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Fayetteville Police say 11 arrested at Dogwood Festival

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FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -

Fayetteville Police arrested 11 people at the recent Dogwood Festival, they said Monday afternoon.

The police said they arrested five people they described as gang members for second-degree trespassing. Those were Ali Abdul-Malik (19), Nicholeon Evans (18),  Nicholas Ramey (20), Antarrios Fylthe (18) and  Lorenzo Miles (23).

Also arrested were:

  • Adam Furr (23) for Public Consumption of Alcohol and Disorderly Conduct
  • Darryl Brown Jr. (20) for Possession of MDMA and Marijuana
  • Jake Vickery (30) for Intoxicated & Disruptive, 2nd Degree Trespassing
  • Kenneth Sweet (39) for Intoxicated & Disruptive
  • Jason Albury (47) for Urinating in Public
  • Justin Shumpert (18) for Resist, Delay & Obstruct and 2nd Degree Trespassing
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