MCSO)
Joshua Donahoo (MCSO)

Donahoo responded to this by obtaining an ashtray and throwing it in the direction of the victims. The man appeared to have cut his finger following the flinging of the ashtray and began to fling blood from the cut onto the face of the female victim. The male victim sustained injuries from the assault, Owens observing a bruise on the man’s neck. Further questioning revealed the abrasion to be caused by the materials inside the ashtray. There was no known domestic history between the three parties.

Joshua Donahoo was arrested and charged with violation of probation and two counts of aggravated assault. His bond was set at $2,000.

Blaine Kellar

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