Sex, Drinking and Drugs: Police Break Up 'Electrofoam' Party At Grantwood

One partygoer told people that more than 750 people were reportedly at the 'Electrofoam' party July 20 at Grantwood Golf Course.

broke up a massive 'electrofoam' party arranged over social media, charging ten people with various drug and drinking related charges.

Police arrived at Grantwood Golf Course at about 11:38 p.m. July 20 to find a massive party with hundreds of juveniles and young adults under 21. Officers said they observed sexual activity, drinking and found evidence of drug use.

According to the police report, the party was promoted over social media as an 'electrofoam' party and that the organizers were charging $10 for people to get into the party. One partygoer said that there more than 750 at the party.

There was a Youtube video of the party, featuring young people dancing to techno-sounding music wearing neon clothes and claiming to be from a party on July 20, but the video has since been made private and it's unclear if its the same party.

Adults who were charged include:

  • Timothy J. Duran, 18, of Solon, charged with drug abuse
  • Andrew Krall, 19, of Pennsylvania, charged with drug abuse
  • Michael T. O'Maley, 18, of Shaker Heights, charged with underage consumption
  • Cameron Greene, 19, of Macedonia, charged with underage possession of alcohol, obstructing official business, illegal possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Matthew Michael Paul, 19, of Macedonia, charged with underage possession of alcohol

Police also detained five juveniles, on various charges including underage consumption, disorderly conduct, drug abuse and curfew violations.

Click on the PDF of the police report for more information about what happened at the party.

tomcody July 24, 2012 at 08:10 PM
..YES.. the real problems a swept away..!!.
Ralph Johnson July 24, 2012 at 09:28 PM
Wow, that's crazy...
Carol L Smith July 24, 2012 at 10:01 PM
Check the pdf again -- there's some more personal info that should be blacked out, such as at least one juvenile name.
Chris Mazzolini July 24, 2012 at 11:45 PM
Hi Carol: All the redacting was done by the police department. I will notify them.
Jay July 27, 2012 at 04:46 AM
pdf has way too much personal information. Why advertise where they live? How's that helping the families of those arrested, they didn't do anything wrong. And really, I can understand the underage drinking, the drugs, but to waste time arresting someone for having ziz zag cigarette papers? My old gramps uses zig zags to roll his smokes, I wonder if the police will arrest him too?


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