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New Years Alcohol-Related Incident Sends Two Teens to Hospital
Written by Nicole Porter
Last updated on January 02, 2013 @ 6:50PM
Created on January 02, 2013 @ 6:33PM
An incident in Clarksburg over the New Years holiday sent two juveniles to the hospital and launched a police investigation. Now, police want to remind you to keep alcohol away from your own sons and daughters.

There's not much being released right now since police are still following up on it  but sometime over night between New Years Eve and Day, two juveniles had to go to Ruby Memorial Hospital after an alcohol related incident. We do know, as of Wednesday afternoon, at least one was still there. Police are still monitoring their conditions.
There's only so much you can do to prevent your teen from coming into contact with alcohol but police are taking this time to remind you of the seriousness to do so. If you do have alcohol in your house, never give it to your teens and make sure you're monitoring it and checking to see if your teens could be taking it behind your back.
Police are also trying to do their part by holding alcohol compliance checks. Clarksburg Police Chief Marshall Goff said since they've cited places in the past, most are complying and checking IDs before selling alcohol.

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