Police say evidence of both alcohol and burnt marijuana were present.
UPDATED 5:35 P.M. An under-aged drinking party that was broken up by the Sudbury Police Department on Jan. 24 has resulted in numerous athletes from Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School receiving MIAA suspensions. According to Lt. Scott Nix, parents have contacted the department admitting their student-athlete had received a suspension. "Parents have called us, asking about the communication process between the school and the police," Nix said, "and what procedures were imposed and why." According to a report from Pam Cross of WCVB-Ch. 5, among those suspended were a girls basketball player and several hockey players. When contacted earlier today to confirm rumors, L-S Athletic Director Nancy O'Neil said she didn't think discussing which …
Forum will be Oct. 4 at the auditorium.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Parents of school-aged children and community members are invited to attend an evening forum on the Social Host law. The forum will be held Oct. 4, at 7:30 p.m., in the Lincoln-Sudbury auditorium. This past summer, a teen resident, Max Haberman, who had recently graduated from Lincoln-Sudbury, died in a fatal car accident as he drove home from a party. According to a police report, the use of alcohol was a contributing factor. Another teen, Timothy Jarrett, who was hosting the party, has been charged with violations of the state's Social Host Laws. At the forum, a representative from the Middlesex District Attorney's Office and a civil litigator will discuss the state's Social Host laws in hope of educating parents about the reasons for …