Now you know why the gov't won't legalize marijuana.
Mellow crowd for Dylan at Darien Lake
Submitted by Howard Owens on July 19, 2013 - 9:01am
The following arrests were made during the Bob Dylan/Wilco/My Morning Jacket concert at Darien Lake on Thursday.
Conor B. Stebbins, 17, of Middle Cheshire Road, Canandaigua, is charged with criminal possession of a weapon, 4th, and unlawful possession of marijuana after allegedly being found in possession of a switchblade knife and a small amount of marijuana.
Emily E. Chadwick, 19, of Zittel Street, Buffalo, is charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, 7th, and unlawful possession of marijuana after allegedly being found in possession of marijuana and Alprazolam.
The following people were charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.
Sean M. Cole, 20, of Maidstone Drive, Webster
Daniel V. Perry, 26, of Euclid Avenue, Hamburg
Brian J. Sexton, 31, of South Buffalo Street, Orchard Park
Kevin I. Palmer, 32, of Canandaigua Road, Walworth
Mitchell J. Gardepe, 21, of East Park Drive, Lockport
Evan C. Burk, 20, of Weld Street, Lockport
Kurt A. Hoffman, 20, of Shisler Road, Clarence
Rial C. Pate, 23, of RR 12 Ryegate, Mont.
Cody J. M. Nichols, 22, of East 1st Street, Corning
Jonathan M. Wulfert, 40, of Lake Road, Ontario, Canada
Ryan D. Clem, 20, of Peartree Lane, Webster
Craig W. Wulfert, 33, of Lake Road, Ontario, Canada
Nicolo A. Ferraro, 20, of Brookwood Drive, Webster
Brianna K. Caskey, 20 of Route 380, Sinclairville
Romine J. Foster, 17, of Timor Street, Stuart, Fla.
Steven D. Rodak, 16, of Tall Oak Drive, Canandaigua
Steven M. Caldwell, 19, of Quail Run Lane Lancaster
Tyler W. Miller, 29, of Oak Hill Road, Frewsburg
Owen K. Norrod, 29, of Warren Road, Frewsburg
Peter J. Brown Jr., 19, of Robert Quigley Drive, Scottsville
Emily L. Richards, 18, of South Grove, East Aurora
The following people are accused of unlawful possession of marijuana and possession/consumption of alcohol under age 21.
Salvatore V. Tumminelli, 20 of Brookwoood Drive, Webster
John W. R. Snell, 19 of North 4th Street, Lewiston
Ian D. Denner, 20, of South Hill Road, Wellsville
Gina M. Chapman, 20, of Wayneport Road, South Macedon
Craig P. Martin, 20, of Bittersweet Drive, Farmington
The following people were cited for alleged possession/consumption of alcohol under age 21.
Ryan M. Dallavia, 19, of Morgan Drive, Lewiston
Neal B. Bullard, 18, of Old Glenwood Road, West Falls
Connor J. Anthony, 19, of Circle Drive, Lewiston
Michael A. Celeste, 20, of Scovell Drive, Lewiston
Abby R. Sugnet, 17, of Foxbourne Road, Penfield
David M. Arthur, 19, of Chapel Woods, Williamsville
William T. Mangione, 18, of Remington Drive, North Tonawanda
Why is that Jason? Alcohol is legal, the fines/punishments for alcohol offenses are bigger. Plus the gov't taxes the sales for even more $$.
So again please elaborate on your argument again so ignorant people like myself can understand the logic?
"Well, they'll stone ya when you're trying to be so good
They'll stone ya just a-like they said they would
They'll stone ya when you're tryin' to go home
Then they'll stone ya when you're there all alone
But I would not feel so all alone
Everybody must get stoned."
Just don't get caught!
I went on Youtube and listened to several songs, by both Wilco and My Morning Jacket. I think I realize (NOW) why people at their concert were stoned. Maybe the songs I listened to aren't representative of their 'good?' stuff, but I don't even think Qualudes would've helped what I heard.