Teens cause $20K of damage to West Vancouver rental home

Remigio Civitarese
Marzo 15, 2018

The Vancouver Courier reported that the Canadian rented a $600-per-night property on her parent's credit card in order to host a party that would turn into a 200-person rave, after the news of the girl's party pervaded social media platforms.

A 14-year-old Vancouver girl's recent actions arise as an admonition that parents ought to take greater care to hide their credit card information.

The property suffered around $25,000 worth of damage including extensive graffiti.

The girl who organized the shindig told police that the party quickly outgrew its intended size and things got out of control fast.

"We were receiving multiple calls. reporting a large scale disturbance", said Const. Jeff Palmer of West Vancouver police. Patrol had been on the scene to try their best to maintain any medical circumstances from occurring during the party.

A party that left a house in West Vancouver, Canada, trashed should serve as a lesson to teenagers, parents, and people who rent out homes online, police say. The homeowner is not seeking any criminal charges against the teen or her family.

"(There was) a great deal of damage - artwork smashed, furniture smashed, damage to the walls, furniture tossed into the hot tub - just a really long, long list of damage that by the owners' estimate is somewhere in the neighbourhood of $20,000". "Certainly there is discussion to be had around what access your child or your youth has to banking information and how you might control how they use it".

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