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Man admitted into program after teen drinking party

By Kevin Fitzsimmons, Web Producer
Published On: Apr 01 2013 07:00:00 PM CDT
Updated On: Apr 02 2013 05:54:40 PM CDT

A Wyomissing man accused of allowing teenagers to drink alcohol in his house will have his record cleared if he completes an Accelerated Rehabilitation Program.

READING, Pa. -

A Wyomissing man accused of allowing teenagers to drink alcohol in his house will have his record cleared if he completes an Accelerated Rehabilitation Program.

Bryan Gentry must spend six months in the program and complete 40 hours of community service, officials said.

Authorities charged Gentry with furnishing liquor to minors and hindering apprehension earlier this year.

Gentry did not admit guilt.