Missing Teen Found Safe After Drunken Hot Tub Party - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Missing Teen Found Safe After Drunken Hot Tub Party

LEWISTON, Idaho - Underage drinking, cold temperatures, and a missing juvenile believed to be wearing only a swimsuit and a t-shirt were cause for concern for the Lewiston Police Department early New Years Day.

Officers were called to a residence in the 3600 block of Country Club Ct. at around 3:15 am New Years Day after it was reported several subjects were in the backyard of a residence, using the hot tub, while the owners were on vacation. Officers made contact with an adult male passed out in a vehicle in front of the residence. He was arrested for Underage Consumption of Alcohol.

At the same time, a juvenile male and female ran from the location, still in their swimsuits, but returned a couple of minutes later due to being wet and cold. Those two juveniles were charged with Underage Consumption of Alcohol and released to their parents. Following these events, there was no indication that anyone else was there. The two juveniles told officers it was just the three of them in the hot tub.

About six hours later, officers learned that another juvenile had fled the scene and had not been heard from since. Lewiston Police Officers and the juvenile's parents search the area around the Country Club Golf Course, but could not locate the missing person. Due to the extreme cold weather and the fact that the juvenile was believed to be clothed in only a swimsuit and possibly a t-shirt, police requested the assistance of the Nez Perce County Sheriff's Office, including their K-9 unit. Two Lewiston Police Officers and private citizens also arrived to assist in the search.

About three hours later, a resident in the 3500 block of Country Club Dr. located the juvenile passed out in a bedroom of his residence. The juvenile was later charged with Underage Consumption of Alcohol and Unlawful Entry and released to the custody of his parents.

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