Three teens charged with underage drinking after Saco noise complaint, police say

Posted Aug. 13, 2012, at 12:43 p.m.

SACO, Maine — A trio of Massachusetts teenagers were summoned for underage drinking on Sunday after a noise complaint, according to police.

The men, Brendan Daoust, 18, Tyley Crocker, 19, and Jeremy Wich, 18, all of Pittsfield, Mass., fled the scene on Ricker Road when police arrived, according to Saco Deputy Chief Jeff Holland.

Holland said the men, who had been staying at a Scarborough campground, went to Old Orchard Beach for the day and met a female, who invited them to the house.

Just after midnight Sunday, police were notified of a noise complaint, and when they made contact with the men, all three of them had alcohol on their breaths.

All three were charged with underage consumption, Holland said, and were issued a trespass warning not to return to the Ricker Road residence. Holland said the girl, who was not charged, and the three men were the only ones in the house.

Police even gave the trio a ride back to the campground where they were staying.

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