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A woman reported a possible kidnap attempt directed at her 11-year-old son about 9 p.m. Thursday at a mobile home park in the 6300 block of North Highway 146.

Police spokesman Lt. Steve Dorris said the woman told officers she was on her porch when the boy, who had been down the street playing, ran up.

He told her that a man got out of a silver pickup truck driven by a woman and jogged toward him. That scared the boy, who then ran home.

The truck followed him home, then fled.

The truck was described as a silver single-cab Dodge Ram with rust on the driver-side door.

Stabbing

A 46-year-old Baytown woman was charged with stabbing her 47-year-old boyfriend at their home in the 6300 block of Barkuloo Road about 11 p.m. Saturday.

According to police, both had been drinking when they got into an argument at their home. The woman, identified as Aime Moegelin, got in the man’s face yelling at him; he pushed her back, causing her to fall. She then grabbed a butcher knife, charged the man and stabbed him in the back, Dorris said. ,The man drove himself to the Neighbors Emergency Center in Crosby, where police were contacted.

Moegelin was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon/family violence and arrested without incident the next morning, Dorris said.

Pirate plunder

A 16-year-old employee of Pirates Bay Water Park was found to be selling stolen tickets to the park at a discounted rate outside the park Saturday, police report. He was assisted in the effort by a 17-year-old female employee. Dorris said the pair had taken and sold about 40 tickets on the day they were discovered.

Both were fired from their jobs, he said. The 16-year-old was cited for class C misdemeanor theft. The 17-year-old was not charged.

Shots fired

A man told police that he was at the apartments at 4601 Village Lane about 845 p.m. Thursday visiting his girlfriend when the woman’s ex-husband arrived.

The woman and her ex-husband got into an argument and the man intervened.

The ex-husband then returned to his truck, and either he or someone else in the truck fired several shots at the man and his girlfriend. No one was hurt.

Intoxicated fight

Police responding to a reported fight about 1 a.m. Sunday outside a bar in the 4200 block of Decker Drive arrested three people.

Dorris said that when officers first arrived, the crowd was agitated but not actually fighting. A 40-year-old man identified as 40-year-old Sabino Montemayor of Baytown, came out of the bar and began yelling at another man. When police intervened to prevent a fight, Montemayor’s 41-year-old wife, Maria, started yelling at officers and tried to pull them away from her husband, Dorris said.

Another man, identified as 36-year-old Ruben Garcia of Baytown, also entered the confrontation, Dorris said.

Sabino Montemayor and Garcia were charged with public intoxication, he said, and Maria Montemayor was charged with interfering with public duties.

Gun threat

A man reported that his son, who was not welcome in his home, entered the house about 8 p.m. Sunday and demanded to use his vehicle.

When the man refused and told him to leave, the 20-year-old son, identified as Devin Smith, displayed a gun in a threatening manner. He also knocked the phone out of his father’s hand twice as he tried to call the police.

Smith was charged with aggravated assault, Dorris said.

Burglaries

• A wallet was reported stolen from a vehicle in the 3400 block of Garth Road Friday night.

• A vehicle was reported burglarized in the 3800 block of Derek Drive Friday night.

• Jewelry was reported stolen from the J.C. Penney store at San Jacinto Mall Sunday morning.

Thefts

• A Baytown man was arrested about 11 a.m. Saturday and charged with stealing a phone.

• A red EZ-Go Golf Cart was reported stolen from the 1100 block of Bob Smith Road about 11 a.m. Saturday.

• A wallet was reported stolen from a vehicle in the 3800 block of Derek Drive about 3:30 p.m. Saturday.

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