More than a hundred people have been charged or cited for alcohol violations after state agents and local authorities raided two house parties in Greenville last week.
In the first case, Alcohol Law Enforcement agents say they cited Fabian Llamas-Guzman and 28 others after getting a noise complaint at the 20-year-old man's apartment on Bellamy Circle on St. Patrick's Day.
Then on Friday, ALE agents say 75 people were cited for various alcohol-related charges and three people charged after a raid on Lewis Street. Michael Supko, Deryck Deblois and Joseph Bratlinger, all 19 years old, were charged with aid and abetting underage persons with possession of alcohol, underage consumption of alcohol, selling alcohol with proper ABC permits and possession for sale of alcohol. At that party agents seized three kegs of beer.
Early last month an ECU fraternity was placed on suspension after ALE agents arrested two people and cited 60 others at the Pi Kappa Phi house.
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