Parents turn in their teenage son after he assaulted a Phoenix police officer at a party Friday night, according to the Phoenix Police Department.
A Phoenix police officer arrived at a home near Chandler Boulevard and 48th Street after a call about a loud party Friday night.
He noticed people fleeing the party and that there was no furniture in the house, according to the police department.
A 17-year-old stated he was the homeowner, and when the officer attempted to question him, the boy threw a landscaping brick at the officer's leg before fleeing.
Police could not locate the boy. However, when the teenager's parents learned about the incident, they notified police.
The 17 year-old returned to the scene where he was arrested.
Police said the teenager's family had recently moved out of the house.