Actually, only a D.A. can bring criminal charges against someone.
Any criminal charge is subject to a beyond a reasonable doubt standard of proof, so it would be MUCH more difficult to convict on criminal charges than to bring a civil case.
That said, you can file a police report if you want to see if any charges can be filed. (I could see only see possible charges for theft or vandalism, and maybe serving minors, and minor in possession
of alcohol, if those can be proven--they are normally only proven by officer presence).
However, if your main goal is to get payment for damages, you may want to talk to the 19 year old camp counselor though and ask her to pay you for damages (cleaning, alcohol stolen, etc.) if that is your primary concern. You can inform her that you will go to the police if she doesn't pay you for the damages, and she will more than likely comply to avoid potential prosecution.
(Yes, courts typically require an educational course after a minor in possession of alcohol offense).
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