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Pelham dad blows whistle on celebrating graduates; party busted
As he waited for police to arrive, the parent said he stopped a few minors from driving away from the scene.
Officers talked with his 18-year-old son, who confirmed it was an underage drinking party celebrating graduation at Pelham High School, and that there were at least 40 or more teens drinking inside.
Police said Whiting would not let them inside her house.
Officers, as a result, surrounded the home and made multiple announcements for the minors to come out voluntarily.
Officers obtained a search warrant and at 4:20 a.m. Sunday entered the home, which they described as smelling of marijuana and alcohol.
Most of the alcohol was thrown out, but police said they found about five large bags of empty alcohol bottles and cans hidden in the basement.
The case remains under investigation. Sgt. Anne Perriello said police expect to bring charges against Whiting and a few of the underage teens.
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