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19-year-old arrested in Rainbow for allegedly hosting a party where a fight broke out that involved 50 people

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013
Issue 01, Volume 17.

RAINBOW - A 19-year-old man was arrested early today for allegedly hosting a party while his parents were away at which a fight broke out that involved at least 50 people.

Deputies were dispatched to the melee and to investigate reports of marijuana use and underage drinking at a residence at 47520 Rainbow Glen Road, according to sheriff's Sgt Victor Advertisement
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Arriving deputies found several minors who appeared severely intoxicated and called paramedics, who evaluated the drunken or drugged teenagers before they were released to their parents, the sergeant said.

The son of the homeowner, Severo Perez, was arrested on suspicion he violated the county's social host ordinance and for allegedly contributing to the delinquency of minors, Perry said.



Comment Profile ImageA 53 yr old Grandma
Comment #1 | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 at 2:09 am
I wonder if there are counts of contributing to the delinquency of minors?
Like Vehicular Manslaughter
In voluntary Manslaughter,
Murder 1

Because with a fight of 50 kids, and that many drunk and on some type of drunks I hope he gets every count thrown on him possible.
I also wonder if his parents would be a sueable/responsible party? As Severo Perez and Does 1 thru 100? We know there will be sueable cause.
Comment Profile Imageunderage party
Comment #2 | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 at 3:00 am
S T U P I D !
Comment Profile Imagejoe
Comment #3 | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 at 10:35 am
another case of parents believeing that there "me" generation kid
is adult enough to watch there house. we as parents need to realize that our kids are not mature enough or responsible enough. this can happen to anyone and everyone no matter where we live .
Comment Profile ImagePessimistic
Comment #4 | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 at 4:09 pm
I wonder if the parents will find their property vandalized and valuables stolen... just saying.
Comment Profile Image@joe
Comment #5 | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 at 4:51 pm
Anyone and everyone? That's a pretty bold and ignorant statement.
Comment Profile ImageReality Checker
Comment #6 | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 at 8:17 pm
The parents were really asking for this by leaving their young adult unsupervised at home. Take the kid with you, or dont leave your house overnight like that. Expect a disater and lawsuits otherwise. Since the gubbmint essentially has usurped parental authority and assumed the role of raising our kids for us, the kids are purposefully dumbed down and taught they are entitled to whatever they want and that there is no accountability for thier actions or decisions. So, thats why I said you never ever ever leave your kids at home alone overnight. Ever. Even if they are of the legal age of maturity, 18. Those kids have no clue about liability, insurance, nor how quickly everything the owners or parents have earned over their lifetimes including savings, cars, property, and future earnings can be wiped away in an instant by the stroke of a judges pen. Poof! All GONE! Over juvenile adolescent stupidity, because they are never taught to have respect and responsibility. They arent taught the value of work, or the value of an earned dollar either, for they have been given it all on a silver platter in todays pathetic society. I certainly hope the young involved read this post and soak it up, and learn from their mistakes.
Comment Profile Imageanonymous
Comment #7 | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 at 8:53 pm
There was no fight involving 50 people&no marijuana involved either .
Comment Continued : The comment above was written from the same location.
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Comment Profile Imageanonymous
Comment #8 | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 at 9:13 pm
Also , he is not 21 which means he is not able to contribute to minors .
Comment Profile ImageMichelle
Comment #9 | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 at 9:51 pm
@ reality checker, this is the second comment I've seen from you ranting about "stupid adolescents these days", like adolescents in other generations weren't stupid too. If you look at statistics, baby boomers did more drugs and had higher rates of teen pregnancy than today's youth. I wouldn't be surprised if crime rates were higher too. Juveniles have always made stupid mistakes, ranting about "today's society" just makes you look old and bitter.
Comment Profile ImagePreston
Comment #10 | Wednesday, Jan 2, 2013 at 7:50 am
Michelle and Reality Checker,
It does seem that "We the people" have failed to manage just about everything.
Tremendous prosperity has led to widespread apathy resulting in the mess we are in.
If you believe the entertainment our youth are immersed in, today's level of supervision and the outcome (including the level of education compared to other countries) is admirable, perhaps that would go a long way to explain the unimaginable acts we see taking place by our youth today.
Comment Profile ImageJJ
Comment #11 | Wednesday, Jan 2, 2013 at 7:56 am
the new generation is a bunch of losers
Comment Profile Imagegrunt
Comment #12 | Wednesday, Jan 2, 2013 at 8:07 am
@reality checker - while a lot of what you say i agree with; the comment about leaving the 19 year old home alone- come on, he can enlist in the Marines, get married, he is (probaly) out of high school) the parnets really have no control over him legally. Now HAD they done there job in the last 19 years, this MIGHT not have happened. (you have to admit that when we were kids, this also went on - and when parnets found out, the S**T hit the wall. That is the main problem today, the parnets will (probaly) complain about the cops, the neighbors who turned them in, the "bad apples" that showed up, and nothing - no action - to the kid.
Comment Profile ImageReality Checker
Comment #13 | Wednesday, Jan 2, 2013 at 2:06 pm
Ok, Grunt, lets see you leave him alone at your house overnight then. Lets see if you want to take a chance on getting your pants sued off, or your house destroyed, or lose a job, maybe all, based on age. After all, the guy is old enough to join the military, and get married, right? That means squat, man. Age means nada here, it's whether or not they have learned everything I said above. I personally know 14 year olds that have twice the maturity oDf people twice thier age and can and will work circles around them, too. Would make some 35 year olds look like kindergartners, so I know it's possible. Most just don't hold them to that standard anymore. We used to. To hold them to strict standards isnt mean, in fact, by not doing that we abuse them. We let them down. We set them up to fail miserably. We coddle them, spoil them, and we teach them that the whole world revolves around them and only them. I could tell you some good stories of the things I have seen parents do, unwittingly, unknowingly, blissfully ignorant of, to thier children. Assuridly, they will pay for it later on while trying to understand what went wrong. Next time you go into any store, and you see someone with a young one, watch them. Watch the kid running the parents instead of the other way around. Watch the parent tell them no, ten times in same cases, and then just let the kid do whatever they wanted in the end. That's what happens and poor judgement ensues. Not in all cases, of course. But in a lot of them, and its usually preventable.
Comment Profile Imagelocal
Comment #14 | Wednesday, Jan 2, 2013 at 8:03 pm
Oh noes, some kids had a party. Party on guys, just have some muscle to keep things under control next time.
Comment Profile Imageanonymous #2
Comment #15 | Wednesday, Jan 2, 2013 at 8:47 pm
jj i really like this generation, they know how to get down and dirty. atleast they settled their dispute with fist. and not papers.
Comment Profile ImageRe-???
Comment #16 | Thursday, Jan 3, 2013 at 12:27 am
Re-Reality Checker. I agree wholeheartedly. The parenting now-a-days is just not what it should be. The children run the parents because the parents are too lazy to do what they need to do to keep their children in line. I also agree that if the kid was taught right in the first place, more times than not, he would have chosen the right way to handle a situation. Peer presser can do some damage, but with the right upbringing, the child will know a potential problem before it happens, and not make the decision to carry on with the plan. Again people, this has everything to do with parents being lazy, and producing but not leading or teaching. Seeing all of these kids running through stores and not being disciplined or taught how to act will destroy our world. We will have half-cocked idiots running our world, and oh boy, who will take the blame then, and we will as a society look back and say, we should have taken a stand back then. Wake up and teach your children the right way, and run them, don't let them run you. Quit being lazy, and if you cannot control your kids, don't get pregnant, there are solutions for that, if you can research the solution to that problem.
Comment Profile ImageLee Chew
Comment #17 | Thursday, Jan 3, 2013 at 8:34 am
Heck, my neighbors would have called me when they saw a couple of cars visiting. I also would have told them to please watch over the house (exterior) for me while I was gone. I do the same for them frequently and we have no such issues. As long as we have kids living in our home regardless of age, in this case 19 years old, we are responsible somewhat for there actions.
Comment Profile ImageOld Woman
Comment #18 | Thursday, Jan 3, 2013 at 5:59 pm
I'm so confused. Parents went away without taking their adult son. What were they to do with him? Hire a child care provider? And as far as taking him with them, there are places that couples can not/ should not take their family, and it doesn't seem fair that a husband and wife should NEVER go on an overnight trip from the time they have children for the rest of their life. Also, 18 is the age of majority, NOT 21. Why should the parents, not the son, be held responsibility. That being said, the parents probably have a plan for their son now. Hopefully if their is damage, he will be working hard to be able to pay for it. Respect is am important lesson to learn.
Comment Profile ImageCarla
Comment #19 | Thursday, Jan 3, 2013 at 8:13 pm
@ Michelle #9- Exactly!

I also wonder how much this is exasperated by the fact that in a Capitalist society we reduce everything and everyone into a commodity to be exploited by those who are more powerful. Humanity is cheapened. Social responsibility is best encouraged in a social system worthy of respect by its youth. Sadly contemporary America is not there yet. But I am optimistic that we are heading in the right direction.
Comment Profile Imageunknown
Comment #20 | Friday, Jan 4, 2013 at 3:32 am
for all we know your children could of pulled the same stunt. they are young & think they are invincible, this is a reality check for them, they are learning from this. & there is no proof that there was 50 people involved in a fight or proof that there was marijuana use. the fact that he is 19 means that he couldnt of supplied the alcohol for the younger kids. everyone just needs to get their facts straight before saying something else
Comment Profile Imageanonymous
Comment #21 | Friday, Jan 4, 2013 at 12:00 pm
@unknown , exactly ! Thank you . Half of this isn't even true . They made it seem a lot worse than it really was .
Comment Profile ImageLee Chew
Comment #22 | Friday, Jan 4, 2013 at 7:05 pm
@ Carla
When did you move to the states from Tibet?

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