Police made dozens of arrests at the East Rutherford show...

By Hayden Wright

(RADIO.COM) – Guns N’ Roses performed at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium on Saturday night and local news reports describe a chaotic scene that resulted in more than 30 arrests.

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Infractions included, but were not limited to: drug possession, lewd conduct and assaulting a police officer. Others were written up for solicitation without a permit, disorderly conduct, harassment, simple assault, resisting arrest and criminal trespassing.

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The band played the East Rutherford venue the next night with no reported incidents. The Not in This Lifetime tour reunites founding members and the band’s most popular lineup: Slash, Axl Rose, bassist Duff McKagan and for some dates, drummer Steven Adler.

Let’s hope their August 9th show at AT&T Park fair much better.

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