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Large underage drinking party

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Published:2017-02-12 Police
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Large underage drinking party

STANWOOD, WASH. – Around midnight yesterday, Snohomish County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to assist Fire/Aid crews with a report of an unconscious juvenile inside a residence, located near the 28000 blk. of 28th Ave NW, an unincorporated area outside of Stanwood.


Deputies observed approximately 150-200 juveniles, several fights breaking out, and continued reporting that one of the party goers was now not breathing inside the residence.

Several subjects then attempted to prevent deputies from checking on the incapacitated juvenile, but were subsequently detained and later booked.

Aid was provided to the intoxicated juvenile who was later released to their parents. In total, four adults were booked into Snohomish County Jail and one juvenile was booked into the Denney Youth Center.




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