FAIRFIELD, Conn. - The manager of a Mobil Gas Station called police about an argument taking place that could turn violent at the Black Rock Turnpike station on Thursday afternoon, police said.
When officers arrived on the scene, they saw a 38-year-old man chasing a 17-year-old boy in traffic, police said.
According to the police report, the teen had driven into the station in a friend's car and saw the man. The two reportedly have a negative past history, police said. The teen has reportedly trespassed at the man's business and police have been called, police said.
The teen became argumentative with the adult man and ultimately threw a squeegee at the man, hitting him in the chest, police said. This prompted the man to begin chasing the teen in the parking lot and near traffic, police said.
Officers gave the teen a ticket on a charge of creating a public disturbance and sent him on his way, police said.
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