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California Cops Bust Party Bus Rule Breakers

Posted on June 22, 2016

Police slammed the brakes on a group of teens’ rolling booze and drug shindig when they busted a party bus in Marin County a 16-year-old boy rented online for less than $1,000 and no questions asked, officials said.

The 33 teens, ranging in age from 15 to 17, had been cruising around San Francisco on Monday on what police described as a bus loaded with hard alcohol, marijuana and prescription drugs.

The 63-year-old bus driver was arrested on a string of charges including felony child endangerment and possession of his own drugs, police said.

SF Gate article here

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