An underage drinking party at 80 Haverhill Road in Salem led to the arrests of 31 area teens Saturday night into Sunday morning.
At approximately 11:12 p.m. Saturday night, Salem police said they responded to the residence for a report of a large underage drinking party.
A very large party was observed there by officers and numerous people were seen fleeing on foot, according to police. In total, 31 teenagers were taken into custody, all from Salem or neighboring communities. All were charged and released pending arraignment in the 10th District Court in Salem.
In addition, police said 11 vehicles were towed from the scene.
Rachel Corso, 17, of Salem, was charged with facilitating an underage drinking party and unlawful possession of alcoholic beverages.
The following were all charged with unlawful possession of alcoholic beverages: Damian Cadoret, 17, of Windham; Jeremy Wallace, 18, of Pelham; Alec Paradis, 18, of Pelham; Erin Ford, 17, of Windham; Craig Keenan, 17, of Windham; Patrick McKinney, 18, of Atkinson; Bryan Ducey, 18, of Windham; Matthew Shamon, 17, of Windham; Thomas Anderson, Jr., 17, of Pelham; Nicholas Morin, 17, of Pelham; Brian Barnard, 18, of Windham; Matthew Legere, 18, of Windham; Sean Cormier, 17, of Salem; Martin Foley, 18, of Salem; Scott Priestley, 18, of Windham; Matthew Sanchez, 17, of Salem.
Additionally, 13 individuals under the age of 17 were charged with unlawful possession of alcoholic beverages, one with an additional charge of resisting arrest, and one other was taken into protective custody. Names of arrested juveniles or those taken into protective custody are not printed by this publication.