What was supposed to be a small gathering of teenagers over the weekend turned into a wild house party in Plymouth.
Neighbors like George Samra, who lives right across the street, could hear the commotion on Fellows Creek Court in Plymouth Township Friday night.
Samra says cars lined the street in the Country Club subdivision on both sides, and he could hear the music inside his home.
Police say the party mushroomed all because of social media.
According to a police report, teens destroyed the house, tearing off kitchen cabinets. Investigators say a 16-year-old girl was home, family away in California, and that's when things got out of control.
No one answered the door when we knocked Tuesday night. Investigators are still trying to figure out where all the kids came from.
When officers arrived on scene 300 teenagers ran in all directions, some through windows, according to documents.
Officers say they found beer cans and liquor bottles, and the overwhelming smell of marijuana forced some officers to go outside for fresh air.
Police say a girl was found unconscious in the master bedroom, but she was breathing.
No word yet on how many citations were handed out because of the party.