3-Day Rager Ends With 41 Arrested, House Condemned

College dudes

What started on Thursday night came to a crashing halt on Sunday morning when police finally arrived. At around 1:00 a.m. on Sunday morning, Boston police arrested 41 people. Many of those tried to flee the scene of the crime. The two guys renting out the home were both arrested.

From the Daily Mail:

Renter Andrew Juckett, 21, who appears to be a student of Bridgewater State University, Massachusetts, and housemate Juan Perez, also 21, were among those detained by police.

Officers said they were called to the property at 1am on Sunday to reports of a disturbance at a property in Bridgewater, before discovering the massive house party.

Once inside, police said they discovered a large amount of alcohol, several drinkers who were obviously under the age of 21, and a large amount of road signs.

Just your ho-hum, run-of-the-mill, college party. Nothing to see here. Just a bunch of college kids getting drunk, stealing road signs, smashing furniture and glass. You know, the usual things you expect to find after a good party. But we aren’t just talking about a party, we’re talking about a three-day rager. That’s 50+ hours of boozin, sex, drugs, and furniture demolition.

In fact, the damage done to the house was so bad that fire and safety inspectors deemed the house unsafe to live in. Juckett and Perez were evicted and also face charges of keeping a disorderly house.

[via Daily Mail]

Image via FOX 25

  1. nygiantgolfer

    The media would probably make a bigger deal about this if they were in a fraternity

    8 years ago at 2:02 pm
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      8 years ago at 8:29 pm
  2. AnotherOne1

    Pleasantly surprised it took the neighbors over two days to bitch them out

    8 years ago at 2:06 pm
      1. Oral Hershiser

        Maybe so, but since when does law enforcement get involved in contract disputes?

        8 years ago at 3:42 pm
    1. sweatpantsboner

      Got arrested for this, the charge normally is given if they believe you’re running a bar (serving alcohol) without a permit, or illegal gambling, or brothel. Which I could suppose our chapter house was a little bit of all the above.

      8 years ago at 4:46 pm
    2. LeonardoDiFrattio

      It sounds like the cops were being nice and giving them a trivial fine instead of screwing them with something like furnishing charges

      8 years ago at 4:58 pm
    3. thebrownidentity

      I predict noise violations, damages to the property, and theft the latter of which will get pushed away. At most they can claim plausible deniability in regards to the underage kids drinking. Some fines and community service.

      8 years ago at 8:58 am
      1. bourboncountry

        You dropped the ball on not typing it like this “to PAAAARRRTTAAAY”.

        8 years ago at 2:46 pm
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        8 years ago at 3:33 pm
  3. EQK

    Probably took two days to bust them because everyone was too busy watching and waiting for a Fraternity to slip up. #fratlivesmatter

    8 years ago at 2:42 pm
  4. Cjheath

    Hahahaha my home town the cops have nothing better to do can’t say I’m shocked this happened

    8 years ago at 4:03 pm
  5. Person141

    First of all Harrison Lee you are a terrible journalist. You haven’t checked any off the facts that you have have reported here in your article. First fact that is not true this was a one night thing not a 3 day bender. Yes there was underage drinking and the house was deemed unsafe but there was no 911 call by any of the neighbors all 3 nights. Police caught wind of a party at this house that parties are a common occurrence and the town police decided that Saturday night was the night that they were going to make this a bigger deal than it actually was and instead of letting the party goers get back to the homes, dorms, etc. they held everyone in the house stated “tonight’s going to be a record breaking night” as they laughed and continue degrading college age kids for attending a party. The deputy chief of the the Bridgewater Fire Department joked with a shooken Perez that “he wasn’t be THAT racist” when he asked where Perez was from. The 2 people who decided that they were going to be clever and escape through the windows were purely scared of their education being in jeprody and tried to flee. The house was condemned not due to the party or even parties that have occurred in that house but because the landlord who rents to the college student has not step foot on the property in at least 2 years had failed to make sure that the smoke detector system, that had been unwired prior to the residents moved in ,worked. He also failed to comply with various other health hazards the house had not due to partying. The couches that are the focal point of every news story we not piled on the front lawn till after the police had wasted town resources to cart students from the house to the station in groups of 6 at 5am after everyone includeing the residents were out of the house. The police, fire department, and possibly the landlord piled the future on the front lawn not the residents or party goers. The town of Bridgewater MA and Bridgewater State University have been in this war of policy and power for quite some time and the safety of students or people was not in mind when the cops showed up that Sunday morning. It was more how bad can we make this seem for the school, renters, landlords, college students, and how much money we can make. $40 x 41 + other charges, you do the math. There’s a bigger issue her than college kids at a party and the media did a terrible job at portraying that. Fact check next time!

    8 years ago at 5:29 pm
      1. Person141

        What you mean? What? This is the truth of what happend at that house Saturday night.

        8 years ago at 5:55 pm
      2. Oral Hershiser

        You sure chose an interesting “journalistic” institution to go after here…

        8 years ago at 6:48 pm