A 17-year-old Greenwich boy has been arrested on charges that he fought with his mother, kicked in a door of their home and tried to prevent her from calling 911 for help, according to Greenwich Police.
According to a police report released Oct. 16, the teen is accused of pushing and shoving his mother, kicking in the door to her bedroom where she locked herself in to call 911. The Oct. 5 incident occurred shortly after 11 p.m. and also involved the teen ripping a screen from a window and entering the bedroom where he snatched a cell phone from the woman, according to the report.
The boy was charged with second-degree criminal damage to a landlord's property, disorderly conduct and interfering with a 911 call. He was given a summons to appear Oct. 23 in the Juvenile Matters Division of state Superior Court in Stamford.
An East Elm Street man surrendered to Greenwich Police on Tuesday on charges stemming from a domestic violence incident.
According to a Greenwich Police report, the 42-year-old was charged with third-degree assault, threatening and disorderly conduct in connection with an Oct. 2 incident. Police did not release further details.
The man was released after posting a $1,000 bond and scheduled to appear Oct. 17 in state Superior Court in Stamford.
To protect the identity of domestic violence victims, Greenwich Patch does not identify suspects.