ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- A Louisana woman was arrested for providing alcohol to teens at a St. Augustine house party on Sunday.
St. Johns County Police responded to the house party around 12:30 a.m.
Pamela Earle, 47, was found to be in charge of the over 40 people under 21 years of age according to a St. Johns County Sheriff's Office police report.
Upon arrival, police found several subjects in the pool and back yard of what is being described in the police report as a vacation rental home.
When party goers noticed police, they dropped their cups and started running up the stairs and out the doors. Police were able to round up between 40 and 48 juvenilles.
According to the report, Earle provided alcoholic beverages including jell-o shots, vodka, and two beer kegs to the minors. It is not specificed in the report, if Earle is related to any of the party attendees.
Two Fleming Island High School students were also arrested and charged with possession of alcohol.
Beer funnels were also found on the premises.
The remaining juveniles were turned over to their responsible parents arriving at the scene.
Earle was transported to St. Johns County jail.
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