5 arrested at party with up to 200 juveniles

  • Monday, February 13, 2017 9:29am
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Individuals who tried to keep deputies from checking on an incapacitated juvenile at a party outside Stanwood Friday night have been arrested.

Snohomish County deputies were called to the party in the 28000 block of 28th Avenue NW with up to 200 juveniles in attendance about midnight. The report says several fights were breaking out and one partygoer was no breathing, a sheriff’s news release says.

Several attempted to prevent deputies from checking on the unconscious juvenile.

Aid was provided to the intoxicated juvenile, who was later released to their parents. Four adults were booked into Snohomish County Jail and one juvenile was booked into the Denney Youth Center, both in Everett.

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