California officer attacked by 16-year-old with scooter, 4 arrested

                A Greenfield police officer was left with a broken nose after being attacked by a teenager while investigating loiting and drinking, Wednesday afternoon.  (Video Player: KSBW 8 Top Stories - July 28)According to police, officers were called multiple times for a group of men and teenage boys hanging around and drinking at an apartment complex on Ninth Street, near Oak Avenue.When police arrived they found five people who all appeared to be inebriated.  Police detained Oswaldo Glalindo, 19, when they arrived.  When they were dealing with Glalindo, a 16-year-old ran at officers with a metal scooter and attempted to swing it at the officers, police said.  The 16-year-old used the scooter to strike the officer on the side of the head and arms.  Glalindo ran away during the confusion.  The 16-year-old continued to strike and fight with the officer until the officer took him to the ground, and it took multiple officers to detain him.  The officer sustained a broken nose and bump to the head, which was the result of being hit with the scooter.  The 16-year-old had scrapes to his knees and elbows.  Both were cleared by medical staff, police said.  Glalindo was found later during a search of the area.  Ivan Martinez and Omar Martinez were also at the apartment complex.  They were arrested by police.  Galindo was arrested and charged with public intoxication, resisting arrest and conspiracy;  he was transported to the Monterey County Jail.  Martinez and Martinez were arrested for delaying a peace officer, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and probation violations;  both were transported to the Monterey County Jail.  The 16-year-old who attacked police was charged with felony assault on a peace officer, resisting arrest, and conspiracy.  He was transported to the Monterey County Juvenile Hall.
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                <strong class="dateline">GREENFIELD, Calif.  —</strong>                                             <p>A Greenfield police officer was left with a broken nose after being attacked by a teenager while investigating loiting and drinking, Wednesday afternoon.  

(Video Player: KSBW 8 Top Stories – July 28)

According to police, officers were called multiple times for a group of men and teenage boys hanging around and drinking at an apartment complex on Ninth Street, near Oak Avenue.

When police arrived they found five people who all appeared to be inebriated.

Police detained Oswaldo Glalindo, 19, when they arrived. When they were dealing with Glalindo, a 16-year-old ran at officers with a metal scooter and attempted to swing it at the officers, police said. The 16-year-old used the scooter to strike the officer on the side of the head and arms. Glalindo ran away during the confusion.

The 16-year-old continued to strike and fight with the officer until the officer took him to the ground, and it took multiple officers to detain him.

The officer sustained a broken nose and bump to the head, which was the result of being hit with the scooter. The 16-year-old had scrapes to his knees and elbows. Both were cleared by medical staff, police said.

Glalindo was found later during a search of the area.

Ivan Martinez and Omar Martinez were also at the apartment complex. They were arrested by police.

Galindo was arrested and charged with public intoxication, resisting arrest and conspiracy; he was transported to the Monterey County Jail. Martinez and Martinez were arrested for delaying a peace officer, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and probation violations; both were transported to the Monterey County Jail. The 16-year-old who attacked police was charged with felony assault on a peace officer, resisting arrest, and conspiracy. He was transported to the Monterey County Juvenile Hall.

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