A mother called police after her son had what she described as “hormonal issues.”
According to the mother, she and her son had been arguing about baseball practice and her son’s girlfriend. The mother said her son would not focus on his academics and baseball while he was “engrossed” with his girlfriend. The mother became angry when her son skipped baseball conditioning and a physical confrontation ensued.
The son said he did not want to play baseball and had received text messages from his mother saying he was in trouble for skipping conditioning. When he arrived home, his mother allegedly grabbed his phone and threw it against the table. The son said he felt he could not talk to his mother and that she was being selfish for being more concerned about baseball than him. The son said he was upset because his longtime girlfriend had broken up with him. The son admitted getting in his mother’s face. When he did, his mother grabbed him by the throat and pushed him away.
Both parties denied being injured during the confrontation. Mother and son were counseled and separated.
Other recent incidents investigated by Auburn Police include:
• 911 hang up on Oak Ridge. Police temporarily detained an armed homeowner while investigating the 911 call.
• harassing phone calls on Wages Road. The complainant asked police to issue a verbal warning to another man who had made threatening phone calls to his residence. The complainant did not wish to press charges.
• criminal trespass on Auburn Park Drive. A man reported that someone had caused a long scratch on the passenger side of his vehicle.
• harassing phone calls on Overlook Court. A woman reported receiving numerous calls of a non-threatening nature from several different numbers.
• damage to property on Sixth Avenue. A vehicle was keyed and had trim removed from all but one panel of the vehicle.
• threats on Union Grove Church Road. A teenage boy called police after receiving threatening text messages from another teen.
• domestic dispute on River Trace. Police were called after two juveniles argued over a straightening iron.
Arrests made by Auburn Police this past week include:
• Arias Martin Nicandor, 47, 316 Carter Road, Auburn, probation violation.
• Jessica Patrice Eldridge, 31, 316 Carter Road, Auburn, obstruction and disorderly conduct.