Lil Wayne Video At Darien Lake, New York Where 23 Fans Arrested

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Here is a Lil Wayne video with the beginning of the Americas Most Wanted Tour at Darien Lake located in Buffalo, New York and 23 fans were arrested on various charges. One women was locked up for refusing to stop swearing, and your probably saying, at a rap concert, wtf? My favorite is one guy charged with criminal mischief for smashing a car window, and then was found sleeping inside the vehicle! Most of the charges are marijuana and alcohol related, and I bet Lil Wayne won’t get an invitation back to the Darien Lake Theme Park. The full report of trouble makers is after the jump, and it’s quite amusing. Shout out to Joe Drake for the video.

A 16-year-old from Cheektowaga, charged with trespassing for allegedly jumping a fence to get into the concert venue.

Jonathan R. Bonner, 26, of 187 Jewett Ave. Upper, Buffalo, charged with trespassing after allegedly refusing to leave the concert venue.

Matthew A. Cary, 20, of 19 Cassandra Circle, Churchville, charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and possession of alcohol under age 21.

Sergio Cruz Vazquez, 22, of 7 Cheswick Drive, Churchville, charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.

Cameron D. Martin, 23, of 201 Privet Way, Rochester, charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.

Richard B. Wylie, 20, of 9717 South Protection Road, Holland, is charged with trespassing for allegedly jumping the fence to enter the concert venue.

Brian M. Johnson, 22, of 82 River St., Salamanca, is charged with disorderly conduct and unlawful possession of marijuana. Johnson allegedly tried to force his way into the concert venue. He was jailed on $250 bail.

Rose M. Wright, 26, of 17 Springfield Drive, Apt. D, Cheektowaga, is charged with is charged with disorderly conduct and unlawful possession of marijuana. Wright allegedly refused a request to stop swearing in public. She was jailed on $250 bail.

David J. Chauncey, 20, of 5931 Ellicott St., Pavilion, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.

Steven M. Chauncey, 18, of 5931 Ellicott St., Pavilion, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.

Timothy J. Penders, 18, of 146 Main St., Wyoming, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.

Mark P. Ricci, 18, of 281 Ridgeview Drive, East Rochester, is charged with criminal possession of marijuana after allegedly smoking marijuana in public view.

Bryon M .Wiese, 18, of 906 E. Main St., East Rochester, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.

David F. John, Jr., 23, of 12456 Longhorse Road, Lowtown, is charged with harassment and assault after allegedly hitting a woman and injuring a security guard who attempted to break up the incident. John was jailed on $1,000 bail.

Nicolo A. Chirico, 18, of 1820 Hudson Ave. Apt. 11, Rochester, was charged with criminal mischief. Chirico allegedly smashed a car window and was found sleeping in the vehicle.

Daniel J. Metz, 20, of 180 E. Abbott Grove, Orchard Park, is charged with possessing alcohol under age 21.

Kristen L. Fedick, 19, of 62 Southpoint Drive, Lancaster, is charged with possessing alcohol under age 21.

Alicia D. Dinardo, 19, of 29 Southwind Way, Rochester, is charged with possessing alcohol under age 21.

Michael R. Ritts, 19, of 8 Peppermill Lane, Orchard Park, is charged with possessing alcohol under age 21.

Alexander J. Costello, IV, 19, of Hamburg was charged with possessing alcohol under age 21.

A 17-year-old from Kenmore was charged with possessing alcohol under age 21.

Paul A. Zagami III, 20, of 19 Arcade Ave., Amherst, is charged with possessing alcohol under age 21.

Alexis Cruz Vazquez, 20, of 7 Cheswick Drive, Churchville, is charged with possessing alcohol under age 21.

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