Middle school student who assaulted his mother until her nose was broken… “I canceled a 2 million won credit card payment”

A teenage middle school student who assaulted his mother with a weapon for canceling a credit card payment was caught by the police after being shot with a Taser.

On the 27th, the Gwacheon Police Station in Gyeonggi Province announced that it arrested Mr. A (14) as a red-handed offender on charges of special assault.

14-year-old son with autism assaults mother with baseball bat
According to the police, Mr. A is accused of breaking the master bedroom door with a baseball bat at his home in Gwacheon, Gyeonggi Province, at around 9:06 p.m. on the 26th, and assaulting and injuring his mother, Mr. B (50), who was inside the room.

Previously, while shopping online, Mr. A paid 2 million won worth of money with a credit card in Mr. B’s name, and when Mr. B found out about this, he canceled the payment, and it was found that he could not control his anger and committed this crime.

Mr. B, who went into the master bedroom after arguing메이저사이트 with Mr. A, reported to 112 when Mr. A started hitting the door with a baseball bat, saying, “My son is showing violent behavior. He has a weapon.”

When the police missed the Taser, they put it on the body and subdued it.
The police issued Code Zero ( CODE 0, the highest level of emergency in the manual) and immediately responded. The police arrived at the scene at 9:14 p.m. and entered the house. At the time, it was reported that Mr. A was assaulting Mr. B with a baseball bat in the master bedroom.

The police fired a Taser once, but missed, and Group A, who was excited, threatened the police officers with a weapon. Then, the police used the stun function of the Taser gun (which applies an electric shock to the body with the cartridge removed) to subdue Person A.

As a result of the investigation, it was found that Person A, who was diagnosed with level 3 autism, had previously committed similar acts, including threatening his older sister, Mr. C, who is in her 20s.

Group A is 14 years old, past his birthday, and is not a criminal minor (juvenile under the law), so he can be subject to criminal punishment. However, the police decided that specialist diagnosis and treatment was a priority for Group A, so they placed him in emergency hospitalization.

Meanwhile, it was reported that Ms. B suffered injuries such as a fractured nose bone.

A police official said, “The damage from the assault was significant, including a fracture to the victim’s nose, and at the time of the incident, it was an urgent situation where the perpetrator threatened the police officer with a weapon. Even though the opponent was a teenager, he had no choice but to use a weapon.” explained.

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