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Partying teens face charges in Laconia, Merrimack
Laconia police said they discovered an underage drinking party with about 35 attendees Saturday and took 10 teens into custody and charged them with unlawful possession and intoxication.
Police were called to 49 Eastman Shore Drive, South around 6 a.m. for a report of a physical altercation and saw several teenagers run toward the house or in the woods. Police said about 35 people ranging from 14 to 19 years old were found in and around the home and there was evidence that many had been drinking.
Those taken into custody were released to a family member. There were three people found asleep in vehicles. One of which was charged with possession of a controlled drug (marijuana), Bryan Courtemanche, 18, of Merrimack.
At the same time as the underage party, police also responded to a report of a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Meredith Center and Lane Road. There were minor injuries and one driver was charged with driving while intoxicated, Cory Yudkin, 18, also of Merrimack.
In Merrimack Friday night, police conducting an underage drinking initiative patrol checked a convenience store on Daniel Webster Highway and saw a teenage girl getting sick out of a parked car. The officers checked on the 15-year-old girl and determined she was intoxicated. She was arrested for minor in possession of alcohol. Police also took the three other occupants of the car into custody.
One 16-year-old was charged with transportation of alcohol after alcohol was found in the car she was driving. Another 16-year-old girl was charged with possession of marijuana after marijuana was found in her possession. The other 16-year-old girl was not charged and was taken in as a protective custody. All four were taken to the police station, where they were released to their parents.
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