The six were staying in a motorhome parked in a parking lot at a store on Milan Road when the store manager called police because they were shouting at each other.
They started to walk away from the area when Perkins police arrived, and one tried to hide underneath the motorhome, according to a police report.
Each denied drinking, but all tested well over the legal limit to drive (0.08 percent blood alcohol content) on portable breathalyzer tests.
They were charged with underage consumption, and police found several bottles of liquor and beer cans inside the motorhome.
Arrested were two 17-year-olds; Kyle Patterson, 18, Luckey; Joseph Nauman, 18, Luckey; Bradley Radabaugh, 18, Luckey; and James Wolf, 18, Bowling Green.
One of the 17-year-olds was taken to the hospital instead of juvenile detention, after he vomited all over the backseat of a police cruiser and two of his friends who were inside it with him.
After he left the hospital, the boy’s father brought him to the police station, and he was taken to the juvenile detention center.