Police: Boonville man allowed underage drinking party at home

Mar 10, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WKTV

A Boonville man is facing multiple charges after police say he allowed 15 teenagers to drink alcohol at his home.

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Nice

Boonville, NY

#1 Mar 11, 2013
That was real smart.
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Anonymous Proxy

#2 Mar 11, 2013
what parents let there 14 years olds go there????Now thats smart!
Boonville Resident

Lake Havasu City, AZ

#3 Mar 11, 2013
I would venture to guess the parents didn't know they were there. The true question is why didn't the parents of these 14 year olds know where their children were on a Saturday in the middle of the night?

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#4 Mar 11, 2013
Boonville Resident wrote:
I would venture to guess the parents didn't know they were there. The true question is why didn't the parents of these 14 year olds know where their children were on a Saturday in the middle of the night?
Yeah that is some great parenting right there. You know damn well they all probably have cell phones, so if you did not know where they were it would be easy to use GPS tracking to find out.

Especially in today's world you really have to watch out.

Way to go parents.
Randal

Speculator, NY

#5 Mar 11, 2013
Here come the parenting experts. Then the names can start dropping. don't act like some of you didnt do the same thing, just they got caught. Please carry and tell us the proper way to be a parent and what scum bags all these parents are for not knowing where there kids are.
ha

Gloversville, NY

#6 Mar 11, 2013
All y'all can shut your mouth. It's non of your damn business where anyone is. If it was any of your business we would have asked you..
LOL

Boonville, NY

#7 Mar 11, 2013
That is the problem I am sure all those kids that got caught have been in trouble before. And the parents dont care.
Really

New Britain, CT

#8 Mar 11, 2013
Glad to see they got busted, hope he does a sweet stint in jail!!!!
just wondering

Red Hook, NY

#9 Mar 12, 2013
Isn't that the armstrong residence?
mix

Altmar, NY

#10 Mar 12, 2013
yah when i was 17 or 18 maybe not 14!my parents would of kicked my ass at 14.who were the kids?
ABC

Utica, NY

#11 Mar 13, 2013
If anything, I'm sure the kids lied to their parents on their whereabouts. What 14-19 year old kid doesn't lie about that from time to time? Why are we putting all of the blame on the parents? The kids made a choice to go to an under aged party and they got caught. Under aged parties happen all the time. I bet a majority of you at that age experimented with under aged drinking before. Especially when the legal drinking age was 18. Seriously.
Mr Armstrong

Boonville, NY

#12 Mar 15, 2013
No that is not my residence at all. Mine is 3 houses up from there, NO ONE drinks in this house and certainly not any Kids! Perhaps you should worry about your own problems and stay out of everyone elses? You know, like having enough balls to put your own name on a post when you're trying to slam someone else and make them look bad???? HAVE A NICE DAY
girll

Gloversville, NY

#13 Mar 16, 2013
ABC wrote:
If anything, I'm sure the kids lied to their parents on their whereabouts. What 14-19 year old kid doesn't lie about that from time to time? Why are we putting all of the blame on the parents? The kids made a choice to go to an under aged party and they got caught. Under aged parties happen all the time. I bet a majority of you at that age experimented with under aged drinking before. Especially when the legal drinking age was 18. Seriously.
Thank you parents can't control if there kids aren't upfront and honest,Not that i makes it right..its poor choices on these kids and hopefully they learn and others in our community who allow these activities learn from this...
hmmm

Syracuse, NY

#14 Mar 19, 2013
girll wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you parents can't control if there kids aren't upfront and honest,Not that i makes it right..its poor choices on these kids and hopefully they learn and others in our community who allow these activities learn from this...
True, but we aren't talking about kids in their late teens who said they were going to a fiends house but then drove to a party. These were 14 year olds who can't drive! So how did they all get to this party?
ha

Gloversville, NY

#15 Mar 20, 2013
It's none if your business how they got to the party. When the arrived at the party. Or what they did at the party.
Glass House

Syracuse, NY

#17 Mar 20, 2013
ha wrote:
It's none if your business how they got to the party. When the arrived at the party. Or what they did at the party.
Sounds to me like youíre trying to hide somethingÖÖ.
Glass House

Syracuse, NY

#19 Mar 21, 2013
I am mostly concerned with the decay of our society as a whole. The days of personally responsibility seem to be behind us and have been replaced with everyone blaming their problems on society. Parents donít have the balls to discipline their kids anymore. It is much easier for them to blame their kidís problems on shi#tty schools, violent TV show, movies and video games.
Amazing

Meriden, CT

#20 Mar 21, 2013
Glass House wrote:
I am mostly concerned with the decay of our society as a whole. The days of personally responsibility seem to be behind us and have been replaced with everyone blaming their problems on society. Parents donít have the balls to discipline their kids anymore. It is much easier for them to blame their kidís problems on shi#tty schools, violent TV show, movies and video games.
So well put!!!! I hate to even think of how it's gonna be by the time my grandchildren are adults.. Just can't imagine???
What

Danielson, CT

#21 Mar 22, 2013
I'll agree that society is on a downward spiral but there's really nothing we can do but raise our kids to know right from wrong. Its not for us though to point a righteous finger at other parents when we don't know the whole situation. They may have disciplined their kids. I can tell you that when I was around that age I did the same thing. My parents thought I was at a friends house and we slipped out to a party. It didn't make them bad parents, they put some trust in me and I broke it. And I paid the price.
resident

AOL

#22 Mar 22, 2013
What wrote:
I'll agree that society is on a downward spiral but there's really nothing we can do but raise our kids to know right from wrong. Its not for us though to point a righteous finger at other parents when we don't know the whole situation. They may have disciplined their kids. I can tell you that when I was around that age I did the same thing. My parents thought I was at a friends house and we slipped out to a party. It didn't make them bad parents, they put some trust in me and I broke it. And I paid the price.
Very well put. We all have done that when we were kids. If any of you parents say you NEVER told your parents you were going one place and went another are full of it. You can only raise your kids the best you can, you can't be with them 24/7. Some parents are just plain BAD parents but, there are good parents that have kids that do things like this.The main issue is the ADULT that had the party and kids over their. What the hell is wrong with him? I don't care if my kid{ which he or she wasn't} was their I would be paying the moron a visit myself! Either at his home or in jail where he belongs.

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