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Crown Point parties result in 29 arrests

Burglary, under-age drinking alleged

Police have arrested 29 people in connection with thefts and under-age drinking at a summer residence in Crown Point. An October investigation of a burglary led to a seasonal camp that, state police report, was used for four separate parties allegedly involving under-age drinking.

Police have arrested 29 people in connection with thefts and under-age drinking at a summer residence in Crown Point. An October investigation of a burglary led to a seasonal camp that, state police report, was used for four separate parties allegedly involving under-age drinking.

— Police have arrested 29 people in connection with thefts and under-age drinking at a summer residence in Crown Point.

An October investigation of a burglary led to a seasonal camp that, state police report, was used for four separate parties allegedly involving under-age drinking.

Police believe the summer home on Sam Curran Road was burglarized on several occasions and was the site of parties allegedly involving under-age drinking.

Some of the defendants who were of legal drinking age allegedly provided the younger, under-age participants with alcohol, police said.

The parties were held on the nights of Sept. 21, 28 and 29 and Oct. 5.

Those who are age 16 and older were charged as adults.

Charged with second-degree burglary of a dwelling, a felony, are: Bret O. Gudikunst, 17, of Crown Point, four counts; Tyler J. Woods, 18, of Ticonderoga, three counts; Paige D. Harris, 16, of Crown Point, one count; James T. Blanchard, 16, of Crown Point, four counts; Vincent A. Gibbs, 21, of Crown Point, one count; Michael J. Gould, 18, of Crown Point, three counts; Jonathan C. Spaulding, 17, of Crown Point, one count; Devin M. McCoy, 17, of Crown Point, one count; Brant C. Rice, 27, of Crown Point, one count; Adrian P. Fernandez, 16, of Ticonderoga, two counts; Megan M. Campney, 17, of Ticonderoga, one count; Brenda M. Mesones, 18, of Crown Point, two counts; James C. Russell, 17, of Crown Point, one count; Sara J. Fuller, 18, of Ticonderoga, two counts; Brianna S. Morse, 16, of Ticonderoga, two counts; Cameron C. Cole, 21, of Ticonderoga, one count; Kelsey M. Wertz, 17, of Ticonderoga, one count; and Christian M. Chambre, 22, of Crown Point, one count.

Gibbs, Rice, Cole and Chambre were also charged with one count each of first-degree unlawful dealing with a child by providing the child with alcohol, a misdemeanor.

Kaitlin A. Gudikunst, 21, of Crown Point was not charged with burglary but was arrested on two counts of first-degree unlawful dealing with a child by providing the child with alcohol, a misdemeanor. She was released on an appearance ticket.

Also charged with various counts of second-degree burglary of a dwelling were three 14-year-olds and five 15-year-olds, police said. Their names were not released.

Additional arrests and charges are possible as the investigation continues, police said.

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