Over the weekend, an 11-year-old from Ohio was taken into police custody after allegedly punching his grandmother after she refused to buy him the toy he wanted.

60-year-old Barbara Weeks told police her grandson punched her in the nose. Luckily, another customer in the store called 911.

The child was charged with domestic violence and brought to the Montgomery County Juvenile Justice Center.

The New York Daily News reports the boy was asking for a Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots toy.

16 thoughts on “Boy, 11, Arrested For Punching Grandma Over Refusal To Buy Toy

  1. Being black or white is not the important thing. Many kids are like this and that is because many parents don’t make their kids mine at home. They are not taught the word NO!!! When they stop spanking kids and had this time out deal or go to your room this does not work. There is nothing wrong with busting a kids ass if they wont llsten I don’t mean you have to beat them till they cant walk but a few little pats on the bottom and a strong no does wonders. PARENTS SHOULD TRY THIS IT WORKS I HAVE RAISED 3 KIDS AND 5 GRANDKIDS AND THEY DONT HAVE ANY EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS THAT IS JUST BULL CRAP.. THANKS STAN.M.

  2. And now his transitions in and out of the criminal justice system begins. What has happened in this child’s life that would make him think punching his granny in the nose was a good idea? What would granny have done if the customer had not called 911?. Bet this wasn’t the first time he socked her.

  3. JanCorey on said:

    Arrest the boy’s parents, not the grandmother, that’s what little black boys are taught at that age that threats and violence is the proper way to resolve issues, arrest both parents and take away their custody immediately imo and lock up both parents.

    • Obviously, you’re here to incite some sort of emotional response or you are totally clueless. This is simply the system working as designed. The prison system is a profit based system and the laws that prevent parents from properly disciplining their children ensure that the (impoverished) kids go straight from the cradle to the jail. Well done, America! You asked for it!

      • JanCorey on said:

        PJ, it’s clear from your last comment that you never graduated from any type of schooling, sorry to hear that but we’ll hope you continue to keep receiving your welfare payments while you continue to get yourself educated or a job.

      • JanCorey on said:

        Wrong again PJ, but at least you are consistent at being wrong in each of your comments. Facts do scare many people and thanks for proving my points again PJ.

    • JanCorey..You are a racist imbecil to say the least! First off they did not arrest the grandmother, they arrested the child and held him in juvenille detention. 2nd , no this is not what little black boys are taught at home. My son would never disrespect his grandparents in this type of manner & he’s 8, we don’t teach violence nor disrespect. 3rd DO NOT group us as a people due to 1 incident. 4th before you post or spew such idiotic nonsense please READ the complete story..wow, racism is alive and well because of people like you with this type of thought process, its called simple-minded. I hope and pray this is not what you are teaching your children/grandchildren. Grow the F up!

      • I said it. on said:

        Thank you. I know plenty of Black children who wouldn’t do this. I haven’t seen a picture of the boys family. The article didn’t say what race the child is. Violence is a part of the culture throughout the world. Disrespect is encouraged in the media. A few idiots saying it’s a black thing, doesn’t make it so. In Houston, the first knockout incident was perpetrated by a white kid against an African American man.

      • JanCorey on said:

        Yes Torre, I believe you are a racist that deserves life in prison. You trolls are just ridiculous imo. Fac6ts rule and facts prevail.

      • JanCorey on said:

        Torre, clearly it is you that is a racist. Trolls are often racists but thanks Torre for proving me correct.

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