A 23-year-old White Lake resident and a 25-year-old White Lake resident were arrested Dec. 14 at 4:42 a.m. on Avonlea off Elizabeth Lake Road after complaints that the two were causing a disturbance.
According to a report filed with the White Lake Police Department, police were called to the area earlier in the night, at 3:30 a.m., for a noise complaint and an officer drove the 23-year-old to his home on Mill Road in White Lake.
Police were called the area again and pinpointed the yelling the a home on Avonlea. When they arrived, the report states, they found the 23-year-old and the 25-year-old hiding behind a tree and a car near the home. Officers noted several smashed beer bottles in the driveway and liquids.
The two men were questioned, and the 23-year-old told police his friend had taken his car so they came to the home (where the friend's parents live) to wake them up and ask where his car was, the report states.
The 23-year-old then said that while he was knocking on the door the 25-year-old poured a beer over his head and the two began to yell at each other, the report states.
According to the report, the 25-year-old denied any wrongdoing.
Police said in the report that both men smelled heavily of intoxicants. They were issued preliminary breath tests on the scene. The 23-year-old registered a .11 blood alcohol level. The 25-year-old registered a .19 blood alcohol level. The legal limit is .08.
Both men were arrested on charges of disturbing the peace. They were taken to the station and held until they were sober, then released with citations.