Teen Arrested for Assault and Battery

A local teen was arrested Sunday night following an alleged fight on Cloutman's Lane.

A local teen who has been arrested for three violent crimes in the last three months was arrested by local police Sunday night following an alleged fight on Cloutman's Lane.

Bradley Conrad, 18, of 53 Cloutman's Lane, Marblehead, pleaded not guilty Monday in Lynn District Court to a charge of domestic assault and battery.

At 7:58 p.m., police received multiple 911 calls reporting a loud fight on Cloutman's Lane. When they arrived on scene, the alleged victim reportedly told police that Conrad, who used to live at the residence, entered the home to ask for money for a bus ride to Lynn.

When the request for money was denied, Conrad reportedly "ran at (the victim) and started punching (them) in the face," according to court documents.

After placing Conrad under arrest, police reportedly found the victim's face to be red and swollen from being punched, found defensive wounds on their hands and noticed that Conrad had swelling to his knuckles, indicating that he was the aggressor.

The alleged victim was reportedly transported to Salem Hospital to be treated for injuries sustained during the fight, which spilled out onto the front lawn, according to police.

Several items inside of the home, including a microwave, were reportedly damaged during the incident.

On Aug. 26, Conrad was arrested for his role in an . In July, he was arrested for allegedly He was arrested in March for allegedly threatening to bring a knife to to kill another student and in May for his role in an alleged attempted robbery near .

On Aug. 29, Conrad was reportedly released and placed on probation for the armed robbery arrest, according to court documents.

A judge set Conrad's bail at $500 and ordered that he return to court on Sept. 20 for a pretrial hearing. He had not posted bail by the time court closed Monday afternoon.

Robin September 17, 2012 at 07:01 PM
Current scientific study of the human brain indicates that the adolescent brain is not fully developed/hardwired until they are twenty-five; not four or five like previously believed. Because of this, we as adults need to meet the needs of these young people appropriately. When we see a young adult acting out inappropriately we as a society need to act appropriately. One solution is to: (1) find an approapriate therapist that uses CBT(Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) (2) find a reputable anger management therapist ( try Ernesto at Project Cope in Lynn) (4) Tough Love (Dr. Phil has many useful strategies-contact him (3) involve the young adult in school/work and/or community service. Grown-ups have to step up if we want to decrease the amount/severity of these issues facing today's youth.


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