The party is long over but the teens whose parents were called after a Roseville house was burglarized during a Halloween bash have probably not heard the last of it.
Roseville police said that carloads of teens started arriving at the home near Junction Boulevard and Woodcreek Oak Boulevard late on the night of Oct. 31. They got into the vacant house through a dog door at the rear of the home, according to a police newsletter.
When police arrived to break up the gathering, they found the house littered with alcohol bottles, cigarette butts and other party paraphernalia. Officers ended up speaking with 40 teens from Roseville and the surrounding area.
Parents were called. For partygoers under 18 years old, rides home were arranged.
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Police said word of the party was spread by an invitation on Twitter. Estimated cost of cleaning the house: $500.
Call The Bee’s Bill Lindelof, (916) 321-1079.