Complaints about a loud party at a location in Apison led to the arrest of 16 people overnight, Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office says.
Eight adults under age 21 and two juvenile girls were charge with underage drinking. Four adults were charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor, sheriff’s spokeswoman Janice Atkinson said in a news release.
She said 911 calls came in at 3:11 a.m. and deputies went to 11212 London Lane in Apison.
The teens were taken to the juvenile detention center. The adults were taken to the county jail.
They are: Keven Ivan Cardenas, 18; Adam Gilbreath, 21; Bryan Hullander, 19; John Zuback, 22; Steven Lee, 19; James McCormick, 19; Cody Moore, 21; Caleb McKissick, 23; Jacob Tallent, 18; Joshua Moore, 21; Christian Royse, 18; Heather Rogers, 19; Cameron Lacey, 20; and Jessica Cunningham, 22.
This is the second mass arrest for underage drinking in just days.
Deputies took 21 youths into custody Thursday after a party on Edwards Point Road on Signal Mountain.
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