Teens charged with underage drinking at PNC concert Authorities arrested 46 people at a Korn concert at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel and charged most of them with underage drinking, State Police said today. The arrests Wednesday night continue a crackdown on minors drinking at the arts center, where for years tailgating and alcohol consumption have gone hand-in-hand for many attendees. In the most recent arrests, 30 of the 46 were charged with underage drinking. The other 16 are facing offenses including drug possession, resisting arrest, assault, possession of drug paraphernalia and serving alcohol to a minor, said State Police Capt. Kevin Burke, who headed the effort. Most of those arrested were from New York and northern New Jersey, he said. Despite the widespread publicity about the crackdown, State Police continue to make a relatively high number of arrests at concerts they believe will attract younger crowds, he said. "Maybe they think they're not going to get caught, I don't know," he said. "We remain vigilant in what we're doing. We're going to be out here. We're not changing what we're doing." Of the 30 charged with underage drinking, four were under 18. The youngest of the alleged underage drinkers was 16, State Police spokeswoman Sgt. Jeanne Hengemuhle said.