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Sheriff's Ask For People To Leave Pride Festival After It Reaches Capacity

WEST HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA)  -- The Sheriff's department started dispersing people at the West Hollywood Pride Festival Saturday because the crowd reached capacity.

The Fire Marshall determined the crowd was at capacity around 9 p.m.

People waiting on line to get into the festival were told to disperse and call the city's website Monday for refund information.

Officials said several people became unruly and some reportedly threw rocks.

Deputies put on full-tactical gear.

Festival organizers said late Saturday that anyone turned away will be able to use their ticket for Sunday's event/concert.

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