20-year-old Quincy Carter was charged with aggravated assault and false imprisonment after he attempted to keep his girlfriend from leaving when he wrapped his arm around her neck and barricaded her in a home.
On October 9th, Clarksville Police Officer Trisha Beveridge arrived at the residence of 2087 Tynewood Drive in response to a domestic disturbance call. Upon arrival, Beveridge attempted to make contact with Antwanisha Adams by knocking on the door and heard someone yell for help inside of the residence.
When the officer tried to force entry Adams was able to open the door. Beveridge made the first contact with Adams’ boyfriend, Quincy Carter who stated he and Adams were in a verbal argument and it never became physical. When the officer spoke to Adams, she stated Carter had put his arm around her neck and stopped her from leaving the house. Adams also advised Beveridge that during her attempt to leave Carter held their bedroom door closed from the outside, blocked the front door. She also stated Carter held her down on the bed and took her phone from her while she was attempting to contact the police.
Quincy Carter was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and false imprisonment. He was released on a $12,500 bond.