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A sign at the gate to Little Rocky Glen is clear about no parking dusk to dawn.

Eleven persons in their late teens or early 20s were arrested Aug. 25 after the state police were dispatched at 11:41 p.m. the day before about a disturbance at the area of Little Rocky Glen in Clinton Township.

According to a police report filed by Tpr. William Clark, he and Tpr. Matt Landsiedel arrived in the vicinity of 1129 Lithia Valley Road where they observed multiple vehicles illegally parked on that road as well as on Countryside Conservancy property.

Troopers observed a large gathering of people on the conservancy property known as Little Rocky Glen after permitted hours which are posted as being open between dawn and dusk.

Those arrested and charges confirmed were non-traffic citations including trespass and disorderly conduct. Six vehicles also were towed from the scene.

One person was injured after he fell down a steep gorge and was taken to Geisinger CMC Hospital in Scranton. His condition is unknown.

The troopers were assisted by Patrolman Ben Seibert and Cpl. John Zdaniewicz of the Tunkhannock Township Police Department as well as area fire companies and Clark’s Garage Towing.

Those arrested include:

*Nijah Tae Hughes, 19 of Hanover Twp., who was charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct;

*Eric Noel Rodriguez, 18, of Dickson City, who was charged with criminal trespass;

*Wilson Isr Perezvazquez, 21, of Dickson City, who was charged with criminal trespass;

*Briana Mae Westerlund, 19, of Blakely, who was charged with criminal trespass;

*Gena Arlene Harris, of Clarks Summit, who was charged with defiant trespass;

*Aidan John Haley, of Greenfield Township, who was charged with defiant trespass and disorderly conduct;

*Lorenzo Siracu Saavedra, 19, of Jessup, who was charged with criminal trespass; and

*Michael Carlo Scotch, 24, of Carbondale, who was charged with defiant trespass.

A state police report also noted that Michaeline Cantarella, 19, of Scranton; Anneke Rood, 19, of Hanover Township; and a 17-year-old of Scranton were also arrested, but their charges could not be independently confirmed.