DARIEN, N.Y. (WIVB) - The Genesee County Sheriff's Office is reporting several arrests, after the WEDG Slipknot/ Slayer concert at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, Wednesday night.
Police say 49-year-old David Staley, of Buffalo, was arrested for allegedly engaging in a fight while in the parking lot. He is charged with disorderly conduct.
Rochester resident, 27-year-old Steven Pavone, was also arrested for disorderly conduct, after allegedly being involved in a parking lot fight.
Police say 23-year-old Richard Lee, of Rochester, was arrested after allegedly climbing a light pole inside the concert venue. He was arrested for trespass.
Brockport resident 51-year-old Peter Torok is accused of driving drunk in the parking lot of the concert venue. Torok was arrested for DWI and Driving with more than .08 BAC.
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The Genesee County Sheriff's Office made seven arrests, after people were allegedly found in possession of marijuana. Police say 21-year-old Jacob Berg, of Bath, 30-year-old Leanne Maniscallo, of Angola, 31-year-old Timothy Schultz, of Angola, 40-year-old Michael Pilger, of Syracuse, 30-year-old Douglas Teed, of Montour Falls, 31-year-old Gregory Crites, of Lackawanna and 27-year-old Richaed Bieger, of Buffalo, are all due in court to face charges in mid August.
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