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Six arrested for underage drinking at Halloween party

Press Release

LEE COUNTY, AL - On October 30, 2010, the Lee County Sheriff's Office arrested six individuals for hosting a Halloween party at their home in which they provided alcohol to under age children. 

Michael Patterson (19), Timothy Dykes (19), Justin Choron (19), Adam Yates (18), Michael Hunter Bell (20), and Arthur William Wiley (19), all of Opelika, have each been arrested and charged with one count of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor and one count of Minor in Possession of Alcohol. 

These charges are the result of an anonymous tip from a concerned citizen who reported to the Lee County Sheriff's Office that a Halloween party was being held at a residence located in the 1200 block of Lee Road 112 Opelika, Alabama and alcohol was being provided to juveniles. 

Deputies arrived at the residence and discovered a large number of under age children at this home.

Deputies found various types of alcoholic beverages inside the home that appeared to have been made available and provided the children for consumption.

The six individuals arrested in this incident were the home owners and also the host for this Halloween party. 

Source: Lee County Sheriff's Office

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