An Auburn man decided to teach his son a lesson after the 23-year-old peeled out of the driveway on the way to court.
The father went to the courthouse and took the vehicle, leaving his son without a ride back to their Glen Terrace home. The father said he took the vehicle because of the way his son had driven it.
Later that day, the son walked home from court and began banging on the door. The father refused to open the door, so the son hit a window causing it to shatter. The son also attempted to enter the home through a garage window, but the father held the window closed and called police. The son left the residence before police arrived.
When police made contact with the son later that day, the son confirmed his father’s account of the day’s events. According to the report, no further action was taken.
Other recent incidents investigated by Auburn Police include:
• domestic dispute on Park Place. Police arrived to find a man screaming and cursing loudly on the phone. Officers determined the man had been in an argument with his girlfriend, but that no physical confrontation had taken place.
• runaway juvenile on Countyline Auburn Road. A juvenile ran away from home after his parents informed him that he could follow the rules of the house or leave. The 13-year-old was later located and returned home safely.
• agency assist on Carter Road. Several animals were removed from a home after officers discovered the residence was littered with feces and animal vomit and was generally unsafe for habitation.