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NFL Star Brian Holloway

6 Arrested For Trashing Crib

Hundreds More May Be Busted

9/27/2013 5:00 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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Sometimes it doesn't pay to party ... 6 youngins were arrested Thursday for causing 10s of thousands of dollars in damage after breaking into the house of former New England Patriots' star Brian Holloway ... and now TMZ has learned more than 200 others could be arrested as well.

As we previously reported ... Holloway claims hundreds of teens broke into his house near Albany and trashed it over Labor Day weekend.

The 6 kids -- ranging in age from 17 - 20 -- were taken into custody and arraigned on various charges, including criminal trespass.  The 19-year-old was charged with felony burglary and felony criminal mischief.  And 3 of the adult kids were charged with endangering the welfare of a child.  The 17-year-old was charged with felony grand larceny.

Only a handful of parents even bothered to call Holloway after the incident to apologize or offer help in repairing the damage. 

Holloway posted hundreds of names of the partygoers on his website.  Now the cops are telling TMZ, "We currently have over 200 names ... Once we've established proof of their presence at the party, they will be asked to turn themselves in."

And here's how crazy that could be ... the courts can't handle that kind of volume, so cops say they will be arraigned in groups of 10 to 12.

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31.

Peter Sc    

OK. They partied in a ruin he destroyed a decade ago because he was going through a divorce. Big deal.

Let them do some community service as part of a plea deal. There is no reason for anyone to get a felony conviction which could destroy their lives.

As for the destroyed house he properly saw it as a good excuse to have the insurrance companies to pay for his actions.

287 days ago
32.

Sherrel    

These kids had a chance to make amends in the beginning. All they had to do was show some remorse for their dumb mistake and that would have been it. However, with parents backing their kids drinking and drug use and threatening to sue, I can't say I feel sorry for them. Who cares if the house was in disrepair? It was someone else's property and these kids had no business being there. The parents and kids were offered an easy way out but they wanted to play hard ball. I hope Brian Holloway gets each and every one of them and holds them responsible. Someone has to otherwise we're sending these kids a message that there is no accountability for your actions.

287 days ago
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