in 911 call, Lauren Boebert’s son accuses father of “throwing” him around the house

One of U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert’s sons called 911, asking for help because his father was “throwing” him around the house, the latest in a number of the family’s run-ins with local police.

One of Lauren and Jayson Boebert’s sons – the couple has four – called 911 the evening of Dec. 11 to report that his father had become angry with him and the argument turned physical, according to audio recordings obtained by The Denver Post. The son was sobbing and struggling to catch his breath during the call while he said that Jayson Boebert was “throwing me around.”

“I don’t know why he got mad, he just started yelling at me and he started throwing me,” the son said on the 911 call.

“He does this to me so much,” he later added.

The Denver Post is not naming the son because he is a minor.

The dispatcher sent a sheriff’s deputy to the home and asked whether there were any weapons in the home.

“I mean, there are weapons in the house, yeah, but I don’t think he’d use them on me,” the son said.

Minutes later the son called 911 again. Early during that second call, a woman can be heard yelling. The son retracted his previous comments and said that his father hadn’t gotten physical during the argument but instead just yelled.

Lauren Boebert then took over the conversation with the dispatcher, saying “Hi, I’m the mom.”

“There was an argument over dinner,” she said. “I understand you guys have to come and talk to them.”

Since the argument, Lauren Boebert said she and her son had left the house and moved to another farmhouse on the property.

“He doesn’t need help but they can come here,” Lauren Boebert said to the dispatcher.

A deputy arrived at the Boebert home shortly after the second call and spoke with Jayson Boebert and his son, according to Garfield County Sheriff’s Office incident report, also obtained by The Denver Post.

The deputy wrote that Jayson Boebert acknowledged the argument and told his son to leave the house and head to the farmhouse “to cool off.”

Jayson Boebert shut the door on his son and said it didn’t hurt him “but maybe the door touched his butt on the way out,” the report says.

The deputy then spoke to the son who “said he started yelling at his dad first and his dad wasn’t physical,” the report says. The son said “he wasn’t sure why he said that his dad hurt him, but he was upset and said it.”

The deputy found no visible marks on the son and determined that he and Lauren Boebert “were going to watch a movie and keep the situation calm and start over in the morning,” the report says.

“No crime at this time – Unfounded,” the report ends.

Jayson Boebert did not return a message seeking comment but previously denied to Business Insider, which first reported the story, that he had hurt his son but acknowledged that they had argued, noting that “every teenage boy is going to want …read more

Source:: The Denver Post – Politics


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