Wayhome music festival arrests lead to sexual assault, theft charges
Ontario Provincial Police cite 2 separate incidents at this year's fest north of Toronto
Ontario Provincial Police say two men have been charged in separate incidents at the Wayhome music festival in Oro-Medonte, Ont., north of Toronto.
Police say they were called 38 times during the three-day festival, which started last Friday.
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Investigators say the first arrest is related to an alleged theft, though they don't specify what was reportedly taken.
They say a 20-year-old Brampton man is charged with possession of property obtained by crime.
Police later arrested a 20-year-old Oakville man and charged him with sexual assault.
There was a police presence throughout the festival, which saw thousands camping at the site