A Cedar Park man is blamed for harming a 13-year-old kid riding by on a dirt bike by shooting paintballs at him, as indicated by a capture sworn statement.
Glenn Scott, 56, was accused of damage to a kid, a third-degree lawful offense deserving of as long as 10 years in prison.
The kid’s dad told police at 2:14 p.m. on Aug. 14, as indicated by an oath discharged Friday. The youngster had been hit by two paintballs in the bicep and in the back that gave him welts and made him bleed, the sworn statement said.
It said he told police, a man — later distinguished as Scott — had turned out on his entryway patio and shot him. Scott told police during a telephone meet on Oct. 22 that the youngster had passed by his home in the 1900 block of Little Elm Trail and he had hung tight for him to pass by again so he could shoot him with the paintballs, the archive said.
Scott told police the youngster had nearly harmed his dog, yet the testimony didn’t give more subtleties. Scott likewise told an official that in the wake of bringing his canine inside the house, he said to himself “if that bastard comes around once more, he’s going to get it,” the sworn statement said.
At the point when the youngster rode by again Scott said he took shots at him with a paintball weapon conceivably multiple times, as indicated by the testimony. It said Scott told police “I heard him shout, and I was exceptionally satisfied that he shouted.”
Scott was discharged from the Williamson County Jail Thursday with bail set at $10,000.