Spring Break Busted: LSU students accused of hauling alcohol to Gulf Shores
GULF SHORES, AL - Sheriff's deputies in Mobile County interrupted someone's Spring Break plans after investigators said they busted four LSU students under the age of 21 with more than a hundred cases of beer and liquor.
Lori Myles with the Mobile County Sheriff's Office said the four teens were pulled over Monday on I-10 for having expired tags on the trailer behind their truck. Deputies searched the trailer and said they found 111 cases of beer and "gallons" of hard liquor and wine.
The teens stopped were 19-year-old Harrison Coogan, 19-year-old Brandon Barbara, 18-year-old Hunter Coker, and 19-year-old Carson Buckner. All are listed as joining the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity at LSU last fall.
Myles said none of the teens had been drinking, and all of them cooperated with the deputies.
Deputies issued misdemeanor summons to all the teens for being minors in possession of alcohol. They will have to come back to Mobile County for a court appearance.
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