Disorderly Conduct Leads to Teen's Arrest

By: Caroline Gonzmart Email
By: Caroline Gonzmart Email

Officials released reports about a teen who called police Monday evening (11/1) saying his mother would not 'give him his money.'

When a Bainbridge police officer answered the call, they say the juvenile began to call him names and threaten him.

Officers say the teen was arrested and placed in a patrol car, where he attempted to kick out the window .

Police say the teen was taken in for booking and placed in a holding cell. They say, when they came back, the teen had kicked his cell door open and escaped.

Police found the still-handcuffed teen running near Martin Luther King Jr Dr., and arrested him again.

He was taken to Decatur County Jail. The case is still under investigation.


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  • by Anonymous on Nov 6, 2010 at 06:24 AM
    what an ignorant child. parents shouldn't spoil their kids so much either. they get used to it and once you take it away, this is how dumb they act.
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