Rumson police announced arrests yesterday of three teenage pedestrians for underage drinking after police were apparently called for loud, blasphemous comments by the teens in question.1
The arrests come as part of a conscientious regional approach in cooperation with Fairhaven to diminish underage teen drinking.
Now that the windows are open in the warm weather, it's not difficult to hear the sound of rowdy pedestrian traffic late at night, often young people. Discarded beer cans often litter Rumson Road alongside the church property during the summer months. An increase in public awareness and a renewed vigilance in enforcement and prevention of teen drinking is quite timely as summer approaches and graduation parties kick into gear.