Police say a Corbin teenager is charged with fourth-degree assault, unlawful transaction with a minor, custodial interference and third-degree terroristic threatening. Officers responded to a fight on KY 1629 in Corbin where they found a man and his 16-year-old daughter arguing in a driveway. The daughter said she was crying because her boyfriend, 18 year old Jason Lay, had punched her in the nose. The girl’s father showed officers a used meth pipe he found in the girl’s possession. Police said the two were fighting because the father did not want Lay with his daughter but Lay refused to leave her alone. During the investigation, officials said the girl told them Lay made her use marijuana and meth because he thought she could not be charged since she is a juvenile. Police searched the house but learned Lay ran away through the back door. They then took the girl to a hospital for treatment. Later that day, deputies returned to Lay’s home and found him hiding in the backyard. After police arrested him, they say Lay began cursing and threatening to kill his girlfriend. Lay was lodged in the Knox County Detention Center.