|Updated: 8/20/2012 4:19 pm
||Published: 8/20/2012 11:14 am
A Tulsa man is arrested after deputies find several teenagers drinking at his home.
It happened early Sunday morning at a home near the Keystone Dam.
Jeffrey Luker, 44 of Tulsa, was arrested on six contributing to the delinquency of a minor complaints.
Deputies then spoke to Luker's wife and son. His wife claimed they had friends at the house for her son's 16th birthday party, but that they had been sent home earlier in the night. Luker's son admitted to drinking six beers and told deputies his father gave him the beer.
Luker told officers he didn't give beer to any of the teenagers at the party and that they weren't on his property.
Deputies also spoke to several teens ranging in age from 15 to 18 outside the house who all said they had been drinking in the house and only one mentioned seeing an adult.
The report reads, "Whether or not the alcohol was given to the child or just left unsecured near the back porch gave juveniles the opportunity and access to alcohol. It was the parents' responsibility to ensure the safety of juveniles at their home and that they were not consuming alcoholic beverages."
All of the teenagers were released to parents or other adults at the scene.
Luker was released Sunday afternoon on $3,000 bond.