OK, I guess the worm is turning, or shriveling up, or something. Police asked a record label exec to Twitter a message to unruly waiting fans that a concert had been called off at the last minute. The guy didn't and the cops arrested him.
Police arrested a senior vice president from Bieber’s label, Island Def Jam Records, James A. Roppo, 44, of Hoboken, N.J., saying he hindered their crowd-control efforts by not cooperating.
He was in custody Friday night, pending charges that could include criminal nuisance, endangering the welfare of a minor and obstructing government administration, Smith said.
“We asked for his help in getting the crowd to go away by sending out a Twitter message,” Smith said. “By not cooperating with us we feel he put lives in danger and the public at risk.”
Via All Things Digital