Troopers Cite or Arrest 10 Exit Glacier Campers

Alaska State Troopers say 10 people were charged with underage drinking or other charges during a party at the Exit Glacier camping area near Seward.

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SEWARD- Alaska State Troopers say 10 people were charged with underage drinking or other charges during a party at the Exit Glacier camping area near Seward.


Troopers say all were from other communities.


Troopers just after 3 a.m. Friday investigated loud noise from the party. They cited a 20-year-old Anchorage man and teenagers from Colorado, Montana and Soldotna as first-time underage alcohol consumers.


Two teenage girls from Soldotna and one from Sterling with single previous convictions for underage drinking were cited again.


Two teenagers from Soldotna with at least two convictions for consuming alcohol were arrested as habitual offenders. Troopers say one other person was charged with filing a false report after he gave an officer an incorrect name.

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