A 17-year-old Brookside Road resident was charged with serving alcohol to minors Aug. 11, according to police.

An officer on patrol said he saw two youths carrying a 30-pack of beer on Brookside Road, having just left a party.

Upon arrival at the residence, officers discovered a Bud Light can on the front porch, several empty 30-packs of Coors Light and numerous youths in an upstairs bedroom and the basement of the residence.

Police said they discovered an intoxicated youth passed out on the couch. When awakened, he began vomiting uncontrollably and was transported to Stamford Hospital for treatment by Post 35 EMS, police said.

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According to the report, the teen said he planned on having a small party consisting of 20 to 25 people, but it got out of control. He told police the party began at 9 p.m. on Aug. 10. The parents of the resident were unable to be contacted, as they were out of state, so a family friend was contacted to supervise the juvenile until the parents returned home, police said.

Upon the parents' return, the female homeowner discovered someone had entered the master bedroom and taken jewelry from her jewelry box.

The items reported stolen were: a ladies' watch with diamonds valued at $6,500; a ladies' yellow gold watch valued at $5,000; a men's Movado watch valued at $5,000; a pair of gold men's cuff links valued at $1,000; and a pair of men's onyx cuff links valued at $2,000, according to the report.