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SBSD - Central
Saturday September 3rd, 2016 :: 08:45 a.m. PDT


On day 2 of Nocturnal Wonderland 18,589 people attended and 111 arrests were made

DATE/TIME:Friday, September 2, 2016, Day 2

Day 2 INCIDENT:Nocturnal Wonderland 2016

LOCATION: San Manuel Ampitheater- 2575 Glen Helen Parkway, San Bernardino

SUMMARY: Day 2 of Nocturnal Wonderland involved the load in of campers and the opening of the festival area to patrons. 723 vehicles entered the camping area with a total of 2,892 occupants. 18,589 people attended the festival, uniformed, and undercover law enforcment officers were deployed, along with K-9s.

Prior to entering the camping area, participants were searched for security purposes. The process for attendees included being searched, the examination of a valid identification, confirmation of tickets for the event, and photographed. This process is designed to make the experience safer for the attendees. During this process no arrests were made. At about 4:00 pm the gates opened for the festival, As patrons entered the festival they were searched, and their age was confirmed with a valid form of identification. During this process, 111 people were arrested for various violations as they attempted to entered the festival area. 6 arrests were made for being under the age of 18.

During an arrest, a deputy was injured and transported to the hospital for treatment. He was later released with minor injuries. One attendee was arrested for DUI after crashing into a marked motor unit working the event. The deputy was not injured.

2 attendees were transported to the hospital for various medical reasons. One has since been released from the hospital.

Additional law enforcement officers, paid by Insomniac, were assigned to patrol the Devore and Rosena Ranch area. Measures are in place to minimize the amount of concert traffic driving through these neighborhoods.

Two noise complaints were made. A deputy and sound engineer responded and found the noise level was within the County noise ordinance. Remote security cameras and Automated License Plate Readers (ALPRs) are deployed in the area as an extra measure of security.

Refer:Doug Wolfe, Lieutenant Station:

Central Station Phone No.(909)387-3545

JOHN McMAHON, Sheriff-Coroner

San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Department

SBSD - Central
655 E 3rd St
San Bernardino, CA 92408

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 909-387-3700

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