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Saturday and led to three arrests for assault and disorderly conduct.
Additionally, a police officer was hit with a Gatorade bottle.
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In a town jammed with visitors to launch the summer season this weekend, Margate police had their hands full — with juveniles from out of town. Ken Bergeron of the Margate Police, citing 12 arrests of age 20 or younger for alcohol, marijuana, and fighting.
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"I don't know how we do that but we have to do that." Becker said he was at the Wawa at 7 a.m. "I have never in all my years of living in Margate seen trash like that," he said.
"I had to call public works." Matt Marino, manager of Heritage Surf Shop across from the Wawa, said Tuesday the weekend crowds out on Ventnor Avenue were less worrisome than the brawling on the beach.He noted that there are often more serious crimes reported weeks later — assaults, rapes, and he urged parents to not be lured by the idea that somehow their kids are safer because it's the Shore. "Two Cents Plain with a bunch of 15 year olds," wrote another Margate resident on Facebook, posting a selfie at p.m."You don't know what's going to happen to your child," he said. Saturday at the ice cream parlor across from the Wawa."I know it's almost summer but this looked like the kids were waiting for concert doors to open." Margate Mayor Mike Becker called the situation "way out of hand." "We welcome all visitors, but we can't tolerate this behavior," Becker said. This is probably the third year we've had the same thing over Memorial Day weekend: total lack of respect for other people.