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Is my boss legally required to call police on me for throwing a mug?

My boss said he has to call the police because I threw a mug at the wall this morning. It didn't hit anyone. It was wrong, but I didn't hurt anyone. Why is he legally required to do that? Is that a lie? How is that assault or anything? No one was even standing close to the wall.

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    Nathaniel Shafer | Natty Shafer Law
    717 South 300 West, Suite B
    Salt Lake City, UT 84101
    (801) 450-2584
    He might be required by insurance (which could make him technically correct as contracts have the force of law), or by his boss, but not by state law.
    Answer Applies to: Utah - Replied: 3/13/2013
    Mel Dunn | Mel Dunn
    100 N. Center
    Casper, WY 82601
    (307) 267-7758
    No, the boss is not required to call police. What you describe is not an assault.
    Answer Applies to: Wyoming - Replied: 3/13/2013
    Christopher G Humphrey | Law Office of Christopher G Humphrey PC
    P.O. Box 4216
    Cheyenne, WY 82003
    (307) 222-2448
    He may be required to report an incident at work due to company policy or he could be liable if you get mad and hurt someone at work in the future for not calling the police earlier.
    Answer Applies to: Wyoming - Replied: 3/13/2013
    Craig Andersen | Andersen Law PLLC
    10000 NE 7th Ave Suite 330B
    Vancouver, WA 98685
    (360) 397-0111
    Some people are mandatory reporters. Most people are not. Since I don't know what your boss' status is, I can't say whether he is required to report. The appropriate charge based on your recitation of facts is malicious mischief or disorderly conduct.
    Answer Applies to: Washington - Replied: 3/13/2013
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