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Police: Schwarzenegger's teen son held rowdy party

By Associated Press

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LAST UPDATED: 09:55 a.m. HST, Nov 02, 2010



LOS ANGELES — Police say Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's 17-year-old son was co-host of a rowdy alcohol-fueled Halloween party where Los Angeles officers cited several people for underage drinking.

Patrick Schwarzenegger was identified as a co-host of the Sunset Boulevard party held in a private home Saturday night near Will Rogers State Park. The residence is near the Schwarzenegger compound in Pacific Palisades.

Sgt. Gary Levy says a half-dozen complaints of loud music led officers to shut down the party sometime after 11:30 p.m. There were 100 to 200 partygoers, some of them minors in possession of alcohol.

The sergeant said Tuesday that several people were cited for alcohol violations, but the governor's son wasn't one of them.

Governor spokesman Aaron McLear declined to comment Tuesday.







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