Thursday, September 27, 2007

Police Sawhorse Souvenir: Not a Good Idea for a Party House

From the Allston-Brighton TAB's coverage of the police and last weekend's parties.
Shortly before 2 a.m. on Saturday, police and BC officials broke up a party at 249 Foster St., where they observed between 25 and 30 college students drinking. Police confiscated the tap to a beer keg and gave it to Tom Keady, Boston College’s vice president of governmental and community affairs, for donation to charity. Police warned the nine lessees that further complaints would result in arrest.

Police also removed a Boston Police sawhorse from the basement of the apartment. The residents said it had been there when they moved in.
I have a feeling that those police won't give the guys at 249 Foster Street a second chance after confiscating that sawhorse.

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