Man Arrested For Allegedly Smashing Girlfriend's Car At MTLEY CRE Concert

According to, a 39-year-old man faces one count each of disorderly conduct, harassment, public drunkenness and criminal mischief for allegedly causing significant damage to his girlfriends vehicle after security removed him from the MTLEY CRE, POISON and NEW YORK DOLLS concert at the Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain in Scranton, Pennsylvania Sunday evening (July 31).

Lackawanna County deputy sheriffs working traffic patrol on Montage Mountain Sunday were called to escort a concert-goer to her car. The woman explained to deputies that she was just in a physical fight with her boyfriend, who was removed from the show by security after he pushed her to the ground.

When deputies arrived at the woman's car, the discovered that both side view mirrors were shattered; the windshield, rear window and two passenger side windows were scratched; and the rear driver side door was dented.

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