Two people were hospitalized, including the suspect, after an alleged domestic altercation on Pinnacle Street early Tuesday morning.
According to a report filed by , a female party called 911 just before 2 a.m. to report that her 18-year-old son was on drugs and was "out of control."
Three police units responded to 400 Pinnacle St. and were required to use force in order to subdue the suspect, when he aggressively resisted attempts to place him in custody.
According to the report, Sgt. Joseph Kelley reported that a Taser was discharged while the suspect was being apprehended. It was not stated whether or not the Taser struck the suspect.
According to the report, the suspect's mother suffered serious injuries as a result of the attack, including a laceration to her her ear an unspecified injury to her ribs. She was transported to Lowell General Hospital for treatment. Police are not releasing the victim's name or her condition.
The suspect, 18-year-old Bennett Davies, was transported by ambulance by Saints Medical Center in Lowell. According to the report, he was subsequently transferred to Tufts Medical Center in Boston. The reason for his hospitalization was not released by police.
Davies is facing a long list of charges including two counts of assault and battery on a police officer, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery with serious bodily injury, assault and battery, mayhem, wanton destruction of property over $250, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Police declined to release any additional information regarding the case.
Phony prescription leads to arrest
Monday, at 7 p.m. a 911 caller from CVS at 1900 Main St. reported that a man was attempting to fill a false prescription.
Officers responded to the scene and, after a brief investigation, arrested Mark Cloutier, 29, 93 Benjamin St., Manchester, NH. He is charged with uttering a false prescription.