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Rap sheet: 15 arrested at G-Eazy concert at Darien Lake

Fifteen people were arrested by the Genesee County Sheriff's Department at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center Friday during the Endless Summer Tour concert headlined by rapper G-Eazy.

Terrance L. Falk, 19, of Batavia was arrested for disorderly conduct, second-degree harassment and resisting arrest after allegedly yelling obscenities around other people while being ejected from the concert venue causing a disturbance, head-butting a Live Nation employee in the face, and fighting with law enforcement while being placed under arrest. Falk was remanded to jail in lieu of $500 bail.

A 16-year-old from Amherst was arrested for false personation, obstructing governmental administration and resisting arrest after allegedly being refused entry into the concert venue, running into a restricted area, fighting with law enforcement while being placed under arrest, and then giving a false name to law enforcement. The individual was remanded to jail in lieu of $2,000 bail.

Kaitlyn M. Kist, 19, of Derby and Brittany J. McGruther, 22, of Lockport were both arrested for third-degree criminal trespass degree for allegedly re-entering the concert venue after being ejected and being told not to return. Both were remanded to jail in lieu of $200 bail.

Eleven people were issued appearance tickets to appear in Darien Town Court on Sept. 20.

Michaela R. Bohn, 18, of Batavia was arrested for seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance after allegedly being found in possession of a small quantity of cocaine and heroin.

Kaylin M. Carlson, 19, of Bloomfield was arrested for second-degree harassment after allegedly punching another individual in the face.

Timothy D. Trask, 19, of Erin was arrested for second-degree harassment after allegedly pushing and shoving law enforcement while being ejected from the concert venue.

Ashley R. Jolliff, 22, of Tonawanda was arrested for second-degree harassment after allegedly shoving a law enforcement officer while another individual was being arrested.

John J. Rozmus, 23, of Buffalo was arrested for disorderly conduct for allegedly yelling several obscenities around other people trying to enter the concert venue, causing a disturbance.

David L. Pratt, 17, of Angola was arrested for trespass after allegedly climbing on top of a concession stand and entering a restricted area.

Abel Nazareem Supreme Jones, 18, of Seneca Falls; Dominic M. Pasceri, 19, of Lockport; and Cornelius Lawson, 21, of Geneva were arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana after each were allegedly found in possession of a small amount of the drug.

Adam L. Vargas, 20, of Barker and Richard D. Marks, 17, of Williamsville were both arrested for trespass after allegedly attempting to re-enter the concert venue after being ejected and told not to return.

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