Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — According to Gualano, they came onto his porch yelling and attempted to get into his residence, so he grabbed a wooden club that was located near the door and swung it at them, hitting the teen in the head.
A neighbor confirmed Gualano's account of the porch portion of the incident with police.
Gualano injured a finger, which was evaluated by EMS. He was transported to Mount St. Mary's Hospital where he reportedly left before being treated. He was later located and taken into custody at 2:20 a.m. and transported to ENH-Lockport to evaluate his finger injury.
Gualano was released on an appearance ticket. Deputies went to 857 C street where the teen was taken into custody and released on an appearance ticket for harassment.
Both are due to appear in Town of Wilson Court today at 7 p.m. Deputies were unable to locate the wooden club used during the incident
Sunday's incident was the second time in five days that deputies responded to the Gualano residence.
In early July, two Dorwood Park men and a woman from Youngstown were arrested after an incident at 857 B St. that initially was reported to involve a gun and a baseball bat.
That altercation began when the trio allegedly jumped the Gualanos after the Gualanos told them they didn't want their daughter hanging out with them. Mrs. Gualano suffered a broken jaw in that attack.
On Wednesday morning, Robert Gualano reported that sometime overnight an unknown person entered his vehicle and stole several items from inside. According to Gualano, the stereo face plate, CD's, a small bag of hand tools and his pain medication were all taken. The value of the items taken was estimated at $275.