It seems that typically very, very few locals (Corfu, Darien, Batavia, Alden, Akron) are arrested at these events. If you're from across the border (and I have family who is ... forgive me) and you commit an illegal act here, you should NOT be allowed to return. While much of this is minor in comparison, big things start little. Our community does not need this infiltration. We have our own problems to deal with. As much good as Darien Lake has brought to this area (and I've been a neighbor for 46 years), I'm beginning to wonder if it's really worth it. I've supported and even worked at Darien Lake off -n- on since I was a kid, but I'm getting tired of the nonsense it bring to my hometown. Anyone else have input they'd like to share? I struggle with this issue a lot lately. I'd like to hear from you.
Seven drug-related arrests, 58 underage drinking citations at Vans Warped Tour
Submitted by Howard Owens on July 18, 2012 - 6:59am
The following arrested were made by the Sheriff's Office during the Vans Warped Tour at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center on Tuesday.
Jeffrey P. Rolison, 18, of Chapel Street, Mt. Morris, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana for allegedly possessing a quantity of marijuana.
Jason M. Fobare, 17, of Hardwood Lane, Cicero, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana for allegedly possessing a quantity of marijuana.
Andrew G. Trask, 21, of Taurus Avenue, Derby, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana for allegedly possessing a quantity of marijuana.
Andrew C. McClure, 20, of Patriot Court, Derby, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana for allegedly possessing a quantity of marijuana.
Taylor L. Cucinelli, 18, of Manitou Road, Spencerport, is charged criminal use of drug paraphernalia, 2nd, criminal possession of a controlled substance, 7th, and unlawful possession of marijuana for allegedly possessing a quantity of hydrocodone, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Eric J. Saurini, 17, of Maida Drive, Spencerport, is charged criminal use of drug paraphernalia, 2nd, criminal possession of a controlled substance, 7th, and unlawful possession of marijuana for allegedly possessing a quantity of hydrocodone and marijuana.
Mitchell, A. Schroeder, 16, of Timber Ridge Drive, Spencerport, is charged criminal use of drug paraphernalia, 2nd, criminal possession of a controlled substance, 7th, unlawful possession of marijuana and possession of alcohol with intent to consume under age 21, for allegedly possessing a quantity of hydrocodone, marijuana, alcohol and drug paraphernalia.
The Sherfiff's Office issued the following 58 people citations for allegedly possession and/or consumption of alcohol under age 21.
Cameron R. Miller, 20, of 74th Street, Niagara Falls
Cassandra R. Hefner, 17, of Peppermint Road, Lancaster
Jennifer M. Merkling, 17, of Lou-Ann Drive, Depew
Marissa A. Merkling, 16, of Lou-Ann, Depew
Kathryn M. Solecki, 18, of Walden Terrace, Buffalo
Ellen R. Pieroni, 17, of Wheaton Drive, Cheektowaga
Courtney A. Ladowski, 19, of McNaughton Avenue, Buffalo
Salvatore Ferrugia Jr., 20, of Wood Street, Lynbrook
Daniel C. Dapice, 18, of William Street, Hornell
Jacob E. Mazzatti, 17, of Crosby Street, Hornell
Justin R. Kelleher, 18, of Collier Street, Hornell
Rebecca K. Lovering, 17, of Scottsville Road, Scottsville
Brianna G. Boehmer, 17, of Chester Avenue, Rochester
Samantha P. Cyganik, 17, of Gallup Road, Spencerport
Kathryn M. Springsteen, 17, of Bissell Road, Bergen
Julia G. Colt, 19, of Boynton Street, West Seneca
Daniel Gabamonte, 20, of Zoerb Avenue, Cheektowaga
Michael P. Musilli, 20, of South Creek Drive, Cheektowaga
Matthew J. Anderson, 20, of Versailles Plank Road, Versailles
Catherine A. Dickerson, 20, of Raspberry Patch Drive, Rochester
Benjamin X. Luong, 20, of Burritt Road, Hilton
Joseph A. Ciuto, 20, of Country Meadow Way, Hilton
Jamie L. Talbot, 20, Wheelock Street, Canajoharie
Vianna M. Lawrence, 20, of Holland Avenue, Albany
Brandon J. Fox, 20, of Mead Run Road, Youngsville, Pennsylvania
Colin M. Josephson, 19, of McGraw Drive, Youngsville, Pennsylvania
Brooke E. VanHouton, 19, of Stilson Hill Road, Pittsford, Pennsylvania
Alexander J. Dunn, 19, of College Street, Youngsville, Pennsylvania
Leslie A. Bailey, 20, of East Main Street, Youngsville, Pennsylvania
Rebekah C. Warda, 19, of Emerson Drive, Amherst
Benjamin B. Warda, 16, of Emerson Drive, Amherst
Steven A. Delvecchio, 18, of Hurstbourne Road, Rochester
John T. Gasser, 19, of Pemberton Road, Rochester
Michael D. Petote, 18, of Pinoak Lane, Rochester
Kiara A. Wiltsie, 20, of Cavan Cove, Oswego
Danielle E. Pauldine, 20, of 5th Avenue, Oswego
Christopher J. Wilson, 19, of Strathcona Drive, Catherines, Ontario, Canada
Kyle E. Potter, 19, of Rochelle Drive, Street, Catherines, Ontario, Canada
Rosario S. Tocco, 19, of Mile Creek Road, Niagara On The Lake, Ontario, Canada
Jennifer E. Vinson, 18, of Collier Road, Thorold, Ontario, Canada
Clarissa M. Metz, 19, of Bunting Road, Catherines, Ontario, Canada
Molly E. Gibson, 17, of Tonawanda Creek Road, Clarence
Robin C. Graziano, 16, of Calvin Drive, Buffalo
Abigail L. Smith, 17, of Hunters Lane, Williamsville
Robert P. Burke, 20, of Jamestown Street, Angola
Erin E. Redfield, 20, of Brescia Path, Clay
Parker M. ?, 20, of Lisbon Avenue, Buffalo
Matthew S. Fancher, 17, of Locomotive Lane, Cicero
Joshua A. Fancher, 19, of Locomotive Lane, Cicero
Kevin W. Lefurgy, 19, of West Leigh Road, Cicero
Morgan P. Cutter, 20, of James Street, Dryden
Kayla E. Ackerman, 18, of W. 10th Street, Elmira Heights
Brittany M. Button, 20, of Jefferson Street, Dansville
Daniel J. Alexander, 19, of Reeds Corners Road, Elmira Heights
Emily M. Brill,18, of Robin Wood, Elmira Heights
Kevin Oneal, 19, of East Avenue, Olean
Edward M. Seigler, 18, of Vicksburg Avenue, Tonawanda
James A. Coppola, 18, of Curtis Parkway, Tonawanda
Fish in a barrel. It's nice to see that the local kids know how to get away with it. I say keep the concerts, arrest the ones that are stupid enough to get caught and keep filling the local coffers.
I agree with Jason, KEEP THE CONCERTS. The number arrested is small when you take into account the number of people who attend the concerts.
Its still a larger number than spice and salts arrests by a long shot. shut it down, keep the riff raff out of our divine community.
Praise be to GOD!!!!!!!!!!
It would not surprise me that when the lease runs out for the performing arts center Darien Lake "pulls the plug" on the concerts. The company that owns the lake now owns other parks that are christian based and alcohol free. I also would not be surprised if the place went bankrupt if they were alcohol free. Like Thomas Jefferson said its like holding a wolf by the ears ,,, (he wasnt talking about booze though)
Whats funny about some of these comments is that people need to look at themselves and their own children when criticizing others. I'm sure that I don't know everything that my kids do, but at least I interact with mine. I know their not walking the streets all night.
Closing a Concert venue isn't going to help anyones parenting skills. Same thing with the bath salts. I'm completely against their sale, but if parents continue to coddle or don't know what their children are doing or where they are most of the time, your kids will take advantage of it and walk all over you.
Talk to your kids. Do things with your kids. You're supposed to be a roll model and a parent ..... NOT THEIR BEST FRIEND.
The teen around here just know how to not get caught. I like the concerts being here. The only thing I don't like is people speeding through the village afterward. More patrols need to be by the fireball instead of having them all at the intersection. I hope that they dont get rid of the concerts because I like it being so close if I want to listen or go.