COOK COUNTY CRIMINAL COURTHOUSE — Thirty-four people were arrested and more than 100 other revelers were issued citations during this weekend's Lollapalooza music festival, which ran from Friday through Sunday, city officials said.
At least six people who were arrested at Lollapalooza Sunday appeared in court Monday to face drug charges.
• Devin Sherman, of Memphis, Tenn., was arrested with more than $800 worth of Ecstasy and marijuana after Sherman sold three pills of Ecstasy to an undercover officer, according to court documents.
Sherman, 23, was arrested inside the festival about 6:10 p.m. Sunday. Police found 27 more pills of Ecstasy and 11 grams of marijuana, according to court documents.
Sherman was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of cannabis as well as delivering a controlled substance on park grounds.
Cook County Judge Adam Bourgeois Jr. ordered Sherman held on $50,000 bond.
• Jackson Ezinga, 23, of Grand Rapids, Mich., was charged with possession of a controlled substance after he was arrested with $500 worth of cocaine.
According to court documents, undercover police officers saw Ezinga make a "hand-to-hand" transaction inside the music festival Sunday evening. During a patdown, officers allegedly found a baggie containing four grams of cocaine in Ezinga's pocket, according to court documents.
Bourgeois Jr. ordered Ezinga held on $10,000 bond.
• Maciej Skura, 18, was arrested after undercover officers allegedly saw him conduct a "hand-to-hand" transaction inside the festival. Officers arrested Skura after finding he had 16 grams of Ecstasy with an approximate street value of $320, according to court documents.
Bourgeois Jr. ordered Skura, of the 3600 block of North Harlem Avenue, released on his own recognizance.
• Russell Bosscamp, 18, of north suburban Glenview, was also ordered released on his own recognizance after he appeared in bond court Monday on charges of possession of a controlled substance.
Police searched Bosscamp at the entrance of the music festival in the 600 block of South Michigan Avenue after officers allegedly observed the teen putting something in his pockets, according to court records.
Officers found two plastic baggies with 11 capsules of Ecstasy worth approximately $275, according to court documents.
• Andrew Hood, of Houston, was arrested with eight pills of Ecstasy worth more than $200 after he was seen "conducting a hand-to-hand" transaction in the 700 block of South Columbus Drive, according to court documents.
Bourgeois Jr. ordered Hood, 19, released on his own recognizance.
• John Golden, 20, of suburban Park Ridge, appeared in court Monday on charges of possession of a controlled substance.
Tactical team officers responded to a "disturbance" inside the festival allegedly involving Golden. Officers allegedly spotted Golden drop a black plastic bag and then try to run away, according to a police report. Police arrested Golden after finding the plastic bag contained about $100 worth of cocaine, according to the police report.
Bourgeois Jr. ordered Golden released on his own recognizance.
Over the course of the three-day festival, 34 people were arrested and 137 others received citations by authorities, according to Melissa Stratton, a spokeswoman for the city's Office of Emergency Management and Communications. Another 303 people were transported to area hospitals during the festival, Stratton said.
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