Police break up underage drinking party

When officers arrived, several teens on the front porch scurried inside, according to a police report. Eventually, the girl answered her door and told officers her friends were hiding inside.
Sandusky Register Staff
Feb 27, 2014

 

Seven teenagers were arrested at a Hancock Street home Wednesday night when police busted an underage drinking party.

•A boy, 16, 200 block Meigs St., was charged with aggravated menacing, harassment by inmate, obstruction and underage consumption.

•A girl, 16, 100 block Hancock St., was charged with a probation violation.

•A boy, 15, 2000 block Pioneer Trail, was charged with a probation violation and underage consumption.

•A boy, 17, 1900 block Pearl St., was charged with underage consumption.

•A boy, 17, 800 block Perry St.; Zachary Gibson, 18, 1400 block Judy Lane; and Mufasa Young, 18, 500 block W. Madison St., were each charged with underage consumption and obstruction.

The girl’s mother called Sandusky police at about 10 p.m. after she learned her daughter was hosting an underage drinking party at their home while on house arrest.

When officers arrived, several teens on the front porch scurried inside, according to a police report. Eventually, the girl answered her door and told officers her friends were hiding inside. One boy exited a closet, but four of the boys remained hidden in closets or the bathroom until officers searched those areas, the report said.

The Meigs Street boy threatened to throw punches at officers, said he’d kill them, and spat in one’s face, the report said.

Two teens were released at the scene, while the others were taken to the Erie County Detention Home.

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The Hero Zone

It's not too late to change your course, kids. Please. There's plenty more to life than a life/style of this. Youth can bring about poor judgment at times but when you hit the magic number of 18 and can be sued into oblivion, caught in the gears of programs beyond your control, or sent to super jail it WILL be too late.

There are countless hobbies or sports you can use to pass your time and develop your mental and physical talents. Clubs, programs, faiths, leagues, and the like can also help fill the need to socialize but also be constructive.

AEversole

Your absolutely right hero, but this is the rea world were teens think they are adults and have always and will continue to drink and have parties behind their parents back..... It is just the way it is.. Its not right , but its the facts. Any parent that has a teen, is naive, if they don't think they will have to encounter this problem sometime in high school....... 80% of teens between 13-18 have tried alcohol and 50% have tried pot.... So get in reality and stay on top of things parents so that these occasionall parties don't turn into a more serious problem. It happens very easy so pay close attention parents

LookingDown

Most had probation violations ... these aren't just kids smoking pot and drinking! If they are they have a problem! Js

transplant

Where did she get the alcohol? None of them are old enough to purchase it. Whoever provided it should be charged as well.

Stop It

Punch wantin', death threat spittin' boy is gonna see how tough he feels when the rest get to leave and he has to stay for assaulting an officer and threats of bodily harm. Yuck it up chump.

Tesla

I remember hiding under a car when I was a kid..... They caught me.

milemarkerzero

I hope for mom's sake, she was working.