FORT MILL --
Five teenagers were cited with underage drinking after police broke up a party in the woods near Fort Mill.
Late Thursday, York County Deputies received a report that people were trespassing in the woods at the end of Stone Village Drive. The caller said several teens made a campfire and were being noisy, according to a sheriff's office report.
Deputies tracked the teens by the noise, and overheard them "making numerous references to alcohol and discussing what their blood alcohol content would be," the report states.
Police stopped the teens as they were leaving the woods, and then went to the location of the fire and found several empty Yuengling beer cans and an 18-pack of Yuengling beer that was about half full.
All of the teens aged 13 to 17 admitted to drinking the beer, the report states. One of the teens had marijuana in a small glass jar.
The teens were charged for possession of beer and released to their parents. The teen with the pot also was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana.