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Coeur d'Alene Senior 'Kegger' Busted Before It Gets Started

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A senior keg party was busted before it even started in Kootenai County. A senior keg party was busted before it even started in Kootenai County.
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - About 300 students were expected to attend a keg party in a remote area of the Coeur d'Alene National Forest this week, but it was busted before it even started. 

The Idaho State Police say they received a tip from the Coeur d'Alene School District's Resource Officer, who said there was a senior keg party planned and about 300 students were expected to attend. After some investigation, a spot in the woods was identified as the planned party location. Idaho State Police went to the area and made contact with one of the party planners who showed up with two kegs of beer in preparation. The two kegs were seized and the student was cited for Minor in Possession of Alcohol. 

The adult who bought the alcohol was identified and cited as well for Providing Alcohol to a Minor. 

With graduations looming, the Idaho State Police wants to remind all graduating seniors, and those looking forward to summer break that their safety and safety to the public is paramount. 
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