3 arrested at Stony Brook house party attended by hundreds

The owner of a Stony Brook house where

The owner of a Stony Brook house where three men were arrested last weekend during a raucous party has been cited by Brookhaven authorities for allegedly renting the home illegally, town officials said. (Credit: James Carbone)

Three men were arrested Saturday at a Stony Brook house party attended by "hundreds of gatherers," Suffolk County police said Sunday.

Suffolk officers responded to a 911 call of loud music about 3:30 p.m. Saturday at 1337 Stony Brook Rd. in Stony Brook, Suffolk officers said.

Sebastian Bullock, 23, of Uniondale; Andrew George, 23, of Elmont; and Michael Ferron, 22, of Brooklyn were arrested at the party, authorities said.


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Bullock was charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing governmental administration because officers said he interfered with an arrest, police said.

George was charged with disorderly conduct, incite to riot and obstructing government administration because police said he refused to put his hands behind his back and sit on the ground when ordered by police, officers said.

Ferron was charged with obstructing governing administration over interference, police said. Arraignment dates for the men weren't immediately available.

Police said about 200 people attended the party. A Suffolk helicopter was dispatched to the home to provide an overview of the area as the crowd dispersed.

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