Woodbury Teen ‘Flexes’ on Father, Hit with Drug Charge
A man said his 19-year-old son was posturing for a fight; officers arrived and found an amphetamine pill in Andrew Robert Olayink Ayeni’s wallet.
Police in June were called to a Woodbury home after a man said his son was verbally abusing him all day and seemed to be itching for a fight.
When officers arrived they found an amphetamine pill in the wallet of Andrew Robert Olayink Ayeni, 19, who now faces a felony drug charge.
According to the criminal complaint:
Police on June 24 were called to a home at the 9100 block of Princeton Court on a report of a domestic incident in progress.
Officers spoke with a man who said his son had been abusing him all day: calling him names, swearing at him, and not allowing him to get water or make food. He told police he feared his son would fight him, and he would also “puff out his chest, stand tall and flex his arms at him.”
He told police his son was acting abnormally over the past two days.
As police were questioning the man, Ayeni came into the room and began to argue about what his father was saying. Officers asked Ayeni to sit down, but he refused to comply with their commands and had to be restrained.
Police arrested Ayeni, searched him and found a 20-milligram pill of Adderall. If convicted, he faces up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.