Nashville Knights of Columbus Family of the Year for 2016-2017 has something new to add to their accomplishments: a felony arrest over Kool-Aid. On Saturday, 08/26, 18 year old Martin Hill was arrested and charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. According to MNPD records, the eighteen year old became angry when a family member drank his kool-aid. Martin Thomas Hill then threw a knife at the victim who drank his kool-aid, striking him in the back of his calf, causing a laceration that required stitches. Nashville’s Cathedral of the Incarnation Council #544 named the Hill Family, the 2015-2016 Family of the Year. Martin Hill posted a $3,500 bond via Free At Last Bonding late Saturday evening, and will appear in court on 09/05 to answer to the charge.
VICTIM STATED THAT THE SUSPECT BECAME ANGRY WITH HIM BECAUSE HE DRANKED THE SUSPECT’S KOOLAID. HE FURTHER STATED THAT THE SUSPECT THREW A KNIFE AT HIM. THE KNIFE STRUCK THE VICTIM IN THE BACK CALF AREA OF THE RIGHT LEG. VICTIM SUSTAINED A LACERATION THAT REQUIRED STITCHES.
Terry Hill Family
Terry and Alice are positively one of the most active families at the Cathedral. Having Terry in charge of anything means that you actually have 2 people working diligently on the task at hand. Terry and Alice are a team and do EVERYTHING together! Furthermore, they dutifully attend everything they can. They organize an annual See’s Candy sale involving the event marketing, product ordering, purchase, order taking and booth sales before and after masses for sales and delivery. They are present for every minute. They have raised over $7,000 for the council and Cathedral Charities in the past 4 years.