Southington police dispatchers received a report of a large party on the property of YMCA Camp Sloper on Tuesday, Aug. 16, at approximately 10:47 p.m., and investigating officers found a caravan of 10 to 15 vehicles driving through the property.
The people found within the vehicles claimed that they heard there was a party at the camp via social media. Due to the fact that all were found on private property after hours of operation the following people were issued infractions for simple trespassing:
Hedy Baez, 19; Lydia I. Baez, 19; Jessica Alers, 18; Brianna Alers, 24; Terri Carson, 18; Evelina Zawadzki, 18; Elliana Cardona, 19; Abdullah H. Abdelgani, 19; Ahmed Abdelghani, 20; Connor Marcantonio, 19; Tyler Angiletta, 19; Belal Abdelghani, 19; Jacob Skalski, 20; Nathan Hunter, 21; Toledo Noel Sharp Jr, 20; Gage K. Forney, 20; Beatrice Maldonado, 21; Kendra Newkirk, 21; and Ashleigh Carlson, 21, of Meriden.
Desiree Brown, 19, and Kiana Manzie, 18, of New Britain.
Jasmine Ann Brown, 18, of Hamden.
Mia Houlihan, 18; Katrina Soucy, Katrina, 18; Drew Boisvert, 20; and Jack Russell, 18, of Bristol.
Enrico Rossetti, 21, of Plainville.
Emily Brown, 19, of Wolcott.
Dmitriy Annenkov, 22, and Richard Figlewski Jr., 23, of Wallingford.
Adam Phillips, 24; Taylor Leclaire, 23; and Brian Kehoe, 25, of Clinton.
Robert Wachtarz, 28, of Chester.
Jessie Martin, 24, of Farmington.
In addition, there were eight 16 and 17 year olds found on the property. Each was cited for simple trespassing.
In addition, Alejandro Ortiz, 18, of Meriden was issued a misdemeanor summons for misuse of marker plates, operating a motor vehicle without insurance, operating a motor vehicle without a license, and simple trespassing.