Six people were arrested in connection with at least two fighting incidents at the Thugs-N-Harmony concert at the Revolution Concert House Saturday night in Garden City, police said.
Police were called to the new concert hall which opened Aug. 22 twice between 9 p.m. and midnight Saturday. Sgt. Cris Anjelkovich said she recalled only one other fighting incident at the concert hall since it opened.
"We haven't really had that many major issues," Anjelkovich said. If there are three incidents within 60 days, the concert hall managers will have to come up with a plan to address the issues, she said.
Those who were charged Saturday:
- Matthew R. Ford, 29, Meridian, misdemeanor resisting and obstructing officers.
- Elizabeth I. Romero, 29, Nampa, misdemeanor battery.
- Lynn L. Schwab, 30, Mountain Home, resisting or obstructing officers.
- Aaron J. Taylor, 20, Carson City, Nev., misdemeanor trespass (he refused to leave the business), minor possession of alcoholic beverage.
- Anthony J. Thomas, 25, Boise, misdemeanor resisting or obstructing officers, misdemeanor failure to appear (warrant), and misdemeanor contempt of court.
- Taylor Enos, 24, Boise, misdemeanor resisting or obstructing officers.
Thomas and Taylor, who both remained in jail Sunday, are set to be arraigned Monday. The other four have Dec. 24 arraignment dates.