The Placer District Attorney's Office declined to offer any new details today related to the two Rocklin teen-age girls who were arrested on suspicion of drugging one of the girl's parents with a sleeping aid to gain access to the Internet.
"Because this is a juvenile matter, it would be inappropriate for us to comment at this time," Jeff Wilson, assistant district attorney, said via email.
The teens were booked into Placer County Juvenile Hall on New Year's Eve after the parents, reeling from unexplained hangover symptoms, first took a drug test, then called police, said Lt. Lon Milka, a spokesman for the Rocklin Police Department.
The family practice of shutting off Internet access at 10 p.m. prompted the daughter to complain that her parents were "too strict."
The case sparked international attention, with readers from as far as Italy wanting to know what the girls, 15 and 16, did on the Internet while the parents were passed out.
Milka said the department is seeking a search warrant to get phone and Internet records, but that information will go directly to the district attorney and not likely to become public.