A Maury County, Tenn., couple has surrendered in the assault of music producer Dave Brainard and his friend Deborah DeLoach, reports The Tennessean.
Dustin Carl Hargrove and Nichole M. Hargrove, both of Columbia, both surrendered to Metro Nashville Police on Tuesday, Oct. 6. Dustin Hargrove was charged with felony aggravated assault and misdemeanor assault. Nichole Hargrove was charged with misdemeanor assault.
The couple allegedly struck Brainard and his friend DeLoach with their car during the early morning hours of Sunday, Sept. 27, on Demonbreun near the roundabout in Nashville’s Music Row area.
“The victims reported that Nichole Hargrove got out of the Infiniti and began screaming at Deloach and Brainard,” police said in a press release on Tuesday.
Dustin Hargrove’s bond was set at $7,500 and Nichole Hargrove’s was set at $1,000 on Tuesday.
According to Nashville police, the couple was found through an investigation led by Detective Anthony Chandler, with the aid of tips given to Nashville Crime Stoppers. Chandler made an unanticipated stop at the Hargrove residence on Tuesday, which led the couple to concede their involvement in the assault.
According to police, the Hargroves visited Nashville on Sept. 26 to attend a wedding reception at the Country Music Hall of Fame.
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