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June 16, 2014

60 teens cited for underage drinking overnight

ELKHART — The Elkhart County Sheriff's Department said Sunday that they cited 60 teenagers for illegal consumption of alcohol, as well as three adults for contributing to the delinquency of a minor and maintaining a common nuisance early that morning.

Capt. James Bradberry said Sunday that the Elkhart County police Sheriff's Teenage Alcohol Reduction team responded to a report of a large party at the former Farmer's Market located at 27919 C.R. 26 in Elkhart.

Police found that there was a large number of minors consuming alcohol. Police said that they arrested 60 individuals, 24 were between the ages of 18 and 20 and were cited and released, 36 were between the ages of 16 and 17 and were released to their parents.

The adults who were cited and released include:

  • Kaley Owens, 19, Goshen
  • Tyler Pires, 20, Goshen
  • Cody Holyfield, 19, Middlebury
  • Jacob Kelly, 20, Middlebury
  • Nathan Kelly, 20, Middlebury
  • Alexander Martinez, 19, Middlebury
  • Samuel Sheets, 18, Bristol
  • Katherine Smith, 19, Goshen
  • Holly Angel, 18, Elkhart
  • Keenen Burnett, 19, Elkhart
  • Colin Crouse, 19, Elkhart
  • Joseph Datena, 18, Elkhart
  • Aaron Fillio, 19, Elkhart
  • Abbigail Franco, 19, Elkhart
  • Taylor Kendall, 18, Elkhart
  • Carly Lochmandy, 18, Elkhart
  • Kennadie Lopez, 19, Elkhart
  • Layla Raven, 19, Elkhart
  • Pamela Murillo, 19, Elkhart
  • Joshua Reed, 20, Elkhart
  • Noah Snyder, 19, Elkhart
  • Bryce Wills, 18, Elkhart
  • Dora Wisolek, 19, Elkhart

Three adults were also arrested, police said. Charles Himes, 50, of Elkhart was arrested on charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and maintaining a common nuisance,  LouAnn Reynolds, 49, of Elkhart, was arrested on a charge of contirbuting to the delinquency of a minor and John Dixon, 45, of Elkhart was cited and released on a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Himes and Reynolds were incarcerated at Elkhart County jail police said.

 

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