(Bethesda, MD) — A wild frat party inside a Maryland home included so much booze that police say the air inside the house registered a positive reading on a Breathalyzer. Montgomery County, Maryland police said they were called to a home in the Washington suburb of Bethesda on Tuesday after neighbors complained of a loud party. Police said they took measurements and the air inside the home registered a point-zero-one on the Breathalyzer. The frat house residents refused to tell police where they got the liquor. Each are now facing charges of allowing underage possession of alcohol and furnishing alcohol to a minor.
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