The best and worst of Triad police blotters, as compiled
FATHER OF STUDENT WITH GUN CHARGED
Anthony Bernard Mcteer, the father of a Glenn High School student who was caught with a firearm on campus, has been charged with failure to store a firearm to protect a minor. School administration investigated an allegation about students possibly having weapons on campus and ended up seizing a knife from 17-year-old DaCian M. Rhymer and and a firearm from Mcteer’s son, who is unidentified because he is a juvenile. The Winston-Salem Police Department reported that the students had planned to meet with others for a prearranged fight after school. Rhymer and the Mcteer’s son were arrested and each were charged with possession of a weapon on school property. Both were placed in the Forsyth County jail.
CHILD DETERS ROBBERS BY GOING TO NEIGHBORS
Children were watching a movie in the living room of an apartment at Bethabara Point Circle in Winston- Salem at about 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 17 when two black men wearing ski masks entered through an unlocked back door, according to a report by the Winston-Salem Police Department. One of the men was described as having a long gun, possibly a rifle or shotgun. The intruders ransacked the apartment while yelling, “Where’s the money?” One of the children managed to get out of the apartment without being detected by the would-be robbers and went next door to call the police. When the men realized what had happened, they fled the scene on foot.