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Desert Trip Attendees Abused Handicap Placards More Than Drugs and Alcohol

For the most part, attendees at weekend one of Desert Trip were a well-behaved lot, according to a spokesman for the Indio Police Department. Police made only 28 arrests all weekend, including just five for public drunkenness and one for drug possession — remarkably low numbers for a three-day festival...
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