German students try to force their way into police station to spring friend, 15, from cell

Dozens of teenagers in a lakeside Bavarian town tried to break down the front door of a local police station after one of their friends was arrested for being drunk and aggressive.

Police in the German town of Starnberg were called to a summer party on Thursday night after a 15-year-old boy reportedly approached a security guard asking for drugs and had gone on a rampage, according to the BBC.

When the teenager was ordered to leave the party, he refused and was “police custody was all that remained,” police said.

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Some of the partygoers reportedly tried to prevent police from arresting the teenager, with one reportedly attempting to kick a police officer in the head.

By the time officers arrived at the police station with the teen in custody, a crowd of up to 100 people had formed outside, demanding his release, the BBC reported.

Some 50 people launched a siege to the station, attempting to force their way in to free him. Bottles were thrown and a window was broken, police said.

Police called in reinforcements and three people were temporarily detained on suspicion of trying to release a prisoner and damaging property.

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The 15-year-old was eventually released to his parents’ custody and was said to have been taken to a clinic after he complained of a headache. The BBC reported the teenager tested positive for alcohol and drugs.