Sextet Cuffed At Bone Thugs-n-Harmony Concert

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Matthew Ford, 29, is charged with resisting or obstructing officers.

Taylor Enos, 24, is charged with resisting or obstructing officers.

Anthony Thomas, 25, is charged with resisting or obstructing officers.

Lynn Schwabb, 30, is charged with resisting or obstructing officers.

Elizabeth Romero, 29, is charged with misdemeanor battery.

Aaron Taylor, 20, is charged with minor in possession of alcohol and trespassing.


Things got a bit out of hand late Saturday night at the Bone Thugs-n-Harmony concert at Garden City's Revolution Concert House.

Garden City Police said they responded to two different calls about fighting at Revolution. By the end of the evening, five men and one woman had been locked up.

Matthew Ford, 29, of Meridian, 24-year-old Taylor Enos of Boise, and 30-year-old Lynn Schwab of Mountain Home were all charged with resisting or obstructing officers; and 25-year-old Anthony Thomas of Boise was charged with resisting or obstructing officers and failure to appear on a previous warrant while 20-year-old Aaron Taylor of Carson City, Nev., was charged with being a minor in possession of alcohol and trespassing after he refused to leave the concert. The lone woman, Elizabeth Romero, 29, of Nampa, was charged with misdemeanor battery.

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