NEW CANAAN, Conn. — New Canaan officers issued two summonses to teenagers after finding evidence of a beer pong party at a local home, police said.
Officers responding to an anonymous tip of an underage drinking party arrived at a home at 264 Lukes Wood Road at 10:23 p.m. Friday, police said.
At the home, they found multiple red Dixie cups set up on top of a ping pong table in ”beer pong fashion” and determined a youth party had taken place, according to a police report.
Next to the ping pong table, along with the red Dixie cups set up for a drinking game, officers found a case of Bud Light with empty Bud Light cans around the case, police said.
Officers detected a “strong odor of beer and alcohol” in the basement and other areas of the house, police said. “Multiple” juveniles were also found outside and inside the resident, police said.
Police issued two juvenile summonses: A 15-year old boy was given a summons for failure to halt possession and a 15-year old boy was given a summons for possession of alcohol by a minor. It was not clear whether the summonses were given to one boy or two boys.
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