Police made two arrests at Thursday night’s Paul McCartney concert at First Niagara Center.
A 33-year-old South Buffalo man was arrested late Thursday for allegedly drunken and loud behavior and struggling with First Niagara Center security officers and Buffalo police.
Robert Jensen of Clio Avenue was charged just before 11 p.m. with trespass for refusing requests from staff that he leave the concern, disorderly conduct for fighting with arena security officers and police and second-degree harassment for his allegedly “loud and tumultuous behavior in public,” according to an arrest report.
A 31-year-old Pennsylvania man was arrested for allegedly trying to sell fake Paul McCartney concert T-shirts around First Niagara Center late Thursday and early Friday.
Jason Seifert of Munhall, Pa, near Pittsburgh, was arrested for allegedly fighting with off-duty Buffalo Police Officer Peter Nigrelli and arena security officers about 12:30 a.m. Friday after he continually refused to leave the area around the arena. After Seifert was subdued, he was charged with third-degree criminal trespass and second-degree harassment.