The Blotter

• Officers responded to a complaint about a juvenile on Dodge Avenue. When they arrived, a woman told them a neighbor child threw cookies and onions at her son, hitting her house. Officers spoke with the child and his mother, who said the two boys had argued. One threw shoes at the other’s house, and the other responded by throwing cookies. The boys were made to clean up the mess. Officers did not observe any property damage.

• An officer on patrol observed someone inside the locked gates of Bonaventure Cemetery. With an off-duty Thunderbolt police officer, he approached the cemetery and entered. A man came out from behind the bushes and raised his hands in the air. He said three more people were hiding in the wooded area. The officers asked the other three to come out, but they never did. The man was arrested and charged with criminal trespass.

• A man walked out of a Broughton Street restaurant into Broughton Lane. As he attempted to retrieve his cell phone from his car, he was approached by two men. One pointed an automatic pistol at him and the other placed a hard object, which he believed was a pistol, at the back of his head. One of the man said, “Give me what you got,” and the man handed them his wallet.

• A Montgomery Cross Road motel clerk called to report that a woman was beating and dragging a juvenile. When the officers arrived, the woman said her son ran from their room and into the office because he was afraid she was going to hit him. The woman said she had not hit her son and did not intend to. She said she was only trying to get him to stop jumping on a bed and making noise. She said her son would not come when called and her boyfriend had to bring him back to the room.

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