Deputies in Flagler County shut down "The Littest Homecoming Party of 2019" early Sunday morning.
A flyer circulating on social media for "Kendall's HOCO After Party" advertised "$2 shots" and "$4 mixed drinks," according to a news release from the Flagler County Sheriff's Office.
Attendees were also encouraged to "BYOB (bring your own booze) & BYOW (bring your own weed)" and to "leave the drama at home."
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The flyer also said, "If you under 16, we ain't serving you (expletive)."
Deputies saw a crowd of minors entering and exiting the fenced-in yard on Russo Drive, some carrying bottles of alcohol.
Kendall Morgan, 18, told deputies that her grandmother was home but was sleeping inside. Once the grandmother was woken up, she asked deputies for assistance shutting down the party.
Morgan initially denied hosting the party and denied alcohol was being consumed by minors, according to the release. Once deputies presented Morgan with evidence showing that she was promoting the underage drinking party on her personal social media accounts, she admitted to hosting the party.
"We will not tolerate adults contributing to the delinquency of children and promoting underage drinking. If you do, you will go to jail," Sheriff Rick Staly said in the release. "The party was scheduled from 11 p.m. until whenever, but it was promptly shut down at 12:08 a.m. Nothing good occurs when minors, alcohol, ‘weed' and adults mix."
Morgan was arrested and charged with hosting an open house party and contributing to the delinquency of a child. Deputies confirmed that Morgan was currently on juvenile probation and was additionally charged with violation of probation. She was booked into the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility, where she is being held without bond.
Additional deputies responded to the home to ensure the remaining guests made it home safely.