The Cincinnati Enquirer
Police squelched one weekend party near the University of Cincinnati campus and crashed another, confiscating a half-barrel of Old Milwaukee and reminding partygoers the community hasn't forgotten about the overturned cars on Stratford Street during Cinco de Mayo.
With the party scheduled for Glendora Street canceled after police promised a heavy presence, officers instead checked out a party on Victor Street, one block over from Stratford. They'd seen kegs being delivered, said Capt. Paul Humphries, commander of the vice unit.
Officers arrested four people at the Victor Street party for underage possession of alcohol, selling alcohol without a permit and furnishing alcohol to a minor. Three others in the area also were charged, two on drug charges and one for an open flask and probation violations.
"We told them, 'You can thank your friends with Cinco de Stratford for this,'" Chief Tom Streicher said.
"If you can't conduct yourself in a proper fashion, we're going to be up to visit you."
TOP LOCAL STORIES
'Matrix' influence examined in slayings
Museum Center seeks tax levy
CAN releases city action plan
Bill would erase race terms from law
Classic & Jamboree moved to Cleveland
LAURA PULFER COLUMN
PULFER: A public display of affection
Veteran police sergeant indicted
Officer dragged 53 feet
Zoo's CEO presents case for levy
Presbytery asked to discipline minister
Police crash party near UC
Norwood watches other blight battle
Photo: School Mural
Children Services cuts $4.2M
Man pleads not guilty in deadly crash
Bike death poses unique problem
AROUND THE TRISTATE
School board to remove tablets
Tristate A.M. Report
Good News: Workshops to help with life issues
Obituary: Marvin Aronoff, family physician
Ohio Moments: UC grad was first woman rabbi in U.S.
Newport OK's aquarium expansion
Justice Dept. asks about Grant Co. jail
Former brewmaster likes taste of teaching
Wildlife official destroyed eagle egg