A group of six girls from Gaithersburg-area schools were arrested for underage drinking, according to a report by WUSA9.
Montgomery County Police received a tip that a group of minors were drinking alcohol in a wooded area of Gaithersburg's Lakelands community, the report states.
The girls, 14- and 15-years-old, are students at Gaithersburg's Quince Orchard High School and Rockville's Robert Frost Middle School, according to the report. The girls told police they were playing spin the bottle as a drinking game.
The girls were joined by an 18-year-old boy who was cited for underage alcohol possession and released.
One 14-year-old's BAC was recorded at 0.17, more than twice the legal limit. Two of the girls were not drinking, but received alcohol citations for constructive possession, which, according to the report, "means they were so close to the illegal activity, they clearly knew it was happening and could have easily been participating themselves."