Three Suwanee residents and an Atlanta woman were arrested in the overnight hours of New Year's Day after alcohol was used by minors in Old Town, according to police.
Suwanee Police initially responded to a "shots fired" call shortly before 1 a.m., in the area near the intersection of Main Street and Stonecypher Road, according to the incident report.
The arresting officer initially found "multiple people sitting and standing around" on the porch at 541 Main Street, and "observed multiple alcoholic beverages laying around on the porch that were either empty or partially empty."
Officers also found "multiple varieties of alcoholic beverages" inside the house.
The suspects under 21 submitted to voluntary breath tests. Arrested for underage possession of alcohol were Bennett C. Freeman, 20, of 541 Main Street, and Parisa Hadadzadeh, 19, of Atlanta.
John Avery Moore, also of 541 Main Street, was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge, as was Emily Elizabeth Levy, of a Settles Bridge Road address. The Suwanee officer noted that there was "probable cause to arrest Levy and Moore for furnishing alcohol to (persons) under 21."
Information in this police blotter was obtained from the Suwanee Police Department and Gwinnett County Sheriff's Department. It does not indicate a conviction. Questions can be directed to email@example.com.