Parents and high school student are charged after hosting house party with up ...

Parents and their high school student child are charged after throwing house party for up to 60 other teens, forcing Massachusetts school to switch to remote learning Around 60 students attended a house party just outside of Boston Police were called to the home and charged the parents and their child The school at which the teens attended, Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High, has now shifted to remote learning instead of adopting a hybrid model Police have had trouble tracking down all those who attended the party after dozens ran off into nearby woods and several others gave false names  

By James Gordon For Dailymail.com

Published: 05:27 BST, 22 September 2020 | Updated: 05:36 BST, 22 September 2020

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The parents along with their child who is a student at a Massachusetts high school have been charged after allegedly hosting a party at their home, in direct violation of social host laws which forbid the distribution of alcohol to minors. 

Although those involved have not yet been named, all three are facing charges for violating the state's social host law in Framingham District Court near Boston.

Their child was charged in Framingham Juvenile Court. 

Around 60 students from Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High attended a house party just outside of Boston

Around 60 students from Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High attended a house party just outside of Boston

The school at which the teens attended, Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High, has now shifted to remote learning instead of adopting a hybrid model as a result of the mass gathering

The school at which the teens attended, Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High, has now shifted to remote learning instead of adopting a hybrid model as a result of the mass gathering

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