Gibbs, Rice, Cole and Chambre were also charged with one count each of first-degree unlawful dealing with a child by providing the child with alcohol, a misdemeanor.
Kaitlin A. Gudikunst, 21, of Crown Point was not charged with burglary but was arrested on two counts of first-degree unlawful dealing with a child by providing the child with alcohol, a misdemeanor. She was released on an appearance ticket.
Also charged with various counts of second-degree burglary of a dwelling were three 14-year-olds, five 15-year-olds and a 13-year-old, the names of which police would not release.
Woods posted bail, and Blanchard, Gibbs, Gould, Fernandez and Fuller were released from the Essex County Jail.
Spaulding, McCoy, Rice, Campney, Mesonnes, Russell, Morse, Wertz, Chambre, were released to third parties after their arrest and were not incarcerated.
As of Tuesday afternoon, only Cameron C. Cole remained in Essex County Jail.
Some of the cases are being handled in Family Court, Rocque said.
The District Attorney’s Office declined to comment on the case.
Trooper Christopher Bogart assisted in the investigation, Rocque said.
Additional arrests and charges are possible as the investigation continues, he said.
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