The Indiana State Excise Police issued dozens of citations Thursday night at the O.A.R. Rebelution concert at White River State Park.
Police said most of the tickets were from alcohol and drug-related offenses. They said excise officers cited 35 people for illegal possession or consumption of alcohol, and ten of those individuals cited were underage drinkers younger than 18 years old.
Police said nine people were cited on drug-related charges, most for possession of marijuana. Officers also issued seven citations for false ID-related offenses and cited one juvenile for possession of tobacco.
The citations are a 29 percent increase from last year’s O.A.R. concert, when 45 citations were issued for various offenses.
The cited juveniles were released into the custody of their parents or guardian.
Dozens of citations issued at O.A.R. concert for alcohol, drug offenses
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