Three Men Arrested At MTLEY CRE/POISON Concert In Ohio
According to Vindy.com, three men were charged with disorderly conduct during this past Friday's (July 29) MTLEY CRE and POISON concert at Youngstown, Ohio's Covelli Center.
Police officers were called to the scene and found a 26-year-old man from North Hollywood, California standing in the face of another man, flailing his arms and yelling. He appeared to be intoxicated based on his slurred speech and smell of alcohol, police said.
A Youngstown police officer tried to make the 26-year-old leave, but two other men stepped in and tried to stop the officer by grabbing him and standing in his way.
The two men persisted in their behavior despite warnings and were also arrested.
As previously reported, fifteen people were arrested during the July 22 MTLEY CRE, POISON and NEW YORK DOLLS concert at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center in Darien Lake, New York. Eight people, all from outside the area, were charged with underage drinking. All were issued tickets to appear August 15 in Darien Town Court.
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