Wyandotte Police busted a 37-year-old woman accused of holding a wild party for a group of teenagers that were drinking alcohol at her home.
Nichole Lynn Thomson is now charged with Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor and Disorderly Conduct.
Police tell 7 Action News that Thomson shouted expletives at officers when they arrived to investigate after getting a call from the father of one teenager who was found intoxicated.
That dad told officers that when he first arrived at Thomson's house, about a dozen teenagers took off running.
As police stood outside Thomson's house talking with the dad, they say Thomson began shouting, "Whatever. You guys think you can do whatever you want. There's no party and I don't know why he is accusing me of having teens here."
The father took his daughter to a nearby hospital as officers began to talk to Thomson.
Officers said Thomson reeked of alcohol.
And despite Thomson claiming there were no other teenagers in her house besides her son, police soon located six others, including a teenage boy laying on a trampoline in the backyard. Police said the boy was covered in vomit.
Officers told the teens to contact their parents so that they could be picked up from Thomson's house.
And officers said parents were upset when they arrived.
With permission from the mother of one teenage girl, police administered a preliminary breath test and the result was .163.
When Thomson was being booked into jail, an officer reported that she said she was sorry for her behavior and lying.