It all happened at the home at 5 Juniper Valley Court after police received several calls about a loud house party, according to Beverly police.
In the end, two adults at the home were charged in connection to the party as well as three young people.
Beverly police got assistance from Manchester-by-the-Sea police, Wenham police and State police to handle the estimated 100-150 partygoers.
Police didn’t say exactly what time they were called to the home but when they got there found the street blocked by several illegally blocked vehicles and walked in from Hale Street. At the home, there found that most of the partiers were under 21 and there were “numerous bottles of liquor and cans,” according to a police report.
The crowd of partygoers was uncooperative, according to police, and Beverly police patrol supervisor Sgt. Larry VanLiere called for mutual aid police assistance and the party was broken up and peace was restored.
The arrests included Ronnie Alford 42, of Juniper Valley Court, who was charged with having a noisy and disorderly house and procuring alcohol for minors and Kimberly Alford 43, also of Juniper Valley Court, who was charged with a social host violation.
Other arrests included Shawn Sequeira 18, of Lowell Street in Beverly, who was charged with being a minor in possession of alcohol; David White, 19, of Lyman Street in Beverly, charged with disturbing the peace and Briana Doody, 20, of Mansfield, Mass., who was charged with operating under the influence liquor. A 17-year-old juvenile was also arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and being a minor in possession of alcohol.
Officers taking part in the arrests were Beverly Officers Justin Zwicker, John McCarthy, David Grimes and Shawn Desmond in addition to VanLiere, plus Wenham Sgt. Mike Mscisz and Manchester Officer Howie Lewis plus troopers from State Police.