Nevada authorities arrested 46 people at Burning Man this year, mostly for drug-related offenses.
The Reno Gazette-Journal reported that the Pershing County Sheriff's Office released a list of 46 arrests about two weeks after the Burning Man festival.
Approximately 70,000 attendees filled the camp out with large-scale art installations, creating a temporary city in the Black Rock Desert near Gerlach, Nevada.
More than two-thirds of the people arrested were from California, but visitors from Spain, Italy and Mexico were also booked at the on-site jail.
Pershing County Sheriff Jerry Allen said marijuana was the most common drug found at Burning Man this year, followed by cocaine, ecstasy and acid.
Deputies also arrested a Utah man for attempted murder and a California man for the use of a deadly weapon.
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