More than 250 people were arrested and three people hospitalized during the first two days of a Labor Day weekend electronic music festival in San Bernardino County.
On Friday, the first night of the three-day Nocturnal Wonderland rave, 111 people were arrested during security screening at the entrance to the San Manuel Amphitheater in Devore, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.
Six were arrested for being younger than 18 and one person was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and smashing into a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputy and his motorcycle, authorities said. The deputy was not injured in the crash.
On Saturday, 141 people were arrested on suspicion of a a variety of offenses including drug possession, drug sales, assault and battery, and being under the influence of drugs or alcohol. One person was arrested for indecent exposure, sheriff’s officials said.
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