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Greenwood police arrest 11 at underage drinking party


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Eleven people were arrested at an underage drinking party in a Greenwood home Thursday.

Greenwood police officers went to a house in the 1100 block of Cutler Lane and recognized it as one where multiple people under age 21 had been arrested Jan. 19 on charges of consumption of alcohol by a minor, according to a police report.

On Thursday night, an officer walked up to the house and could see through a window several people drinking alcohol and a possible drinking game set up on a table, the report said. When resident Joshua Decamp, 20, opened the door, the officer saw several people running to another room carrying drinks, the report said.

The people in the home told police they had been drinking alcoholic beverages, including beer and whiskey, the report said. The officer gave breath tests to check blood-alcohol content.

The following were arrested on a charge of possession of alcohol by a minor and taken to the Johnson County jail:

Shelby Sullivan, 20, 6635 Southern Drive, Indianapolis, had a blood-alcohol content of .006 percent.

Alyssa Russo, 20, 3024 Wildcat Lane, Indianapolis, had a blood-alcohol content of .008 percent.

Hope Golden, 19, 722 E. Gimber St., Indianapolis, had a blood-alcohol content of .108 percent.

Logan Personett, 6792 E. County Road 900N, Seymour, had a blood-alcohol content of .093 percent.

Tyler Blattner, 20, 5334 Waterton Lakes Drive, Indianapolis, had a blood-alcohol content of .127 percent.

Elijah Stidd, 19, 1400 East Ave., Indianapolis, had a blood-alcohol content of .075 percent.

Kieffer Simpson, 19, 1400 E. Hanna Ave., Indianapolis, had a blood-alcohol content of .057 percent.

Arieana Abbott, 19, 422 Emerson Drive, Seymour, had a blood-alcohol content of .057 percent.

All the people, except Stidd and Abbott, had been released on $1,000 bond by Friday afternoon.

Jaylen Hicks, 19, 7512 Dorknock Drive, Indianapolis, had a blood-alcohol content of .065 and was arrested on a charge of possession of alcohol by a minor. He was released from the jail on $2,000 bond.

Joseph Richardson, 19, and Decamp, both residents of the home where the party was, were arrested on charges of maintaining a common nuisance and possession of alcohol by a minor.

Richardson’s breath test showed a blood-alcohol content of .138 percent, and Decamp’s showed a blood-alcohol content of .08 percent. Richardson was released on $2,000 bond, and Decamp was being held on $2,000 bond Friday afternoon.

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