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Salem police tipped to underage drinking party arrest 19
SALEM - Nineteen people were taken into custody after police discovered an underage drinking party Friday night at a home on Ackerman Street.
Just after 11 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 14, police were called by a neighbor who said a driver had damaged her lawn. She asked him to move his car because it was on her lawn and he peeled out, damaging the grass, police said.
Officers arriving on the scene discovered a large underage drinking party taking palce across the street and saw people fleeing the resdient and a "significant" numbr of other people inside the home.
Police took several people into custody who were outside the home but those inside refused to open the door.
Officers spoke to the homeowner, who was out of state, and advised her there was a large party taking place at her resident with a significant number of undera minors in her home.
The woman refused to allow officers to entered the residence. Several vehicles were towed and police entered the home once they obtained a search warrant.
Nineteen people were taking into custody and later released on charges or protective custody (over 21 or no alcohol).
Christopher Jacques was charged with facilitating an underage house party. Matthew Gromyko of Londonderry was arrested on a bench warrant while Cameron Gromyko, also of Londonderry, was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Taken into custody on a charge of unlawful possession of alcohol were Brooke Cormier and Jessica Steere, bothand of Windham, Steven Kendall, Sabrina Baiguy, Albert Laurent, and Mario Colecchia, all of Salem.
Taken into protective custody were James Fournier, William Woitkewicz, Allison Breton, Jeff Perry, Tyler MacLean, Caitlin Macdonald and a 16-year-old, all of Salem; Michelle Jones and Allison Breton, both of Windham; Alexqander Clement of Pelham, and Robert Mackey of Sandown.
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