House party leads to 11 arrests
By NEAL WAGNER / City Editor
A Nov. 1 house party in the 100 block of Lighthouse Drive in Alabaster led to the arrest of 11 people after police responded on a noise complaint.
Alabaster Police Department Deputy Chief Curtis Rigney said officers responded to the residence after receiving a call reporting loud music at the house, which is off Shelby County 95 near the Alabaster-Helena line.
When officers arrived on the scene, they discovered several people drinking underage, Rigney said.
According to police records, officers arrested 18-year-old Calera resident Laura Marie Goldberg, 18-year-old Alabaster resident Jenna Alyse Blount, 18-year-old Alabaster resident Madison Roxanne Meeks, 18-year-old Alabaster resident Christian Antonio Spano, 18-year-old Alabaster resident John Austin Williams, 20-year-old Alabaster resident Michael Jamison Hulsey, 20-year-old Calera resident Christopher Dylan Thompson, 19-year-old Maylene resident Maxfield Christian Allison and 20-year-old Jesus Emanuel Cortes Quintana.
The nine suspects were each charged with one count of minor in consumption.
Also arrested were 22-year-old Alabaster residents Kevin Tritt and Darius Reed, both of whom were charged with one count of open house party, a class B misdemeanor.