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Two arrested at Perry Lake boat event
08/18/2022

(KAIR)--Two arrests were made, along with assistance given, during a boating event last weekend in Jefferson County, at Perry Lake.

According to a release, Game Wardens from the Law Enforcement Division of Kansas Wildlife and Parks were at work during the semi-annual Midwest Boat Festival held August 13 which, the release notes, “draws 1000’s of people and boaters around the Midwest.”

Among the assistance the Game Wardens provided was attending “to a person having heat related issues,” as well as when “a vessel with several children on board became disabled and wardens towed the vessel to the boat ramp.”

During the night, one person was arrested for Boating under the Influence while another person was arrested for Interference of Official Duties of a Law Enforcement Officer.”

Despite those incidents, the Game Wardens say “the festival went off with little to no significant issues.”

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