College parties resume; liquor law seminar on tap

The return of college students has been accompanied by the return of noise complaints at Fairfield Beach and other sites in town.

Nuno Rodgrigues, 21, of Mineola, Long Island, N.Y., was issued a summons for disorderly conduct Sept. 3 at 11:19 p.m. after neighbors on Fairfield Beach Road complained about a party.

Police said they found 30 people in front of the house, loud music playing inside, and about 100 people in back.

Police responded to a report of a loud party near Lantern Point Sept. 7 at 10:45 p.m. Officers said they found about 100 people at a Fairfield Beach Road residence, and issued a summons to 21-year-old Amanda Bassiacos of New Jersey. She is due in court Sept. 21.

A noise complaint near the area of Stratfield and Louvain roads Sept. 8 at 11:35 p.m. resulted in a party being shut down, but no charges were filed.

Seminar scheduled

Fairfield Police, the Fairfield Cares Task Force and Sacred Heart University will hold a training seminar of Connecticut liquor laws and underaged drinking Tuesday, Sept. 18, in the main building at Sacred Heart on Park Avenue.

Tom Lota of Dichello Distributors, a representative of the state Liquor Commission and Fairfield Police Lt. Tom Mrozek will explain how to detect and prevent the sale of alcohol to minors, new steps minors are taking to purchase alcohol, and how stores can protect themselves.

Those who wish to attend should contact Mrozek at [email protected], or call 203-254-4825.

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