Police Beat: Eight arrests reported at Dave Matthews concert at Darien Lake
Submitted by Howard Owens on May 28, 2009 - 9:00am
The following arrests were made at the Dave Matthews concert at Darien Lake:
David J. Brooks, 21, of Fairport, charged with harassment for allegedly striking a security officer.
Nicholas P. Gardone, 20, of Fairport, is charged with petty larceny for allegedly stealing concert tickets from the box office.
Edmund J. Bracker, 20, of Pittsford, charged with petty larceny for allegedly striking cotton candy.
Christopher P. Greco, 21, of Pittsford, charged with petty larceny for allegedly stealing cotton candy.
Conor C. McNamara, 22, of East Aurora, charged with harrassment for allegedly stealing a security officer in the back of the head with his elbow.
Joshua A. Ray, 22, of Pittsford, charged with DWI for allegedly operating a motor vehicle in the parking lot while intoxicated.
Gregory J. Summar, 27, of Eden, charged with harassment for allegedly striking a security officer.
Larry J. Marling, 21, of Albion, is charged with harassment for allegedly throwing a security officer against a parked car.
Brooks and Marling were taken to Genesee County Jail and held on $200 bail.
In other incident reports:
Andrea Klein, 28, of Liverpool, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana. The marijuana was reportedly found will investigating a motor vehicle accident in Pembroke this morning about 12:30 a.m.
Patrick Klein, 29, of Liverpool, is charged with criminal contempt and possession of marijuana following a traffic accident in Pembroke this morning about 12:30 a.m. The cause of the accident is reportedly an argument Klein was having with a woman in the car, whom he had been ordered not to have contact with.
Eric Zglinicki, 47, of Darien Center, is accused of firing a rifle near a residence, with at least one bullet traveling close to three people. He is charged with reckless endangerment. The alleged incident occurred yesterday around 7:20 p.m.
Joseph Puls, 22, of Alexander, was stopped for an alleged traffic violation in Alabama. Deputies say they found marijuana in his vehicle, which led to a charge of unlawful possession of marijuana.