ESCONDIDO, Calif.—A San Diego County teacher has been arrested for allegedly throwing a party that involved dozens of drunken teenagers.
Fifty-six-year-old Nancy Hildebrand of Valley Center was arrested Sunday morning by sheriff's deputies responding to reports of fighting at her home.
Sgt. Bob Bishop tells the North County Times that at least 75 teens attended a graduation and birthday party for Hildebrand's daughter.
He says deputies found teens passed out in their own vomit, and some playing strip poker in a bedroom.
Two 17-year-olds were arrested for battery on a police officer.
Hildebrand was arrested on suspicion of providing alcohol to minors and hosting a party where minors were drinking. She was placed on leave from her job at Valley Center Middle School.
A call to her home Thursday wasn't answered.