Pennsylvania State police arrested a large group of people on charges of underage drinking over the weekend.
18 people were arrested at the First Niagara Pavilion in Washington County on Saturday, on suspicion of underage drinking, and one person was charged with using false identification. The officers involved in the bust, working for the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement, were patrolling the concert venue at the time of the “Brad Paisley: Country Nation World Tour” show at the time.
Arrests for seemingly petty offenses such as underage drinking, using false identification, public urination, and public intoxication, can have long lasting consequences if not properly handled legally. These otherwise minor violations can have effects as it relates to a person’s employment and ability to qualify for various programs.
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