One Man Charged With Felony Terroristic Threats on The Band Perry Concert
The Band Perry put on one entertaining show last night at Artpark in Lewiston. In fact, I remember walking out from behind the stage and being in absolute shock how many people suddenly were inside the venue. All 10,000 of you I'm sure will agree that the set The Band Perry put on was fantastic.
You may have noticed though that security was certainly tightened up as this was the first show since the trio was forced to cancel their last show in Delaware due to a threat made by two men over the weekend.
Threats were made specifically toward The Band Perry concert where over 2,000 people were ready to watch the band and just before the start time, the show was cancelled at Americana Bayside Welcome Center.
The two men said they were going to jump over the fence with guns because the concert was sold out.
According to The Delaware News Journal one man turned himself in:
35 year old Dzmitry N. Papou of Selbyville, Del., turned himself in on Monday night (July 4), according to the. He has been charged with felony terroristic threatening and was released on $20,000 unsecured bail.