LAURINBURG — Police have arrested three Laurinburg teenagers after a party Saturday night turned rowdy.
Larry Terrell Quick, 17 and his brother Le’Ron Vonyea Quick 19, both of Wylie Circle and a 15-year-old of Mill Street were all arrested for disorderly conduct and resist delay and obstruct.
Officers were called to the National Guard Armory on South Main Street about a large fight in progress, according to Capt. Chris Young.
“Laurinburg Police Department responded and attempted to break up the party, and Scotland County Sheriff’s Office and other officers were called in because of the size of the crowd,” Young said. “Officers were trying to disperse the crowd, and Larry Quick became uncooperative toward officers. After several attempts to advise him to disperse, he refused and they were going to arrest him.”
Police reports say that at this point,Quick’s brother Le’Ron began to interfere with the arrest trying to pull his brother away from officers and cursing at them.
“After several attempts he refused instructions from officers and he too was arrested for resist delay and obstruct,” Young said.
When officers began to arrest Le’Ron Quick, the third teenager jumped into the fray. The 15-year-old began to act disrespectfully to officers and refused to leave the scene, according to the report. He was also arrested for resist delay and obstruct and disorderly conduct.
The Quick brothers were taken to Scotland County Detention Center and given a $2,500 secured bond.
The 15-year-old was released to the custody of a parent and will be charged by juvenile petition.
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