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  posted on 6/25/2013 at 04:37 AM
I have a friend that works out at one of the camp grounds. He said they were targeting more people once they left the parking lot at the Dave shows than he had ever seen before. If they pull you over off the property, it doesn't get reported as being an arrest made at Deer Creek. He told me it was like nothing he had ever seen before.

It's one thing for officers to be doing their job, it just doesn't seem cool when they are flat out targeting people. I still think sobriety checkpoints should be illegal though, so what do I know. I am big fan of probable cause.

I wonder what the real number is for the amount of tickets and arrests going down in the Deer Creek area?

I am not mad that I don't have tickets to one show out there this year.


Now they are targeting college kids ??? Really, this a good use of Police resources? Pathetic.


Excise officers hope Butler patrols have deterrent effect
Posted: Aug 24, 2012 10:29 PM EDT Updated: Aug 25, 2012 5:01 AM EDT

Butler students arrested at party despite police warning

Welcome to Friday night near Butler University, brought to you by the Indiana State Excise Police.

Police have pulled over a Jeep with three young men in it, suspecting one of the passenger's bought alcohol for the underage driver.

"I just wanted to check your id on the alcohol and your driver's license," Corporal Travis Thickstun told the men in the vehicle.

It's all part of an Excise crackdown on Indiana college campuses this fall.

Last weekend, police ran special "dangerous drinking patrols" near the IU Bloomington, Ball State and Notre Dame campuses. Officers wrote more than 300 tickets.

"A lot of what we're looking for is underage drinking, binge drinking, furnishing alcohol to minors and things like that," said Thickstun.

This weekend's it's Butler's turn.

What will police find? Some freshmen who've only been on campus a week said it wasn't hard to find a party.

"It's usually just a house party here and there," said freshman Katie Pailone.

"We have seen keg stands and things like that, but most of the time, they are of age," said Breanna Manley of the parties she and friends have been to this past week.

The ones who aren't 21, though, could get busted if Excise police happen to be there.

Just down the street in Broad Ripple, police will be there, too, during the weekend. Undercover and uniformed officers will be going into bars, seeking underaged drinkers and to check identifications to make sure they're not fake.

"Last weekend, we issued 14 tickets in Broad Ripple," said Thickstun. "Most of it was for possession of false id's, minor consumption of alcohol, things of that nature." Police said they're not trying to hide their efforts.

"We want people to know about it, because we want the deterrent effect that results from folks knowing that police are out looking for these types of things," said Thickstun.

Obviously for the Butler students pulled over, it wasn't a secret anymore. They ended up with the tickets and emptied beer cans and vodka bottles to show for it.


[Edited on 6/25/2013 by jerryphilbob]

 

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  posted on 6/25/2013 at 08:09 PM
quote:
"Country has become the new rock and roll," Bowen said.


Mr Bowen, "It's been al ong time since you rock & rolled..."

just becuz the hicks are sportin sporto-mohawks, doesn't mean they are rock n rollers...
or is it that the "hot-country" backin band members are not really redneckers, and just gettin paid?
or yer edgy, but only on that scene...
or you glom on to whatever the mass sheeples will dowlnoad, watch on youtube, whatever, even though you auto-tune your pipes, cuz you couldn't last playing and sangin night after night after night w/ out a bit of ok-computer's little helper...

i don't mean to offend any of the country lovin ffolkes, but most of the "stuff" on c*ntry radio is utter b.s.

EAPF for the country outlaws - twang-in' my brain & smashin the lights on the Grand Ol' Opry

 

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  posted on 6/25/2013 at 08:24 PM
If you are not breaking the law..what do you have to worry about?

Like I said, the law is the law, whether you like it or not, nothing you can do about it. Is it right tor wrong, thats all subjesctive to one's opinion, but you have to play by the rules people.

 

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  posted on 6/26/2013 at 08:22 AM
i started this thread just to warn people that there is something unusual going on at deer creek this year. the police presence there is something i have not seen in the 25 yrs it has been open. with that said, it seems some think that there should be a greater police presence there, that everyone should be given a breathalizer before they can leave (since public intoxication is also a crime)., that drug sniffing dogs should also be used. maybe everyone should be required to go thru a background check before entering so people with outstanding warrants or child support can be caught.

look, its a concert and i understand having security. i just think whats going on up there is over the top. this thread is becoming whipping post fodder, i apologize for that.

 

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  posted on 6/26/2013 at 09:40 AM
Yep. What he said. This is not the usual pattern of the police at Deer Creek. They are putting the hammer down. Breaking the law or not, what they are doing is not cool.

 

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  posted on 6/26/2013 at 01:35 PM
Like I mentioned I work at a hopital in Hamilton county and it will be interesting to see tomorrow in the ER ...it's the Buffett concert and that can be one of the worst ones for drunks and accidents . Alot of middle aged and older people reliving the glory days of their youth.

 

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  posted on 6/26/2013 at 04:34 PM
another thing i just thought of is.....excise police typically don't wear a uniform. they operate in street clothes. now i don't know anything about how they are identifying themselves inside the venue but enjoying yourself at a show and some strange guys walk up to you and start asking you questions has got to be weird.
 

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  posted on 6/30/2013 at 03:29 PM
http://www.wishtv.com/dpp/news/crime/excise-officers-arrest-38-saturday

Excise officers arrest 38 Saturday

Updated: Sunday, 30 Jun 2013, 7:37 AM EDT
Published : Sunday, 30 Jun 2013, 7:37 AM EDT

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Indiana excise police had a busy Saturday. They arrested a total of 38 people at two different concerts yesterday.

Excise police say they arrested 14 people on 17 alcohol-related charges at the OAR concert at White River State Park.

Officers say they arrested 24 people, including 19 for underage drinking, at the Rascal Flatts concert at Klipsch Music Center.

Stay tuned to WISHTV.com for more details on the arrests.

 

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  posted on 7/1/2013 at 04:57 PM
Municipalities are financially strapped. This is an ideal way to hydrate the coffers and keep the community supporting local law enforcement. Fish in a barrel. Many towns are taking this approach these days. As long as everyone is keeping within the law then its all good.

 

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  posted on 7/3/2013 at 10:51 PM
here we go again......is this happening at other places....i asked this question before.

LOL tobacco

http://www.indystar.com/article/20130703/NEWS/307030119/Excise-police-arres t-cite-43-Vans-Warped-Tour-Concert-Noblesville?nclick_check=1

Excise police arrest, cite 43 at Vans Warped Tour Concert in Noblesville

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Indiana State Excise Police arrested or cited Wednesday 43 people today on various charges during the Vans Warped Tour concert in Noblesville.

Ten people -- including four minors -- were arrested for possessing marijuana, a misdemeanor. Thirty-one minors were cited for possessing tobacco. Three adults were charged with giving them tobacco.

“The Indiana State Excise Police will be a presence at Klipsch Music Center throughout its scheduled events,” Superintendent Matt Strittmatter said in a news release.

Wednesday’s arrests at Klipsch, 12880 E. 146th Street, join a long list this season. Police arrested 24 people at Rascal Flatts on June 29; 68 at Kenny Chesney on June 13; 30 at Zac Brown Band on June 9; 52 at Tim McGraw on May 30; and 64 at May Day on May 11.

Court appearances for those charged with misdemeanors are scheduled for Aug. 14 in Hamilton County Superior Court.

[Edited on 7/4/2013 by LeglizHemp]

 

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  posted on 7/5/2013 at 06:48 PM

Black Sabbath will be playing at the Klipsch August 18. This should be interesting.

 
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