LISBON — A complaint of a loud party at an apartment in the Maple Street area of Lisbon Falls shortly before midnight Wednesday resulted in a several arrests, including six juveniles charged with consuming alcohol.

Three adults were also charged with underage drinking.

In the early morning hours Thursday, one of those adults was arrested and charged with eight counts related to a high-speed crash on Oak Street.

Police Chief David Brooks said Thursday that at 11:45 p.m. Wednesday, Officer Ryan McGee responded to a complaint of a loud party and found juveniles consuming alcohol at 7 Maple St.

The six juveniles, two 17-year-old girls from Brunswick and three boys from Durham and Lisbon Falls, all 16 or 17 years old, were taken to the police station to be picked up by their parents.

Police charged Alec McEntarffer, 19, of 4 Hunter Hill Road in Durham, and Shawn Ashley, 19, of 14 Maple St. with being minors consuming alcohol.

Victor Borja, 24, who lives at the house where the party was taking place, was charged with furnishing a place for minors to possess or consume alcohol.

Shortly before 2 a.m. Thursday, after police had left Borja’s home, they received an alert from Topsham Police Department to be on the lookout for an SUV headed toward Lisbon Falls on Route 196 that had been clocked on radar going in excess of 100 mph.

As Officer Jason St. Pierre was headed toward the Topsham town line, an SUV passed him, clocked traveling in excess of 80 mph.

Police said the vehicle made a sharp turn onto Oak Street in Lisbon Falls, driving over a road sign. McGee had already blocked the nearby municipal parking lot off Main Street so the car could not exit onto nearby Maple Street.

The vehicle finally stopped on a lawn by CarQuest on Oak Street.

St. Pierre charged the driver, Shawn Ashley of Lisbon Falls, who had earlier received a written summons for underage drinking at the party, with eluding a police officer, operating under the influence, criminal mischief, leaving the scene of an accident, operating without a license and being in violation of a conditional release.

In addition, he was also charged with criminal speed and operating without a license by Topsham Police Department.

Ashley was taken to the Androscoggin County Jail in Auburn, where he was being held Thursday on $2,000 cash bail.

Lisbon Officer Richard St. Amant assisted with the arrest.

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