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19 arrested at Zac Brown Band concert at Darien Lake

Nineteen people were arrested during the Zac Brown Band concert Sunday at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, the Genesee County Sheriff's Office said.

Anna L. Demeter, 20, of Vero Beach, Fla., and Catherine M. Mulligan, 20, of Kensington, Md., were arrested and charged with third-degree criminal trespass, a misdemeanor, the Sheriff's Office said. They were ejected and told not to return but re-entered the venue. They were arraigned in Darien Town Court and remanded in lieu of $250 bail, authorities said. They were the only two who appeared before a judge, while the others arrested were issued appearance tickets.

Four other people also were charged with misdemeanor trespassing for re-entering the venue after being ejected: Noah M. Wheeler, 18, of Honeoye Falls; Ethan S. Kaiser, 20, of Fairport; Joel M. Rudnick, 26, of Rochester; and Lucas F. Zelasko, 20, of Amherst.

Alyssa R. DiBiase, 22, of Webster, was charged with driving while intoxicated in the venue parking lot.

Christopher E. Burger, 20, of Amherst, was accused of cocaine possession and charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.

Adam M.B. Sabadasz, 33, of Buffalo, was accused of damaging a gate and charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief.

Camryn R. Vogt, 19, of Walworth, was charged with misdemeanor trespassing and second-degree criminal impersonation for allegedly providing her sister's name to authorities.

Samuel C. Aebli, 22, of Penfield, was charged with both misdemeanor trespassing and a trespassing violation for re-entering the venue after being told multiple times not to return, the Sheriff's Office said.

Eight people were charged with a trespassing violation, having been accused of trying to re-enter the venue after being ejected: Kelsey L. Fkermedal, of Rochester; Rachel E. Nanna, 19, of Orchard Park; Julia N. Gaglio, 20, of East Amherst; Miranda R. Lawley, 20, of Amherst; Olivia I. Flink, 20, of Rochester; Edmund R. Zimmerman, 19, of Penfield; Daniel J. Schultz, 20, of Clarence; and John B. Collins, 19, of the Town of Boston.

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