October 1, 2023


State Police stated the 17-year-old had a “violent historical past towards police” and three prior arrest warrants.

A Cohasset teen turned himself in Sunday morning after allegedly punching a trooper and fleeing the scene two days prior, in accordance with a launch from State Police. 

The 17-year-old, whose title was not listed within the press launch as a result of he’s a juvenile, was in a automobile that sped previous a State Police cruiser going southbound on Route 3 in Norwell simply earlier than midnight Friday. The trooper stated she ran the plates of the grey Dodge Durango and located that the teenager related to the automobile “has a violent historical past towards police” and three arrest warrants. 

The automobile’s inspection sticker additionally was expired, in accordance with the discharge. 

State Police stated the automobile then parked in entrance of an Audi automobile dealership on Pond Avenue in Norwell when the trooper parked her cruiser and approached the Durango. She noticed the teenager climb into the again of the automobile, together with his mom within the driver’s seat. 

The teenager was requested to step out of the automobile, at which level he tried to flee towards the dealership. The trooper tried to seize the teenager, however he punched her within the face and pushed the trooper away earlier than working away. 

A State Police K9 crew and Norwell Police Division officers got here to the scene to help within the search of the teenager boy, whereas Norwell EMS handled the trooper for accidents to her face.

When the teenager turned himself in two days later on the Cohasset Police Station, he was arrested for assault and battery of a police officer and resisting arrest, in addition to his three prior warrants. 

State Police stated a type of earlier warrants was a probation violation for not charging an ankle monitor bracelet he was required to put on. However the launch didn’t say what the teenager was accused of within the different two warrants. 

An arraignment will happen on the Hingham District Courtroom, although officers didn’t give a date.