Man Busted Again For Racial Slurs

 in Camden, N.J., has been asked to ban Darren Walp of Ridley Park, Pa., from attending events after the man was arrested at the venue for a second time in six weeks for shouting racial slurs.


Walp was reportedly en route to a Blake Shelton concert Aug. 10 when he stopped his truck at a red light, got a beer out of his cab, and started screaming epithets at the African American driver of the car behind him.

He allegedly challenged the man, who had a child with him in his car, to get out. Instead, the man drove off and flagged down police.

Walp was charged with bias intimidation, harassment and disorderly conduct, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. He was hit with the same charges June 22, when he was arrested after attending a  concert at the Susquehanna Bank Center.

In that case, he allegedly climbed the fence of a nearby residential complex, began waving a Confederate flag and shouted racial slurs at residents. “We never want to see this individual in the city of Camden again,” Police Chief J. Scott Thomson told the Philadelphia Inquirer. “Therefore, I will ask the Susquehanna Bank Center to permanently ban this individual from their venue.” A spokeswoman for Live Nation told the paper, “We will continue to collaborate with the Camden County police and other authorities, and we will work together to review our options.”