Teens cause $20000 worth of damage after renting Vancouver home for party

The intersection of Ottawa Avenue and 24th Street in West Vancouver where a rager of a party cost a teen's parents $20,000

Teens cause $20000 worth of damage after renting Vancouver home for party

Police in West Vancouver say a 14-year-old girl used her parents' credit card to rent a luxury home for a party that caused about $20,000 worth of damage to the property.

A 14-year-old Vancouver girl's recent actions arise as an admonition that parents ought to take greater care to hide their credit card information. A neighbor had said that the house had quickly been uncovered as a party house with police also stating that the kids were streaming in nonstop. Unfortunately, there was a lot of property damage said to have been done to the house.

Neighbours alerted police after around 200 partygoers descended on the address.

It took about 45 minutes to get everything in order and shut it down, and after they did neighbors reported, "the streets stank of Jägermeister from all the pour-out".

"Officers attending had basically swarms of teenagers leaving the house", Constable Jeff Palmer, West Vancouver police, said. "Kids were flooding all over the place", Palmer stated, "Patrol team members were doing their level best to ensure that nobody was hurt and there [were] no medical circumstances resulting from the party". The homeowner and the girl's parents had arrived at the scene to try and figure this all out but no charges were filed. The parents and the homeowner intend to resolve the expenses incurred amongst themselves. "Certainly there is discussion to be had around what access your child or your youth has to banking information and how you might control how they use it".

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