Teen soldier charged with assault after a woman told his wife he was texting her daughter

19-year-old Kyle Bliss was charged with aggravated domestic assault when a woman’s mother called his wife to tell her he was texting her daughter. His wife said he grabbed at their baby and put her in a rear chokehold, he said it was a bear hug.

On June 2nd, Clarksville Police Officer Daniel Smith was dispatched the Planet Fitness parking lot located at 1600 Fort Campbell Boulevard in response to a domestic that had already occurred. According to the affidavit, Allie Bliss told officers another woman’s mother had contacted her to confront her about Kyle texting her daughter. When Mrs. Bliss questioned Kyle, he denied the accusation and an altercation ensued.

Kyle Bliss (MCSO)
Kyle Bliss (MCSO)

Allie also claimed Kyle had grabbed their child by the onesie and when Allie grabbed the little one back, Kyle began punching her and throwing her around. Ultimately Kyle restrained her in a rear chokehold and when she fought free, she took the child and fled. When officers questioned Army soldier Kyle Bliss at home, he told them he had only pushed his wife to “defend himself” from being called names. He also denied strangling her but admitted to bear-hugging her.

Kyle Bliss was arrested and charged with aggravated domestic assault. His bond was set at $10,000.

Trish Butler

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