WATERVILLE, Maine — Police broke up a party early Monday morning and two women and a teenage girl wound up getting arrested.

A Water Street resident had complained about loud noise coming from a nearby apartment around 12:35 a.m., according to Waterville Deputy Chief Charles Rumsey.

After police arrived, the renter of the apartment, Kailynn Depesa, 30, was arrested and charged with furnishing a place for minors to consume alcohol, and an uncooperative 16-year-old girl apparently tried to flee against officers’ orders, Rumsey said.

The girl was placed under arrest and charged with refusing to submit to arrest and being a minor in possession of alcohol. She later was released to her parents’ custody, Rumsey said.

Aaliyah Gagliardi, 20, of Canaan also tried to leave despite being instructed to stay, and wound up slapping an officer’s hand away, resulting in her being arrested and charged with assault, Rumsey said.

Two others, Robert Corson, 20, of Waterville and Ashlyn Laliberte, 19, of Canaan, were summoned on underage drinking charges.

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