Arrests, Stage Melee At String Cheese Incident Scranton Show

Police arrested four Scranton locals and out-of-state men Thursday night on charges ranging from drug possession to disorderly conduct in separate incidents during a String Cheese Incident concert at the Scranton Cultural Center. According to Scranton Police Lt. Jeff Mackie, arrested were: Mark Loughney, 28, after police said he jumped on stage and grabbed the crotch area of one of the band members. Mr. Loughney was charged with disorderly conduct and drug possession.

Anthony Biondollo, 19, at about 9:45 p.m. as he was stumbling along the street coming back from the concert, police said. Mr. Biondollo was charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and underage drinking.

Gregory Paul Ibscher, 35, on charges of drug possession. Mr. Ibscher was wanted on a felony warrant out of Philadelphia. He was arrested at 7:45 p.m. just before he entered the show.

Michael James Watson, 31, at about 8 p.m. after he allegedly tried to sell drugs to undercover officers in the parking lot outside of the center.

Six officers were stationed at the show, Lt. Mackie said.

Source: The TImes Tribune

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