The North Carolina Alcohol Law Enforcement Branch (ALE) has stepped up their efforts for finding underage drinking and drugs at North Carolina concerts. They made a massive amount of drug and alcohol related arrests at the Widespread Panic concert this weekend on April 30, 2016. They arrested people for alcohol and drugs in the parking lot and inside the Walnut Creek Amphitheater venue itself.
Huge Volume of Arrests at Widespread Panic Concert
The level of arrests we are seeing through new mug shots on-line and numerous calls to our office tell us that they have stepped up their efforts at making drug and alcohol arrests at concerts where they believe such activity is present. Increased ALE officers and funding has been a priority for the Pat McCrory Administration and it looks like they have doubled down on enforcement. It’s a bit sad that when North Carolina finally gets a big act like Widespread Panic that won’t boycott North Carolina because of HB2 the police show up to make a huge amount of arrests.
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If you were charged with drug possession or underage alcohol possession at the Widespread Panis concert contact The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel, PLLC for a free consultation about your criminal charge. The goal with most first offender drug charges is a dismissal and then an expungement. We handle drug related criminal cases in Wake County, North Carolina and can be reached at 919-585-1486. You can also email Raleigh Defense Attorney Wiley Nickel directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.