Law enforcement described Andrew Ross Celaius' alleged torture of a 2-year-old girl as "the thing nightmares are made of."
"You could be gone," Columbus police officer Peter Casuccio told the boy. "Everything you want to do in this life could've been over."
The weapons were kept in patrol cars "in case we accidentally hit somebody," the former detective testified in court.
Police said the officers "feared for their safety" before striking him "multiple times."
Authorities are searching for other suspects and the incident remains under investigation.
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Despite his claims, the boy was charged with a delinquency count of inducing panic after one student told officials the boy
The woman and boy were able to flee to a neighbor's home and call for help. Officers say the boy hit the attacker with a