Sunday, November 29, 2020
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Delaware County ‘troublemakers’ ruin family annual carnival indefinitely

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Police all across Delaware County responded to the annual Aston Township Fire Department’s spring carnival Thursday night after reports of a riot, yc.news has learned.

“On behalf of the Officers and Members of the Aston Township Fire Department, we would like to apologize to the residents of Aston as well as the surrounding community for the unfortunate events that transpired this evening at our 2019 Spring Carnival,” Sean Joyce, President of Aston Fire Dept. said. “Which was once a local family tradition, has turned into a landing spot for out of town troublemakers.”

“In an effort to maintain the great relationship we have worked so hard to develop with the residents of Aston, we have collectively made the decision to shut the carnival down permanently.”

Pres. Joyce also thanked the Aston Township Police Department and all other agencies who helped restore peace in the community after the all-out war.

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