Police: Father Turns in Son Who Held Up BP Station at Gunpoint

The teenager was taken to a family court for where he awaits a hearing.

An unidentified 15-year-old used a gun to hold up a gas station in Chesterfield last Sunday. He was turned in to police by his father, according to a Chesterfield police report.

The teenager was taken to a family court where he awaits hearing.

The incident occurred at the at the intersection of Long Road and Chesterfield Airport Road, police said.

Police Officer Michael Ryffel said he could not release any further information because the suspect was a juvenile, but said more information may be available Thursday.

Patch will bring you updates as more information becomes available.

Dave Oleksa August 30, 2012 at 12:12 AM
Good for the father.
jeanine donnelly August 30, 2012 at 01:38 AM
I have seen teens one time at a gas station with a gun in their car and they were pointing it me whille filling my gas tank, this was some time ago, and I went in the station and reported it. Do not know what happened with the situation, but I certainly believe the father did the correct thing turning in his son.


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