Parent Accused of Throwing Party for Teens

Fallbrook residents reported partying and possibly fighting to the Sheriff's Department


The Sheriff's Department has accused a mother of throwing a party for her 18-year-old daughter that may have been attended by up to 200 teens.

Calls to the department on Saturday night reported that up to 200 teens were partying loudly at a home on Morro Rd., according to a statement from the San Diego County Sheriff's Department.

One neighbor also reported a fight at the residence.

When deputies were investigating the noise and fight complaints, they say anywhere between 35 to 50 people in the backyard of the house. A beer pong table was set up and there were alcohol containers strewn about the yard.

Deputies interviewed a few of the people leaving the party. They learned that many if not most of them were minors. Deputies believed the minors were intoxicated.

One of the deputies contacted the homeowner, 45-year-old Anastasia Doyle. She stated that she was hosting the party for her 18-year-old daughter, and that there were only supposed to be about 20 or 30 people there.

Doyle was arrested on suspicion of violating the social host ordinance. She was cited and released on the scene.

Deputies also wrote a crime report for one of the teens involved in the fight reported earlier in the night.

Doyle asked deputies for help ending the party.

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