Okay, so most (okay not most) people who have siblings have some form of 'sibling rivalry', but for my older brother and I, there's just the line between doing what's right (me) and doing what's wrong (the other child [brother]). With that said, parents, most of you are prob the same way about not having people over when you, the parent, are out of towm. So my brother comes back home today after hanging out with his friends all night and brought back one of his friends, along with some snacks for himself and his friend and a bottle of vodka, (now mind you, the kid is 18) [and on top of that it's whipped creamed flavor, really?]. So my brother and his friend are talking about having a cookout tonight and yadda yadda to include dinking (apparently more people are coming w/alcoholic (<spell check) beverages) with the intent to participate in sexual activities. My dad has that guilt trip feeling of not being there since he's been deployed majority of our lives (dad's career Army), so once my brother graduated, my dad chose to let my brother stay home (that's a huge NO in my book, but i'm not the parent), so because he won't do anything about it, I told my mom. To get to the point, I'm tired of tolerating for this kid, and I know that tolerating is against the Honor Code. Therefore, when more alcoholic beverages are present, and eventually consumed (at my house, not by me) should i go ahead and call the cops (the people consuming are ALL underage). I feel that I should because in the event something happens, I fall under the 'guilty-by-association' expression, and i honestly don't need that before going in to USAFA. Thanks!