Two American University students are in major trouble after throwing a party so crazy that the air contained alcohol and a brawl broke out with police.
The party was thrown at the Pi Kappa Alpha frat house located on Walhonding Road in Bethesda, Md.
Jamieson Tymann allegedly punched a police officer in the face, and house resident Tyler Steinhardt is facing more than 100 counts of supplying alcohol to minors according to WUSA9 News. Officers reportedly dished out more than 100 citations for underage drinking.
When police initially arrived on the scene, they witnessed a woman being carried by two men to a car. Police entered the house and tested the air in the packed rooms, and it registered with a preliminary breath test .09, which is above the legal driving limit in Maryland.
[dcquiz] Steinhardt faces fines of $2,500 per underage drinker, which could total more than $250,000, though WUSA9 reports that it is unlikely that he will be penalized for the full amount. Tymann is set for a March 10 court date for punching a police officer.
This is hardly the first college party that has made national news for the amount students were fined. In 2010, three students at the University of Wisconsin were fined $86,000 for throwing a massive kegger.