Air tests positive for alcohol after frat’s ‘Tequila Tuesday’ party

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According to authorities in Maryland, a raging fraternity party away from American University’s campus led to multiple arrests and a discernible presence of alcohol lingering in the air.

At least 70 people, many of whom were minors, were at the home when officers responded to complaints about the gathering billed online as “Tequila Tuesday.”

The ambient air inside the residence reportedly registered 0.01 on a Breathalyzer.

Eight individuals in the home locked themselves in a bathroom upon the arrival of Bethesda police, according to WPVI, and another jumped from a second-floor window.

Six adults were arrested and face 126 counts each of supplying alcohol to minors.

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