Winslow police officers who responded to a report of an unconscious 14-year-old boy early Monday found a drinking party at a home on Halifax Street and charged the boy and three others with underage drinking.

The ill boy was taken to Inland Hospital in Waterville and recovered enough to be released to his parents.

Police were called to the two-family home about 1:40 a.m. Monday for a medical emergency. Winslow Police Chief Shawn O’Leary said officers found four teenagers, ranging in age from 14 to 17, and determined that they had been drinking. Police didn’t release their names.

Two of the teenagers, including the 14-year-old who was taken to the hospital, were summoned on charges of a minor consuming liquor.

A 17-year-old boy was charged as a minor consuming liquor and allowing juveniles to possess or consume liquor. A 15-year-old boy was arrested on charges of being a minor consuming liquor and furnishing liquor to juveniles. The blood alcohol levels of the four youths ranged from 0.02 percent to .072 percent, police said.

O’Leary said it’s unclear where the youths got the alcohol. No adults were at home at the time. He would not say which juvenile lives in the home.