Two Adults Arrested for Providing a Common Source of Alcohol at a
House Party in Miramar Beach.
Two adult chaperones were arrested early this morning after a call came into dispatch regarding a noise complaint at a house party located at 100 Miami Street, Miramar Beach. Three deputies arrived at the house and made multiple attempts to get someone to answer the front door but was unsuccessful due to the loud music. Deputies observed through a window multiple juveniles with cans of beer and solo cups in their hands. An adult was seen standing at the kitchen counter with approximately 20 teenagers drinking beer and liquor while more teenagers were seen in the back of the house drinking and jumping into the pool. A juvenile was told by deputies to go inside the house to get an adult and contact was made with Pamela Carroll, 44, and Victoria Senn, 46, both of Madison, Mississippi. Both admitted to renting the house for the week and were chaperoning the group. All the juveniles on scene were under the age of 18 and as young as 15 and were released to their parents. The rental property was contacted and all alcohol was destroyed.
An hour before the noise complaint was received, a deputy working a traffic accident near the home at 100 Miami Street, heard the music and saw multiple juveniles around the house. After the crash was released to FHP, contact was made with two adults at the home. The deputy explained the county noise ordinance and warned the adults about having an open house party and underage drinking.
Carroll and Senn were arrested and charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor and booked into the Walton County Sheriff’s Office Jail.