Six people have been arrested for trespassing and other charges following a party at the Stephentown, N.Y., home of former NFL star Brian Holloway.
The group of kids, ages 17-20, caused major damage after breaking into the house, which Holloway does not live in year-round, and throwing a rager.
Hundreds of kids trashed the place over Labor Day weekend.
The six kids who were arrested have been taken into custody and arraigned on various charges, including criminal trespass, for their actions this month.
A 19-year-old was charged with felony burglary and felony criminal mischief. Three of them were charged with endangering the welfare of a child.
A 17-year-old was charged with felony grand larceny.
Perhaps most incredibly, only a handful of parents even bothered to call Holloway after the incident to apologize or offer help in repairing the damage.
In response, Brian Holloway posted HUNDREDS of names of the party-goers on his website - to show the parents will realize how badly they need help.
Police say, "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."
The Upstate New York town's court system reportedly can't even handle that kind of volume, so cops say they will be arraigned in groups of 10-12.