Friday, October 4, 2013
A couple called police because their 17-year-old daughter had been missing for three days and they were concerned about her. The mother told police that she called her daughter’s friends and finally got in touch with one girl. She informed the mother that her daughter was with her and that her daughter did not wish to speak to her parents.
Then she hung up on the mother.
The mother naturally called the girl back over and over in hopes of getting more information. She refused to answer, but a short time later had her own mother call this concerned parent.
She told the concerned parent that her daughter was fine and was going to stay with them. She said the girls had been drinking at the beach and that she was sleeping. The concerned parents then said they were on the way over to check on their daughter and the other mother told them, “uhm, you might not want to do that.”
Well, of course they did. And they did.
But when they arrived, they were not allowed in the house. And that’s when they called the cops.
Police arrived and went to the room where the girl was passed out. They tried for several minutes to rouse her to no avail. Just before EMS arrived the girl woke up. At the same time, the friend was downstairs yelling and causing a scene and had to be chilled out by other officers.
EMS evaluated the teen and confirmed she was wasted. She kept saying she was not going home and she hated her parents.
About that time, the mother of the house said that after all the chaos going on she no longer wanted the kid staying with her. According to the incident report, she, too, was grossly intoxicated.
At any rate, the teen was taken to the hospital and treated for over consumption. She was still refusing to go home with her parents as well. The officer told the parents that doctors would keep her overnight and they should try and convince her to return home the next day when she was not drunk and could think more clearly.