Harrington teen arrested after threatening officer with pipe

HARRINGTON – The Harrington Police Department arrested a 14-year-old Harrington juvenile after responding to a verbal domestic dispute in the 400 block of Messick Road.

When police arrived, they located the juvenile in the driveway of the residence and observed the juvenile being disorderly and cursing.  The juvenile was also holding approximately 3-foot long piece of metal pipe and began threatening to hit the officer with the pipe.

The juvenile was ordered several times to drop the pipe but continued to not follow commands of the officer.  After several more minutes the juvenile finally complied with the officers orders to drop the pipe and was then taken into custody.

While in custody, the juvenile continued to be yell and curse at the officers and other family members that were present.  Police transported the juvenile to the Harrington Police Department for processing.

He was charged with one count of aggravated menacing and was arraigned at Justice of the Peace Court 7.  The juvenile was then committed to the Stevenson Juvenile Detention Center in default of secured bond.

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