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25 arrested at Hampton house party
HAMPTON - Twenty-five people were arrested on Friday night at a Tuttle Avenue house party.
Police said they received a call of a loud party and disorderly conduct at 19 Tuttle Ave. around 11:55 p.m. on Friday night.
When police responded, several people were seen running out the back door of the property. Police arrested 25 people for alcohol-related charges, mainly unlawful possession of alcohol.
David Durant, 20, of Bristol, has been charged with facilitating a drug or underage alcohol house party.
Stephen E. Ramette, 18, of Seabrook was charged with resisting arrest or detention in addition to unlawful possession of alcohol. A 16-year-old is also facing an unlawful possession of alcohol charge.
The following individuals were all charged with unlawful possession of alcohol: Andrew Doane, 18, of Rochester; Karl Fuller, 18, of Derry; Sarah A. Gallant, 19, of Methuen, Mass.; Jeffrey Balbi, 19, of Lawrence, Mass.; Ashley Mccarthy-Tremelay, 20, of Salem; Sarah Stacy, 17, of Salem; Autumn I. Connors, 17, of Londonderry; Stephen Barbin, 19, of Methuen, Mass.; Jessica Coggswell, 17, of North Andover, Mass.; Tyler Phillips, 20, of Bedford; David McNee Jr., 20, of Wilmington, Mass.; Joseph J. Fitzgerald Jr., 17, Methuen; Devaughn A. Johnson, 17, of Haverhill, Mass.; Robert Monserrat, 19, of Methuen, Mass.; Jaymi Hernandez, 18, of Haverhill, Mass.; Amanda Keeler, 18, of Salem, Jared T. Hafford, 20, of Haverhill, Mass.; Jeremie Caron, 19, of Haverhill, Mass.; Barry Brandon, 18, Haverhill, Mass.; Francis Mitchell, 19, of Methuen, Mass.; John W. Lawless, 19, of Bedford and Thomas Kane, 19, of Rockport, Mass.
All 25 people charged are schedule to appear in the 10th Circuit Court in Seabrook for arraignment on Feb. 8 at 8:30 a.m.
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