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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The grandmother of 13-year-old Michael Farr says the owner of a gas station on Oakleaf Village Parkway dragged her autistic grandson out of the store for no reason.

"I'm numb, I'm upset, I'm angry," said Adrienne Sinclair, Farr's grandmother.

According to the police report obtained by First Coast News, the owner of the store put Farr "in a headlock and then dragged him outside the store against his will and then threw him out of the store."

Marquita Jones was in the store. She called 911.

"That's an autistic child," Jones said. "He couldn't defend himself."

The owner of the store told First Coast News he's already been talked to by the State Attorney's Office, and said that he didn't do anything wrong.

We contacted the State Attorney's Office. They said the investigation is still "open and ongoing."