Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Riverfest by the police numbers

Posted By on Wed, May 28, 2014 at 9:11 AM

click to enlarge GOOD, CLEAN FUN: A happy crowd sweats in one of the Riverfest acts. - BRIAN CHILSON
  • Brian Chilson
  • GOOD, CLEAN FUN: A happy crowd sweats in one of the Riverfest acts.

The LRPD has completed its count on activities during Riverfest, which drew nearly a quarter-of-a-million people to the Arkansas River over the Memorial Day weekend, many of them drinking generously from available beer supplies.

The numbers:

68 Minors in Possession
27 Obstruction of Government Operations
15 Possession Instrument of Crime
17 Unknowingly Furnishing Alcohol to minor
7 Possession of Fraudulent Identification
2 Disorderly Conduct
2 Public Intoxication
1 Resisting Arrest
9 were Juveniles
9 were adults over 21
60 were between the ages of 18-21
78 total arrest
139 total charges

297 Parking Violations

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