On Monday, Oct. 7, a woman called police to Ellis Street for problems with her teenage son.
The woman said her son was giving her a hard time about playing video games. Because he would not listen to her and get off the games for a while, she took away the controllers. The 14-year-old became upset with her and started to argue with her.
When she refused to give back the controllers he became more upset. Unable to calm him down, she called police.
Police spoke to both parties and advised them how to better deal with disagreements. Both mother and son agreed they to try and handle arguments differently in the future.