WATERVILLE — Five underage visitors to Colby College were issued criminal summonses early Sunday and charged with possession of alcohol by a minor after they got into a fight with Colby students, according to police.

Those summoned were warned for criminal trespass and told to leave campus and not return or they would be arrested, Deputy Police Chief Charles Rumsey said Monday.

Rumsey said no one was injured and no Colby students were charged in connection with the incident.

“We didn’t encounter anybody from Colby breaking the law,” he said.

Police got a report around 2:50 a.m. Sunday of a fight between Thomas College and Colby students, but when police arrived they determined the report was inaccurate and that none of those involved were from Thomas College, Rumsey said.

He said the altercation apparently started in a dormitory and moved outside to a parking lot. It started as an argument that turned into a minor scuffle, with people pushing and shoving, but no one was injured. By the time police arrived, the non-students had gotten into a four-door Chevrolet sedan and had started to leave, but were stopped by police, he said.

One campus visitor made reference to another person being armed, but police never found a firearm, according to Rumsey.

The driver of the car, Joamy Roldan, 18, of 20B Hillside Ave., Waterville, was summoned and charged with driving without a license – she had only a learner’s permit – and illegal transportation of liquor by a minor because a can of beer was in the vehicle, Rumsey said.

Elijah Ashley, 18, of 515 Water St., Gardiner, was summoned on a charge of illegal possession of liquor by a minor by consumption, which means he did not have liquor in his possession but had drunk, according to Rumsey.

A girl, 16, from Waterville, was also summoned and charged with illegal possession of liquor by a minor by consumption, and she was returned home to her parents, he said. Her case will be handled in juvenile court in Augusta, he said.

Two other passengers, Tyler Coulombe, 18, of 26 Taylor St., and Christopher Paradis, 20, of 86 Stone St., both from Augusta, were also summoned and charged with illegal possession of liquor by a minor by consumption.

Roldan, Ashley, Coulombe and Paradis are scheduled to appear in Waterville District Court on July 7.

Contacted Monday, Ruth Jackson, Colby’s vice president for communications, said incidents involving people coming to campus and causing problems don’t happen often.

Winslow and Oakland police assisted Waterville officers at the scene because of the report of a firearm and because a large group had gathered, according to Rumsey. Waterville police were at the scene for more than an hour, he said.