GREENWICH, Conn. A 14-year-old Greenwich boy was charged with disorderly conduct Sunday after, police said, he locked his parents out of their Armstrong Court apartment.
The teens parents told police he had left the apartment Saturday and had not come back. On Sunday, the teens mother saw him in the apartment complex and chased him, trying to get him to come home. He then came back to the apartment, police said, and locked the family out while his 8-year-old brother was still inside. He also stuck a kitchen knife into the keyhole so no one would look through it. The parents were able to get onto their balcony through a neighbors apartment and open the door, police said. The teen was released on a juvenile summons to appear in court Tuesday.
Also from the Greenwich Police Department:
A 15-year-old Greenwich boy was charged with breach of peace Thursday after confronting another student at school who had taken issue with the boy's friend. The teen told police he punched the student after confronting him on school property because he believed the student had a problem with his friend. The teen was released on a juvenile summons and is scheduled to appear in court on Nov. 1.
A 17-year-old student was arrested at Greenwich High School Monday after staff found him with marijuana and drug paraphernalia, police said. The teen was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, illegal possession of marijuana and manufacturing/distribution of drugs. He was being held on a $1,000 bond and is due in court on Nov. 2.
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