This Florida teen handed out a flyer that promised the “littest homecoming party” of the year — but the shindig didn’t last long when the invite wound up in the hands of cops.
“Leave the drama at home,” read the invite from Kendall Rose Morgan, 18, that was discovered by deputies at the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office ahead of the Saturday soiree.
The poster included faces of young women and suggested partiers bring their own alcohol and marijuana. “There will be a white gate to the right of that house … If you under 16 we aint [sic] serving you sh-t.”
With $2 shots and $4 mixed drinks, Morgan advertised that the party in Palm Coast would kick off at 11 p.m. and go until “whenever,” but the planned bash only lasted little over an hour before deputies broke it up, sheriff officials said.
A crowd of teens – including one who had a bottle of vodka – were spotted by deputies just after midnight Sunday in a fenced-in yard. Morgan said her grandmother was home at the time, but was sleeping inside, according to the sheriff’s office.
Once she was awakened, Morgan’s grandmother asked deputies for help to shut the shindig down. The teen, who initially denied hosting the party, then confessed to arranging it when deputies showed Morgan her own Instagram posts showing several bottles of liquor on a table, according to an arrest report obtained by The Post.
At least one juvenile drank alcohol at the party, according to the report.
“We will not tolerate adults contributing to the delinquency of children and promoting underage drinking,” Sheriff Rick Staly said in a news release. “If you do, you will go to jail … Nothing good occurs when minors, alcohol, ‘weed’ and adults mix.”
Morgan, who was already on probation, remained held without bond Tuesday on charges of hosting an open house party and contributing to the delinquency of a child.