A 14-year-old boy allegedly used a stun gun during a fight to avenge a beating from weeks ago, police say.
A woman reported that the boy used a stun gun on her 15-year-old daughter and another 15-year-old girl during a fight Monday evening at Confederate Park in Rock Hill.
The boy and an unidentified male approached the girls in a confrontational manner, according to a Rock Hill Police report. The suspect allegedly used a stun gun on a 15-year-old girl’s leg, then pushed her and kicked her.
The girl fought back, striking the teen in the face, police say.
The teen admitted to police that he used the stun gun. The incident occurred because of a fight that reportedly happened weeks ago, involving the same teenagers, the report states.
The suspect had four Tramadol pills on him, police say. He told police his mother gave them to him for his headaches. His mother told police she did not give her son any medication.
The suspect said he gave the stun gun to his accomplice who fled. The teen said he did not know where the other male lived.
The 14-year-old who police say used the stun gun and a 15-year-old female were charged with assault and battery third degree on a juvenile summons. The suspect also was charged with possession of a schedule 4 drug for the Tramadol.