NEW HAVEN, Vt. (AP) — Twenty-eight people are accused of attending a birthday party and New Year's celebration that left a farm house where poet Robert Frost once spent his summers in tatters.

They were all charged with trespassing and five of them with unlawful mischief — both misdemeanors — stemming from the Dec. 28 party at the Homer Noble Farm house, authorities said.

The farm house had broken windows, broken antique furniture and tables burned in a fireplace. Vomit and urine stained the carpeting, and beer cans, cups and drug paraphernalia were left behind.

The damage was estimated at $10,600. Frost, the author of "The Road Not Taken" and "The Gift Outright," summered at the site for more than 20 years before his death in 1963.