The ABC story details proof of drug use, vomit on the carpet and that the teens who used the house for four days even wore Alan Donley's clothes.
"They slept, they ate, they took showers, they brushed their teeth upstairs with the toothbrushes you get from the dentist," Alan Donley said in the ABC Local story. "They wore my clothes because they ran out of their own clean clothes."
But, no charges have been filed.
"It's case closed at this point, the case has been resolved," Grundy County State's Attorney Jason Helland told ABC local.
"Helland says he isn't filing any more charges because they can't prove who did what and that the partiers didn't have criminal intent to damage the home," the ABC story states.