Mentor Police Break Up Teenage Drinking Party In Storage Unit

Officers busted 15 teenagers throwing a party in a unit at Uncle Bob's Storage

Mentor Police broke up a drinking party that teenagers were throwing Friday night in a storage unit at , according to the department's Facebook page.

A witness spotted teens parking in a nearby lot and crawling underneath Uncle Bob's fence, so they called police.

When officers arrived, they could hear loud music and shouting coming from the unit, as well as a single extension cord.

Police disconnected the cord and the music stopped. Then the overhead door on the storage unit opened.

Police saw about 15 teenagers partying in the unit.

The teens had set up a beer pong game inside of the unit, as well as couches, chairs and a Christmas tree of beer cans, according to police.

Officers arrested four adults and five juveniles for alcohol and marijuana violations. The suspects' names have not been released yet.

Ewais Tres December 06, 2011 at 06:28 PM
Let my people go!
ED December 06, 2011 at 07:48 PM
Maybe you could start an internet support group like freejamie.org or something like that.
ED December 06, 2011 at 07:51 PM
Who do you think you are, Moses?
Dr. Poluse December 06, 2011 at 10:38 PM
If you believe any of these kids was doing wrong, you must have attended Broadmoar. If you dont know what Broadmoar is, then you where probably a Deepwood resident. Okay back on topic. These kids arnt the inventors of this idea, neither are they the only fifteen kids we have ever seen consuming. I think we are all blowing it out of proportion just because we are either jealous and/or intimidated by these kids skill in the art of boozing. The Mentor Police are always looking for someone to pick on because they dont have the nuts to go after the real criminals. Small things like this wont ever stop. Dumb people.
Bob Strong August 30, 2013 at 10:26 PM
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