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  • Woman Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison for Hosting Party Where Teen Died

    05/26/2016 12:33:11 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 43 replies
    KFOR ^ | 5/26/16 | Jessica Bruno
    A Lexington woman is sentenced to 20 years in prison after a 15-year-old boy dies of alcohol poisoning at a party at her home. 15-year-old Nicholas Faught died at the party allegedly hosted by Tonya Moss and Justin Moore in March of 2015. At the sentencing, the victim's mother gave her testimony, the whole time choking back tears and looking straight at Moss saying she will never understand what her family is going through. The defendant also gave her testimony, claiming she did not know about the party and thought her son was only having a bonfire with a few...
  • Toga! Toga! Trouble!

    06/15/2006 11:08:54 AM PDT · by Last Dakotan · 44 replies · 1,856+ views
    JSOnline ^ | June 14, 2006 | TOM KERTSCHER
    Call Dean Wormer: Graduation party at restaurant owned by 'Animal House' actor gets out of hand... Mequon - When the party animals at Delta house were facing the wrath of the Faber College dean and campus ROTC commander Doug Neidermeyer, they decided on a now-classic response: "Toga party." Twenty-eight years later, a group of high school students decided the best way to celebrate graduation would be in togas - with a party at Libby Montana restaurant in Mequon. It seems the party planners chose Libby Montana because the actor who played Neidermeyer in the movie "Animal House" - Mark Metcalf...
  • Worcester DA Snags Police Files

    01/05/2006 7:24:00 AM PST · by Andy'smom · 10 replies · 535+ views
    The MetroWest Daily News ^ | 01/05/06 | Lisa Gentes and Kristen Bradley
    Worcester DA snags police files By Lisa Gentes and Kristen Bradley Thursday, January 5, 2006 Two weeks after Worcester County District Attorney John Conte said he was unlikely to pursue charges in connection with a crash that killed two Southborough sisters, the DA has for the first time requested all files related to a Northborough Police investigation. The request followed a story that appeared in the Dec. 30 Daily News reporting the 17-year-old driver, Shauna Murphy, had been drinking before the crash, according to a source familiar with the case. Northborough Police Chief Mark Leahy said yesterday that a representative...
  • GIRL WHO BOOZED AT 12 NEEDS NEW LIVER AT 20

    12/19/2004 2:08:29 PM PST · by wagglebee · 80 replies · 2,313+ views
    UK Mirror ^ | 12/19/04 | Matthew Bell
    A GIRL of 20 has become the youngest person in Britain to need a new liver because of binge-drinking. The girl, who began boozing when she was 12, was diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver in hospital after collapsing following a heavy drinking session. Her case was highlighted by expert Ian Gilmore on the eve of a conference to discuss the alarming rise in drinking among British girls. Shock figures last week showed that teenage girls are now bigger binge drinkers than boys The girl involved told doctors at the Royal University Hospital in her home city of Liverpool that...
  • Upsurge in teenage girls' drinking Flavored 'alcopops' called gateway for young consumers

    12/18/2004 6:52:05 PM PST · by wagglebee · 60 replies · 1,321+ views
    S.F. Gate ^ | 12/17/04 | Newsday
    The percentage of teenage girls who drink alcoholic beverages is rising faster than that of boys, and on average the girls take their first drink at age 13, the American Medical Association said Thursday in reporting the findings of two surveys. The AMA contends that a class of beverages informally known as "alcopops" is partly to blame, and it is warning doctors to educate teenagers about the dangers of such sweet drinks. The polls indicate that teenage girls are most vulnerable to the marketing of the beverages, which contain 5 to 7 percent alcohol and have names like Rick's Spiked...
  • Age of Propaganda

    09/28/2004 1:30:20 PM PDT · by neverdem · 4 replies · 317+ views
    Reason ^ | October 2004 | David J. Hanson and Matt Walcoff
    October 2004 Age of Propaganda The government attacks teenage drinking with junk science David J. Hanson and Matt Walcoff In July 2001 the U.S. Department of Justice announced an alleged breakthrough in research on alcohol policy. According to the DOJ, a comparison of drinking rates among American and European teenagers proved once and for all that Europe’s more-liberal laws and attitudes regarding drinking by adolescents lead to greater alcohol problems. Backers of the current U.S. drinking age -- 21, the world’s highest -- have adopted the DOJ’s finding as if it were handed down from Mount Sinai. They refer...
  • 2 Parents (Mothers) Accused of Buying Hazing Beer

    05/21/2003 10:19:48 PM PDT · by LdSentinal · 34 replies · 492+ views
    The Associated Press ^ | 5/21/03 | Megan Reichgott
    SKOKIE, Ill. - Two parents were charged Wednesday with supplying alcohol to students at a suburban Chicago high school who participated in a brutal hazing incident captured on videotape. Christine Neal, 49, was charged with delivery of alcohol to a minor for buying three kegs of beer, two of which were found at the park where the hazing took place, prosecutors said. Marcy Spiwak, 49, was charged with allowing her home to be used for underaged drinking. Neal is the mother of student Dominic Vargas, 18, who was charged with unlawful possession of alcohol by a minor. Authorities said Vargas...
  • [Schumer announces] Feds to tackle Westchester underage [teenage] drinking

    11/20/2002 3:25:50 PM PST · by LurkedLongEnough · 5 replies · 152+ views
    THE JOURNAL NEWS ^ | November 20, 2002 | ROBERT MARCHANT
    <p>WHITE PLAINS — Sen. Charles Schumer today announced the U.S. Department of Justice would examine the problem of underage drinking in Westchester County.</p> <p>Speaking at a news conference in White Plains, Schumer said the department's Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention would review the current array of programs in Westchester to combat teen-drinking, then make recommendations.</p>