Police issued a warning to parents after a house party in Lincoln ended in complaints and violence towards officers.
A 15-year-old was arrested after the incident on Chedworth Road on Saturday, November 17 and has been released under investigation.
Lincolnshire Police said they receiving reports of 20 youths drinking and throwing bottles on the ground at just after 9pm.
They added that on arrival they found over 100 youths at a house party without any adult presence.
Revellers allegedly spilled out onto the street and began throwing bottles at officers.
The force warned parents to consider the consequences of children attending this type of youth only house party.
Inspector Simon Outen, community patrol inspector for Lincoln North, said: “Party season is about to begin and parents have responsibility for their children, knowing where they are and the consequences of them attending house parties.
“If police are called, we will not tolerate violence towards officers or anyone else and if their children engage in such activity, then they can expect to either attend custody to collect them, or a knock on the door from officers to arrest them subsequently for the part that they have played in any disorder.
“Clearly we would rather these events don’t happen in the first place, and therefore parents should avoid having Christmas spoilt by being aware of their youngster’s intentions, by knowing what they are doing and where they are, and what and where they are attending.”
“All we want for Christmas is for everyone to stay safe, have fun and enjoy the Christmas season.”
Anyone with any information should 101 quoting incident number 425 0f 17/11/18