The Dallas Morning News
Teen accused of waving sword at dad, kicking deputy
A North Texas teenager threatened his father with a sword, threw a chair that hit a toddler and then kicked a deputy who was trying to detain him, authorities say.
Noah Wayne Scott, 17, of Granbury was arrested Tuesday on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, assault of a peace officer, injury to a child and resisting arrest.
Hood County deputies were called to Scott’s home in the 3800 block of Pecan Valley Court, along the Brazos River, about 9 a.m. Tuesday after a disturbance was reported.
Scott had threatened his father, who is 61, with a sword during an argument and also had thrown a chair, which struck the leg of a 2yearold child, the sheriff ’s office said.
The teenager also kicked a deputy’s knee while he was being arrested, authorities said.
No one was seriously injured during the incident, the sheriff ’s office said.
Scott remained in the Hood County jail on Thursday, with bail set at $37,500. Tom Steele