That party, thrown last September, earned its four alleged hosts, all Boston University students, one charge each of keeping a disorderly house. They were put on pretrial probation, police said, and were told that if they stayed out of trouble, all would be forgiven.
But four months later came the second party. When police arrived around 1 a.m., partiers slammed the door in officers’ faces and locked it, police said. Scores of people, many underage, began pouring out doors and windows. When police did get in, they found more than 1,000 beer cans.
Partygoers at the January bash told police that the house was used by a BU fraternity, “Z.B.T.”, according to the police report. The fraternity president declined to comment Thursday.
Boston University spokesman Colin Riley said he could not comment on individual students.
“We expect our students to be good neighbors and respect the laws,” he said.
Posted by Harry Mattison on 2/28/2014 01:10:00 PM