Police say a Dix Hills man allowed more than 200 teenagers to consume alcohol at his home Friday night and now he is charged with violating Suffolk County's Social Host Law.
Officers responded to the home of Krzysztof Gasiorowski at 25 Curtis Path at 11:14 p.m. after receiving a complaint that teenagers were drinking, police said.
Officers observed about 200-250 teens consuming alcohol; one of those teens, a 14-year-old girl was taken to Huntington Hospital "due to excessive alcohol intoxication," police said.
Police did not have any information Saturday as to the condition of the girl because of privacy laws, but a police spokesperson said "it wasn’t presumed life threatening."
Police contacted the parents of several intoxicated youths Friday night to respond and pick up their children from the Gasiorowski home.
Gasiorowski, 48, was issued a summons for violating the Social Host Law. The law holds adults responsible for knowingly allowing parties for individuals under the age of 21 to occur at a place under their control, whether or not they provide alcohol.
A first offense of the Social Host Law carries a fine of up to $500.