Law enforcement is all over the place at The Fall Festival. On bikes, on foot, in uniform, and in plain clothes.
"The plain clothes guys give us the opportunity to witness things that maybe a uniformed guy wouldn't see, that happened last night," said Sgt. Jason Cullum of the Evansville Police Department.
Officers say they smelled marijuana coming from a vehicle. When they searched it they found Bryant Hooper, a 19-year-old from Newburgh, was carrying two handguns without a permit.
Hooper is also charged with carrying a handgun within 1,000 feet of a school.
With the recent string of shootings in Evansville The Fall Festival has been mostly quiet.
"We've had prior years where we've had individuals in possession of handguns that were not allowed to have them, but that's the only incident this year," said Sgt. Cullum.
"I've been here almost everyday and I haven't felt unsafe at all. I mean I feel like the police force has been doing a great job keeping everything secure." said Matt Dickerson of Evansville.
Legally owned handguns are allowed at The Fall Festival, however water guns are banned...so leave those at home.