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Dozens Busted At Underage Party | WBNS-10TV, Central Ohio News

There are 256 comments on the 10TV WBNS story from Jan 3, 2010, titled Dozens Busted At Underage Party | WBNS-10TV, Central Ohio News. In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

About 50 people more than half of them juveniles were facing charges Saturday after Delaware County Sheriff's deputies put an end to a New Year's Eve Party, 10TV News reported.

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Since: Dec 09

Columbus, OH

#113 Jan 4, 2010
As if wrote:
<quoted text> Well do us a favor, will you? Save your comments for the next time a carload of teenagers dies or they are maimed for life (or kill or maim others) due to their drinking, will you? Oh, maybe the math and science classes will help them avoid it?
Teenagers don't have to be drunk to die in a car. Maybe we just make it illegal for teens to drive.

“I am thankful for every day”

Since: Sep 09

too many to mention

#114 Jan 4, 2010
Marie wrote:
Unfortunately, about 2 1/2 yrs. ago an Olentangy HS grad died at a friend's house (before they all went off to college) from alcohol poisoning.
His friends thought he had just passed out and tried to wake him up to no avail. They called 911 and the EMTs couldn't revive him. To this day, the boy's father goes around to the local high schools to talk about the dangers of teen drinking (usually around prom-time, but he speaks all through the year.)
Thats sad. Hopefully he will grab some of the teens attention before they go off to college having access to all the alcohol they desire.
Opinionated Ma

Columbus, OH

#115 Jan 4, 2010
Marine Mom wrote:
I TO THINK IT IS CARZY TO LET THE 18 YEAR DIE FOR THERE COUNTRY BUT NOT LET THEM DRINK ,WHY HAVE IT SPILT YOUR A BABY CANT DRINK BUT ON THE OTHER HAND YOU WORK AT 16 AND PAY TAXES YOU CAN DIE FOR THE COUNTRY SO AT 18 LETS TREAT THEM AS ADULTS SO THERE LOTS THAT NEED TO BE REVIEWED AND HAVING PARTY AT A HOME IS BETTER THEN THEM DRIVING WITH SOME OLDER BROTHER BUYING IT FOR THEM THEN KILLING A FAMILY ON THE ROAD KEEP THEM IN HOUSE LOCK DOWN
These kids are not in the Military..... They are Delaware young minds that need to know party have fun but sorry you don't get to drink and must wait.
I lost a son to alcohol and drugs and he is no longer with us.
Truth be it may not happen but it is possible if fed alcohol a young mind will not process decisions needing to be made ... drive? It can ruin their future, cause a death if they crash.. so many things could happen and people think NOT us..
It did happen to us. I want kids safe.
If you plan a party with kids around be a kid again show an example of FUN without alcohol. Set an example.
If you want to drink then be an adult and make legal decisions or face the concequences. Be strong and say NO. Protect their future.
Lesson

Delaware, OH

#116 Jan 4, 2010
Yeah, you can get away with drinking. But this takes some precaution. Don't go to out of control parties, but stick to smaller groups. Don't get obnoxious. Lot of teens drink and this is how they avoid getting caught. Big loud party with underage drinking, minus appropriate parental supervision, equals getting in trouble. Figure it out.
debby

Dallas, TX

#117 Jan 4, 2010
if outside news, good! if internet crap, you can't believe a thing they say. in fact, you can't believe media! and i saw on the front that someone wrote a book on some actor that were lies. they need to start going to the pen for that! and morrison, van, i suspect a book on him is a lie! he had relations with old ladies. lol!!!!! he is married to a model! i though it weird and he should sue the writer!
debby

Dallas, TX

#118 Jan 4, 2010
Lesson wrote:
Yeah, you can get away with drinking. But this takes some precaution. Don't go to out of control parties, but stick to smaller groups. Don't get obnoxious. Lot of teens drink and this is how they avoid getting caught. Big loud party with underage drinking, minus appropriate parental supervision, equals getting in trouble. Figure it out.
they do sneak around and get into it. what you do is tell them that it will make their brain all crazy and they may die!
debby

Dallas, TX

#119 Jan 4, 2010
and it kills brain cells. topix must be a gang of drunks.
WWJoelDoo

Muncie, IN

#120 Jan 4, 2010
All you HS d-bags aren't in the military and no one is forcing you to go. So if you VOLUNTEER to pick up a rifle for Uncle Sam - that's your choice. Have fun, it doesn't have much to do with drinking.

In the meantime obey the f-ing law. Unless, of course, you are an OLSD administrator, dean of students, at OOHS, maybe like Joel Spitzer-Plumley.

Maybe, if you want, you can get your lame asses drunk as you want on public property, fornicate just anywhere with anyone you aren't married to, lie to the cops, and be a shady perv, and compile a crappy police record, and get elected to public office, and draw two public paychecks from taxpayers.

Maybe your good political buddy will clue you on who the hot GOP sluts are.
DUI Duey

Cleveland, OH

#121 Jan 4, 2010
Lesson wrote:
Yeah, you can get away with drinking. But this takes some precaution. Don't go to out of control parties, but stick to smaller groups. Don't get obnoxious. Lot of teens drink and this is how they avoid getting caught. Big loud party with underage drinking, minus appropriate parental supervision, equals getting in trouble. Figure it out.
And whatever ya do when drinking, DON'T DRIVE!!!
Ignorant

Highland, OH

#122 Jan 4, 2010
Rob wrote:
<quoted text>
because the LAW says so. if you don't LIKE the law, you CHANGE the law, you don't just BREAK the law!
Wow, Rob. "Because the law says so..." So many scenarios brewing in my head to contradict this line of irrational thinking. Also, glad you have so much respect for our armed services members. Really, you have to be joking, I hope. You're sick.
Ignorant

Highland, OH

#124 Jan 4, 2010
Karen wrote:
What Jethro parent thinks it's ok to throw such a large scale illegal party at their home? I guess that's what you get from some of the back water fools who think the county is a ultra libertarian playground. Serves em right, the government has reign over order. But I guess some of you anarchists think that this type of mass flagrant disregard for safety and order is ok. Too bad you are outnumbered by the sober thinkers in the county; and the Sheriff department.
Wow, Karen, IGNORANT! How dare you think it is okay for the government gestapo to push your religious and moral beliefs upon your fellow citizens. Alcohol--big deal. It's your bible beating mentality that has this society so screwed up.
Ignorant

Highland, OH

#125 Jan 4, 2010
Mary wrote:
<quoted text> It may be legal, but it isn't moral. Who is the parent?
Mary, who are you to judge? You're just Ignorant. Loosen up and have some fun in your life.
Caring

Dayton, OH

#126 Jan 4, 2010
A parent that chooses to allow their child to drink is one thing, but not all parents would. For as long as a child lives at home it is up to that childs parent how they raise their child, not anyone else.
I consider the couple irresponsible, disrespectful & inconsiderate among other things.
Not only do I hope the have to pay hefty fines for all their charges but I also hope they have to serve jail time! In addition, the parents of the other children should file complaints & if applicable sue them.
They took childrens lives in their hands & I have no doubt they have no clue about each childs medical history. Any of them could have died due to alcohol poisoning. That would have been murder. IDIOTS!!!
Those who think it is no big deal: it is the LAW. You can't pick & choose which laws are to be followed & which ignored. If you don't like it try to get it changed but as long as it is a law it has a reason for existing.
Ignorant

Highland, OH

#127 Jan 4, 2010
Still furious wrote:
My daughter who was 17 at the time (2 months ago) was caught drinking at one of her friend's houses by my husband and I. She knows better than to drink.I should also mention that she had drunk enough alcohol that she was vomiting and passing out. It wasn't just a beer or two. We took her home and called Franklin County who transferred us to CPD. No one was charged with anything. I never even heard back from CPD what happened. I had to hear it from my daughter's friends who were also in attendance at this party. The cops walked in, the cops walked out. The end. What kind of message is that sending to our teens? I think it sends the message,"Even if mom and dad call the cops and bust up the party nothing happens."
Wow, it's always someone else's fault, isn't it? Did they hold your daughter down and force the liquor down her throat? Shame, shame on them for victimizing your 17 year old daughter who is not capable to make her own decisions about right and wrong. How dare they!
DLS

Columbus, OH

#128 Jan 4, 2010
Bob wrote:
Im not sure I understand why at 18 you can go get shot at for the military but your not old enough to have a drink.
I agree with you, however the law states you must be 21. It is what we need to abide by. I think 19 is a good age. There are a lot of 18 year old still in high school.
Still furious

United States

#129 Jan 4, 2010
Ignorant wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow, it's always someone else's fault, isn't it? Did they hold your daughter down and force the liquor down her throat? Shame, shame on them for victimizing your 17 year old daughter who is not capable to make her own decisions about right and wrong. How dare they!
I never said it was someone elses fault. No they didn't hold her down and force her to drink it. However, they supplied her with the alcohol. When Franklin County responded to my house about it I would've let him take her in if that's what he had to do. I said at the beginning of my post that she knew better than to do it. I hoped that she would also be held responsible for her actions. Yes, I grounded her. Not quite the lesson I hoped that she would learn, but what else can you do with a 17 yr old? You are right that she is capable of making the distinction between right and wrong. Which is why I called the police in the first place. The police did nothing. That was my point. How do we as parents keep enforcing the law with our children when there are no consequences being meted out for breaking it? Regardless whether the person breaking it is an adult or minor?
Yes or No

Altamonte Springs, FL

#130 Jan 4, 2010
Tommy Chan wrote:
Chan laughing out loud...See debby post, think she may be drinking!
Can't be - it's not 5:00pm yet.
Ignorant

Highland, OH

#131 Jan 4, 2010
Still furious wrote:
<quoted text>
I never said it was someone elses fault. No they didn't hold her down and force her to drink it. However, they supplied her with the alcohol. When Franklin County responded to my house about it I would've let him take her in if that's what he had to do. I said at the beginning of my post that she knew better than to do it. I hoped that she would also be held responsible for her actions. Yes, I grounded her. Not quite the lesson I hoped that she would learn, but what else can you do with a 17 yr old? You are right that she is capable of making the distinction between right and wrong. Which is why I called the police in the first place. The police did nothing. That was my point. How do we as parents keep enforcing the law with our children when there are no consequences being meted out for breaking it? Regardless whether the person breaking it is an adult or minor?
Fair enough. I was always hesitant about reporting anything to the authorities. I had my share of issues during my teen's run ins with the law, all drinking related. I only went to court with them because it was the law. I'm just a tough lover--if they want to experiment they suffer the consequences. I'm not about to condone any parent over stepping another parent's wish for their own child to abstain from drinking, but 15, 16, 17, though they all make irrational decisions, they do know right from wrong, and a bad parent supplying the alcohol is on the bottom of my blame list. I was a teenager too, and I knew the houses where I could get drunk and get away with it. And when I got caught, it was my problem.
Fresh1

Elmhurst, IL

#132 Jan 4, 2010
Hell, why don't they just start serving beer at lunch time in the cafeteria at school? Better yet, instead of recess, have Happy Hour!! Seriously though...parents don't need to "know when to say when" they need to know "when to say NO!!!". Leave the popularity contests at school, not at home.
You Should

Exton, PA

#133 Jan 4, 2010
make an appointment to see Joel Plumley Spitzer, Dean of Students, at Olentangy Orange High School Mr. Spitzer has an open container citation and juvenile record. Most recently he was picked up at 0233 am , lied to an officer, arrested and taken in for alcohol, etc testing. The word is Joel Plumely Spitzer had a rough childhood, but now has advanced to the Dean of Students position and was even elected fiscal officer for Orange Township. The point is all hope is not lost on your daughter . The "excellent" Olentangy School district will still hire her. She can also always run for public office in Delaware County and even get elected.
Still furious wrote:
<quoted text>
I never said it was someone elses fault. No they didn't hold her down and force her to drink it. However, they supplied her with the alcohol. When Franklin County responded to my house about it I would've let him take her in if that's what he had to do. I said at the beginning of my post that she knew better than to do it. I hoped that she would also be held responsible for her actions. Yes, I grounded her. Not quite the lesson I hoped that she would learn, but what else can you do with a 17 yr old? You are right that she is capable of making the distinction between right and wrong. Which is why I called the police in the first place. The police did nothing. That was my point. How do we as parents keep enforcing the law with our children when there are no consequences being meted out for breaking it? Regardless whether the person breaking it is an adult or minor?

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