Chris Bostick, the well-known owner of area Carnival Kia automobile dealerships, has been indicted by a Williamson County grand jury on two misdemeanor counts of domestic assault. He is scheduled to be arraigned in a hearing on Jan. 28 before Circuit Court Judge James G. Martin III.
On Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012, Brentwood police were dispatched to the Bostick home on Princeton Hills Drive.
According to court documents, a verbal altercation occurred between Chris and his wife Dessie. He asked his wife to leave. While leaving, he allegedly slammed the door on her, causing it to strike the right side of her face and leave a visible knot. When she reached for her phone to call police, he allegedly knocked the phone from her hand.
She then drove to the Brentwood High School parking lot where she met police, who returned with her to the residence. According to police, Chris Bostick had already fled the scene on foot, but Dessie Bostick escorted the officers to the bedroom where an AR-15 rifle and handgun were found. The police report states that multiple safes containing more firearms were at the residence, but Dessie Bostick didn’t know the combinations.
Chris Bostick surrendered to Brentwood police the next morning.