25-year-old Cole Bradley Young was charged with domestic assault after threatening to harm his wife and himself during an argument while being driven home from the Electric Cowboy.
On November 1st, Clarksville Police Officer Nicholas DeJesus responded to a call for assistance at the residence of 1377 Bruceton Drive. Upon arrival to the scene, Officer DeJesus made contact with Winter Carroll, who stated to the officer that her husband, Cole Bradley Young, had threatened both his life and hers.
According to Carroll, earlier that night she and Young got into a verbal argument in the parking lot of Electric Cowboy. On the way home from the bar, she stated to the officer their argument continued while a friend of theirs drove them home. During the argument, she stated that Young had told her that he would kill himself as well as her. Once the two arrived at their home, Carroll stated that their friend had walked her husband into the house while she stayed outside due to the statements made. She later left for a brief period and upon arrival back at their home noticed his vehicle was no longer there. Officer DeJesus also made contact with Young, who told the officer that they did in fact have a verbal argument, but no time during the argument did he threaten to harm himself or his wife. Due to the statement both parties had made to the officer, Cole Young was deemed the aggressor and taken into custody.
Cole Bradley Young was arrested and charged with domestic assault. He was later released on a $2,000 bond.