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NORFOLK - Twenty area teenagers were arrested on alcohol-related charges at a Norfolk house party Saturday, barely two weeks after a tragic under-age drinking party at the abandoned Norfolk airport.

The latest incident occurred about 9 p.m. Saturday at 10 Arnold Road, police said.

The teenagers taken into custody were "a totally separate group of kids" from the group who attended the Oct. 17 airport party, which ended in the death of 17-year-old Taylor Meyer, a King Philip Regional High School senior from Plainville, police Lt. Jonathan Carroll said Monday.

Meyer, who became separated from her friends at the airport party, was found dead three days later in a marshy area near the airport. An autopsy revealed she had drowned.

"There have been some other parties over the summer where we made arrests and a lot of summonses," Carroll said. "I think this has always been a problem." Wrentham District Court Judge Warren Powers dismissed charges against 16 of the 20 teenagers involved in Saturday's party, including the host, upon payment of court costs following their arraignment Monday, said Kevin Bowe, spokesman for Norfolk County District Attorney William Keating.

Seven of the 20 arrested Saturday were from towns within the King Philip school district - six of the students were from Norfolk and one was from Wrentham. Nine others were from Norwood, two were from Walpole and two from Canton.

Police responded to 10 Arnold Road, on a cul-de-sac off Route 115, following a neighbor's complaint about a possible under-age drinking party, Carroll said.

"The neighbor saw all the kids going in, saw all the alcohol, and knew the mother was not at home," Carroll said.

Officers at the scene reported seeing about dozens of cups filled with beverages throughout the home, Carroll said.

Police charged the host, Corey Crosby, 19, of 10 Arnold Road, with furnishing alcohol to persons under age 21.

Crosby and the other 19 teenagers, ranging in age from 15 to 18, were charged with being under 21 in possession of alcohol. Police seized several cases of beer and a bottle of vodka from the home.

Police called Crosby's mother at work, and she left to come home, Carroll said.

In addition to Crosby, those arrested included:

Norfolk residents Nicholas A. Johnson, 18, of 79 Main St.; David W. Tripp, 18, of 28 Holbrook St.; Kyle E. O'Halloran, 18, of 22 Rockwood Road; Dominic N. Calderone, 18, of 50 Pond St.; and a 16-year-old male. Wrentham resident Derek L. Conner, 18, of 28 Winter St.

Norwood residents Jhorjy R. Antoine, 18; Amber D. Smith, 17; Steven J. Mahon, 17; Anthony D. Akl, 17; Darnel Pierre, 18; John Bigos, 17; Jessica Motta, 17; Woodley Laurole, 17; and Stephen Bottex, 17.

Walpole residents Nicholas Howard and Ryan A. Kalcos, both 17 and from Walpole

And two girls, ages 15 and 16, from Canton.

The Norfolk 16-year-old and the two Canton girls face arraignment in Dedham Juvenile Court at a later date.

The case against one teenager, whose name was unavailable, was continued to Dec. 11, Bowe said.

Police from Wrentham, Foxboro and Walpole helped with the arrests and processing of the defendants.
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