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Police Charge Warren Woman for Giving Alcohol to Minors

Police Charge Warren Woman for Giving Alcohol to Minors

WARREN, NJ — A Warren woman was charged with giving alcohol to minors over the weekend, according to a  report released by the Warren police.

After receiving reports of a loud and unruly party, Warren Police responded to a home on Liberty Corner Road on Oct. 6 at 9:32 p.m. and Paula Mezzo, 51, a resident of the home, was issued a summons for making alcohol available to minors, police said.

 A minor on the scene was issued summonses for noise and underage drinking.

 

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