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July 22, 2013 - 9:41am

Fifteen arrests at Toby Keith concert Sunday at Darien Lake

posted by Howard B. Owens in crime, Darien, darien lake performing arts center.

The following people were arrested by the Sheriff's Office during the Toby Keith concert at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center on Sunday.

Jeremy M. Perez, 24, of Ayrault Drive, Amherst, is charged with DWI, driving with a BAC of .18 or greater and aggravated unlicensed operation, 3rd, after allegedly operating a pickup truck in the concert parking lot striking another car and leaving the scene. Perez allegedly had a revoked driver’s ID. Perez was jailed on $2,000 bail.

Joshua M. Perez, 21, of Ayrault Drive, Amherst, is charged with disorderly conduct after allegedly causing a disturbance in the concert parking lot. Perez was jailed on $150 bail.

Angel L. Castro, 24, of Plymouth Avenue, Buffalo, is charged with trespass after allegedly refusing to leave the concert parking lot after being told to leave several times.

Judy L. McLaughlin, 44, of Park Lane South, East Aurora, is charged with harassment, 2nd, after allegedly pushing and punching security while being ejected from the concert venue.

Michael P. McLaughlin, 47, of Park Lane South, East Aurora, is charged with disorderly conduct after allegedly causing a disturbance inside the concert venue.

Mark A. Ritchie, 29, of Warden Avenue, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, is charged with criminal trespass, 3rd, after allegedly reentering the concert venue after being ejected and told not to return. Ritchie was jailed on $500 bail.

James M. Sturnick, 21, of North Main Street, Honeoye Falls, is charged with harassment, 2nd, after allegedly striking a security guard in the face.

Zachary M. Dodd, 19, of Park Edge Drive, Cheektowaga, is charged with criminal trespass, 3rd, after allegedly reentering the concert venue after being ejected and told not to return.

Erika L. Szymanski, 22,,of Elmwood Avenue, Depew, is charged with criminal trespass, 3rd, after allegedly reentering the concert venue after being ejected and told not to return.

John A. Lally Jr., 19, of Thompsonwood Drive, Clarence Center, is charged with criminal trespass, 3rd, and possession of a fictitious license after allegedly jumping a fence into the concert venue after being ejected and told not to return. He also allegedly possessed a fictitious Maryland driver’s license.

Gina F. Picone, 20 of Marine Drive, Amherst, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana after allegedly being found in possession of marijuana.

Mitchell W. Smith, 20 of South Union Road, Rochester, is charged with criminal trespass, 3rd, after allegedly reentering the concert venue after being ejected and told not to return.

William J. Peel, 22, of Sandridge Road, Alden, is charged with disorderly conduct after allegedly causing a disturbance in the concert venue.

(Name redacted upon request), 20, of William Street, Lancaster, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and possession of alcohol being under, 21 after allegedly being found in possession of marijuana and alcohol.

Rayelle S. Offhaus, 19, of Schwartz Road, Elma, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana after allegedly being found in possession of marijuana.

The following people were issued citations for alleged possession of a fictitious license:

Karlee J. McCorry, 20, of Hawthorn Drive, Spencerport
Zachary J. Haun, 20, of Freedom Drive, West Seneca
Nicholas R. Bittner, 19, of Lilydale Street, Hamburg
Allison M. Stamp, 20, of P.O. Box, Montour Falls
Nicholas A. Gigante, 19, of Lein Road, West Seneca
Ashley M. Bishop, 20, of Wilman Drive, Lancaster
(name redacted upon request), 20, of Sheldon Road, Skaneateles
Brandon P. Frank, Sommerset Drive, Webster
Lisa M. McGuire, 19, of Everett Place, Tonawanda
Troy J. Crevier, 19, of Lake Road, Webster
Justin J. DiBernardo, 19, of Hidden Pines Trail, Webster
Alexander J. Woodard, 17, of Ransom Road, Lancaster

The Following were issued a citation for alleged possessing another person’s license:

Nicholas A. Tagliarino, 19, of October Lane, Amherst
Kelsea E. Flannery, 19, of Lewis Street, Endicott
Briana C. Estabrook, 19, of Curtain Road, Tully
Mitchell W. Smith, 20, of South Union Street, Rochester,
Edward J. Malo III, 20, of Piunnacle Road, Rochester
Matthew J. Graves, 19, of Telephone Road, Caledonia
Defrance C. C. Hotilling, 20, of Cross Over Road, Fairport
Spencer C. Byrne, 21, of Paddy Hill Drive, Rochester
Samantha A. Fischer, 18, of Roseview Avenue, Blasdell
Gina F. Picone, 20, of Marine Drive, Amherst

The following people were issued citations for alleged possession/consumption of alcohol under age 21.

Michael J. Carroll, 17, of Vanderbilt Avenue, North Tonawanda
Daniel J. Gundlach, 18, of Tachi Drive, Newfane
Philip J. Brogan, 20, of Harvard Street, Rochester
Kelsey A. Peck, 18, of Meadowbrook Drive, Elma
Brenna C. Donnegan, 19, of Genesee Street, Avon
Kyle C. Betron, 19, of Carmichael Lane, Geneseo
Parker A. Hatfield, 20, of Lincoln Road, Ontario, Canada
Nicole A. Adams, 20, of Swamp Road, Bergen
Casey J. Erhardt, 18, of Renee Court, Marilla
Matthew J. Graves, 19, of Telephone Road, Caledonia
Lucas R. Logsdon, 18, of Dunkley Road, Leicester
Gabrielle R. Sacco, 16, of Downey Drive, Oswego
Erica J. Handley, 18, of Small Road, Syracuse
Candace M. Timberlake, 20, of Robert Drive, Syracuse
Patrick J. Kinderman, 17, of Homestead Road, Hamburg
Molly R. Hennessy, 17, of Manor Lane, Hamburg
Anthony J. Altieri, 20, of Main Street, Alden
Timothy J. Lewalski, 20, of Townline Road, Lancaster
Dane M. Wetzler, 19, of West Main, Alden
Brett A. Scheuerlein, 18, of Richmond Avenue, Batavia
Cody D. Swimline, 17, of Trumbull Pkwy, Batavia
Mitchell G. Wilkinson, 20, of Willow Woods, Alden
Caitlin A. Protas, 18, of Rondelay Drive, Cheektowaga
Andrea N. Smith, 20, of French Road, Cheektowaga
Cody M. Slattery, 20, of Olean Road, South Wales
Amanda L. Furlani, 20, of Hillside Pkwy, Lancaster
Sean T. Holtham, 19, of Juniper Street, Lockport
Trystin M. Plummer, 17, of Jefferson Street, Wellsville
Colton C. Beardsley, 17 of Niles Hill Road, Wellsville
Veronica J. Ebert, 18, of Scott Avenue, Wellsville
Stone T. Skeeter, 16, of Lee Place, Wellsville
Lisa A. McGuire, 19, of Everett Place, Tonawanda
Paige A. Zosh, 18, of Emerson Street, Alden
Peter P. Guido, 17, of West Wood Road, Lancaster
Christine A. Harling, 17, of Emerson Street, Alden
Nicholas J. Dieter, 16, of Kellogg Street, Alden
John M. Henderson Jr., 17, of Laurelwood Drive, Rochester
Justin J. DiBernardo, 19, of Hidden Pines Trail, Rochester
Brandon P. Frank, 19, of Sommerset Drive, Webster
Troy J. Crevier, 19, of Lake Road, Webster
Brooke A. Bull, 19, of Townline Road, Delevan
Samantha K. Raiber, 19, of Grove Street, Delevan
Clarissa M. Jones, 18, of Pine Street, Yorkshire
Jennifer L. Cicero, 20, of Pinetree Drive, Lancaster
Jaclyn M. Corsaro, 20, of Lenmart Drive, North Tonawanda
Matthew D. Peters, 17, of Spring Court, North Tonawanda
Ashley N. Ward, 17, of Lakewood Drive, North Tonawanda
Kaitlyn N. Mazierski, 17, of Stevenson Court, North Tonawanda
Samantha R. Gioeli, 19, of Windsor Avenue, Amherst
Rebecca L. Shoemaker, 20, Woodstock Avenue, Tonawanda
Elliott J. Russillio, 20, of William Street, Lancaster
Jacob C. Bene, 17, of Lyrae Drive, Gettzville
Devon M. Migaj, 19, of Sullivan Drive, Elma
Joseph W. Pici, 20, of Bullis Road, Elma
Eric F. Grzywna, 18, of Nanaite Drive, Elma
Benjamin S. F. Balderman, 19, of Leicester Road, Kenmore
Sarah M. Bidwell, 19, of Delaware Road, Buffalo
Andrew M. Hirsch, 18, of Butler Drive, Lancaster
Holly C. Kowalski, 18, of Cornell Drive, Depew
Stephanie L. Deuschle, 18, of Croydon Drive, Depew
Jesse J. Mikowski, 18, of West Wood Road, Lancaster
Aaron D. Wawrowski, 18, of Clark Street, Lancaster
Matthew B. Czechowski, 18, of Bentley Circle, Lancaster
Kyle P. Gallo, 20, of Street, Lawrence Drive, Street, Catherines, Ontario, Canada
Raeanne K. Fensom, 20, of Warner Road, Street, Davids, Ontario, Canada
Chelsea M. Len, 18, of Caprice Drive, Cheektowaga
Jillian N. Bennett, 16, of Broadway Street, Alden
James W. Rodgers, 19, of East Lake Street, Skaneateles
Megan E. Burdzy, 18, of Clermont Court, Lancaster
Carly D. Nevez, 20, of Sand Mateo Edmund, Okla.
Sean P. Bihrle, 20, of Calm Lake Circle, Rochester
Sarah M. Mador, 19, of Grosvenor Road, Kenmore
Elizabeth M. Pellegrino, 18, of Willow Breeze Road, Kenmore
Jessica M. Reeb, 20, of Signal Drive, Lancaster
Alissa M. Dibello, 20, of Belmont Avenue, Lancaster
Andrea J. Moore, 19, of Walnut Street, Baldwinsville
Shelby A. McNeilly, 18, of State Street, Skaneateles
Elizabeth E. Strods, 18, of State Street, Skaneateles
Sharon H. Adams, 19, of East Lake Road, Skaneatles
(name redacted upon request), 20, of Sheldon Road, Skaneateles
Brandon R. Murray, 18, of State Street, Skaneateles
Katelynn C. Bellnier, 20, of East Genesee Street, Auburn
Jesse J. Saniflippo, 20, of Chinaberry Crescent, Rochester
Edward J. Malo III, 20, of Pinnacle Road, Rochester
Dylan V. Davis, 19, of Route 245, Naples
Veronica E. S. Arnott, 19, of Ott Road, Stevensville, Ontario, Canada
Rachel J. Gombos, 19, of Abbott Road, Buffalo
Sarah R. Castilone, 18, of Gould Avenue, Depew
Alexander J. Woodard, 17, of Ransom Road, Lancaster
Brandon M. Barron, 20, of School Street, Skaneateles
Dalton A. Lemieux, 19, of Murphy Road, Lockport
Matthew K. Boyle, 17, of State Street, Road, Batavia
Robert G. Vanthoff, 19, of Havenwood Lane, Grand Island

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uuummmmmm.......... WOW!!!!!!!!!

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No whiskey for the kids and Beer for the over 21 horses :)

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Yeah, Mike. Fifteen arrests, PLUS 115 "citations" is WOW!
I don't know how much the fine is for these citations, but I'm guessing at least $50 (probably plus 'court fees'. The town outta get a pretty good haul after this.

On behalf of the town, "Thanks, Mr. Keith!"

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DANG! they made their monthly quota!...most those kids could join the military...btw...just an fyi...keep this up and Darien could lower property taxes....unless mom and dad have to pay the fines..nvm

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If you compare the statistics from previous years, you will find that the number of citations is increasing every year. In light of this fact, we can conclude that the current method, of arrest, and or ticket, is not accomplishing our goal of keeping our youth safe.
Using this method of arrest and or ticket, the only thing that is being accomplished is the funneling of money into the coffers of the town of Darien, and the state from the court surcharges.
If the true goal is to keep our youth safe, and to prevent underage drinking, then its safe to say that this method is NOT working.
We need to try something else, because an arrest does not look good on a Kids record, kids are not going to stop drinking underage just because they face the possibility of arrest. We are forcing youth to go to more and more elaborate measures to try and drink without the possibility of arrest. This fact is evident when you see the number of citations issued for possession of a fake or borrowed license
So now, the kids are resorting to perhaps, Forgery, Offering a False Instrument, and theft or borrowing of legitimate licenses. This seems to me, as perhaps a counterproductive way to protect them from the dangers of underage drinking.
Ok so the facts here are, Kids have been drinking underage for decades....They are not going to stop just because they face the possibility of arrest, in fact the opposite is true, the threat of arrest makes them go to more illegal, more elaborate measure to avoid being caught.
Im pretty sure that leading our youth down the path of deception and lying is not the way to go.

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I think they should close the beer stands, open up pot concession stands and sell pizza, honey mustard and onion pretzel bits, Doritos and Gatorade. All the cops could go home because everyone there would be too mellow and too busy munching-out to cause the problems that come with beer fueled idiots ready to fight the world.

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LMFAO @ DOUG.............true and well put

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Doug, I hate to say this, but I have to agree. I'm taking my 14 year old to Bon Jovi tomorrow night, and I'm not concerned for her safety at all. Why? Because most of the people there will smoke pot. What does pot do? Mellows you out. So no stupid, redneck, rude drunken idiots fighting. I'm not saying that there won't be any drinking, but I've been to country concerts and rock concerts at Darien Lake. I'm much more comfortable taking her to rock concerts there, than a country concert.

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I've been to, either as a member of the audience or as a paid sound technician, hundreds of concerts; indoor and out, large and small, since I was a teenager. When I was a teenager the drinking age was 18, and beer and pot (as well as acid, PCP, hashish, cocaine, opium, Quaaludes, et al) were pervasive at concerts. Maybe it was the music, maybe it was the era; fights and anti-social behavior were rare. I must admit: country-western jamborees have been the exception. Oddly-enough, it was usually the women who started the disturbances and the men who finished them (or the bouncers). One thing I have noticed of late- the music seems almost secondary for many concert-goers. People seem to congregate in groups, socializing throughout the show, talking on cell phones and acting -out. Back in the day, it was all about the music. People sang along, danced to and absorbed every nuance of the performance and spent days discussing the show afterward- from a musical perspective. Audience attire, who went with who and what went on in the parking lot were far less important than the guitar solo, arrangements, what songs were performed and what special guests came to jam.

Frankly, having paid $6.00 to see Led Zeppelin at the Buffalo Aud in 1973, the cost of seeing anyone at Darien Lake (or whatever it's called now) seems like an exercise in masochism. I saw the Roger Waters show at Darien a few years ago, and the crowd might as well have been strolling through the aisles at KMart. CSNY at SPAC and Phish at CMAC: those venues were much more conducive to a musical experience. ...Of course neither is tethered to an amusement park, and the audience demographics would be different.

I agree with the assertion that whatever is being done to curb underage drinking is not working. However, I think something else is responsible for the violent behavior. I think many children are so cocooned that they don't know how to behave in public. Certainly there are plenty of adults who present themselves as poor role-models. One might also consider that the impact of austerity on school music programs should be cited.

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You don't know what you've got until it's gone ...

[video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94bdMSCdw20]

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That's David Crosby sitting next to Joni in the video. He was one of her boyfriends once upon a time.

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If you like Joni Mitchell. This 1970 BBC gem is an essential. Absolutely great stuff
http://jonimitchell.com/library/video.cfm?id=249

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And just in case anyone's wondering. Toby Keith couldn't tune Joni's dolcimer

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Perhaps this basic rock concert instruction manual might be helpful.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUBWRglc8iY

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An obscure Rochester, NY connection with Joni Mitchell. The late Dick Zicari was a sound technician and owner of Multisonus, live sound and audio equipment sales. His business was located near the old Rochester YWCA building. He was one of Mitchell's preferred soundmen. Dick mixed on a unique, custom soundboard manufactured by Ashly Audio of Rochester- now in Webster. Aside from the electronics (which I won't belabor) it was encased in a wood frame giving it the appearance of a fine piece of furniture. Dick would set up his mixing area on an oriental carpet and surround himself with foliage as if in an ornate conservatory. He was very knowledgeable and willing to give time to a novice such-as-myself when I was first setting out as a soundman.

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