Man arrested for attacking children who hindered his tennis

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Man arrested for attacking children who hindered his tennis

Incredible and grotesque situation that took place during a tennis game. A man from Novato was arrested on suspicion of assaulting two children who interfered with his tennis game at Pioneer Park. Police said 61-year-old Olaf Becker had asked two children, ages 7 and 8, to stop throwing objects on the park's tennis courts that were in use.

Becker was arrested on charges of child abuse and bodily harm to a child and taken to Marin County Jail. One child reportedly sustained minor injuries. Novato paramedics assessed both children and then released them to their parents, Howard said.

Police also said Becker said he confronted the children but denied hitting them. Becker said the children repeatedly threw wood chips and sticks on the tennis court while he was playing. He said he held one of the kids' shirt energetically.

He also said the issue was completely disproportionate. He would explain: "To them it was more like a, whatever, they would try to seek their own limits, and obviously no respect for adults." Police Lieutenant Michael Howard: "Becker reportedly shot both children, resulting in minor injuries to one child.

Families in the immediate vicinity intervened and Becker is back on the tennis courts."

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