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Wild Party At NFL Star's Home Brings Charges
They turned themselves in, four teen-agers and two men in their twenties accused of trespassing inside a Stephentown house Labor Day weekend at a party that caused, by the homeowner's estimate, $20,000 worth of damage. They were arraigned Thursday night at Stephentown Town Court.
They will be back in court in October but for now the six have been released on their own recognizance.
Among them, 21-year-old Cody Blain of Berlin, who pulled his hoodie down around his face to hide from cameras as his grandmother put him in the car to leave court. He's accused of criminal trespass, endangering the welfare of a child and unlawfully dealing with a child. Investigators say the youngest at the party were fifteen years old.
According the the Rensselaer County Sheriff's Office, 19-year-old Seth Hawk of Grafton organized the party and provided alcohol. He accused of burglary and criminal mischief in addition to the same charges leveled against Blain and 20-year-old Juan Santana of Grafton.
The sheriff's office says three young women turned themselves in: Meghan Loiselle of Green Island and Keely Sullivan of Troy are 18; Mackenzie Grogan of Cohoes is 17. Each of those three cases is being handled as a "youthful offender" adjudication, meaning the records of each case will be kept confidential and not made public.
Some of the hundreds of young people who attended the party at the home of Brian Holloway posted pictures of themselves on-line. Holloway posted those photos (and some messages posted on Twitter) on a web-site of his own. Three weeks after the party, Holloway decided to press charges.