265 North East Street
But still enough to make me worry about this upcoming Halloween weekend -- especially considering the presence of a top ingredient for potential explosiveness: good weather.
The winner out of the two Party Houses would have to be 265 North East Street, from sheer size alone. And of course all the things that go along with a crowd that large in a house zoned for a dozen.
Both APD and AFD were tied up dealing with the party crowd thus leaving the rest of the town less protected.
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ETOH = dangerously drunk
In Eastern Hampshire District Court on Monday all four defendants had their criminal cases converted to civil with payment of a $300 fine for Town By Law "Noise" violation, the unlicensed keg charge was "placed on file" until 5/15/16 and the "Nuisance" charge they were found "not responsible."AFD responding back to 265 North East Street (Party House) for another intoxicated, passed out college age male.— Larry Kelley (@amherstac) October 24, 2015
Dylan Estes, age 21, arraigned before Judge John Payne
Dylan Naples, age 21
William Nadai, age 20
Greg Gagnon, age 22
233 Strong Street
Jake McDermott, Ryan Grady and Daniel Legmann stand before Judge John Payne with their private attorney
APD arrests three at Party House on Strong Street. Warned in July, August and September. 4 strikes, you're arrested.— Larry Kelley (@amherstac) October 24, 2015