"Completely Out Of Control" Party In Seneca Broken Up - WSPA.com

"Completely Out Of Control" Party In Seneca Broken Up

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Deputies were called to a large party early Saturday morning on Martin Creek Road because of noise complaints. Deputies were called to a large party early Saturday morning on Martin Creek Road because of noise complaints.
OCONEE COUNTY, S.C. -
The Oconee County Sheriff's Office made multiple arrests after breaking up a party described as "completely out of control" near Seneca.

Deputies were called to a large party early Saturday morning on Martin Creek Road because of noise complaints.

After breaking up the party, deputies stayed at the scene to direct traffic when the road became blocked. Deputies say there were a large number of cars and intoxicated drivers.

Deputies say they warned they would arrest anyone walking on the road over a public address system four times.

SCSO deputies arrested Camden Holdridge Alder, 20, of Central, Tanner Lewis Garrity, 21, of Cape Elizabeth, Maine, Noah Samuel Brame, 19, from Clemson and 19-year old Joey Michael Bisognani of North Charleston.

All were booked on public disorderly charges and were released from the Oconee County Sheriff's Office on Saturday.
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