ISLA VISTA, Calif. – With Sunday marking the end of Isla Vista's Deltopia weekend, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office released the total number of arrests and incidents from the weekend-long event.
In total, the sheriff's office reported six arrests, 40 citations and 18 reports for the whole weekend.
No serious injuries have been reported from the weekend as of Sunday afternoon.
On Saturday, the "peak" of the event, the sheriff's office said officers made three arrests, 20 citations and 11 reports – almost the same numbers as Friday's report.
Preliminary stats for Deltopia from Saturday 4/2: 3 arrests, 20 citations and 11 reports. The forecast for Sunday afternoon appears to be an afternoon with locals and normal levels of calls for service. #IslaVista #IVFP— PIO Raquel Zick (@SBSOPIO) April 3, 2022
Also on Saturday, the Santa Barbara County Fire Department declared a multi-casualty incident (MCI) in Isla Vista because of multiple severe traumas and medical emergencies.
"By declaring an MCI, first responders and the hospitals are able to triage and transport multiple patients to different hospitals more efficiently," said Daniel Bertucelli, SBCFD spokesperson.
The fire department rescinded the MCI just before 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Santa Barbara County fire and the local EMS agency have rescinded the MCI (multi casualty incident) as call volumes have dropped to reasonable levels.— Daniel Bertucelli (@SBCFireInfo) April 3, 2022
On Friday, the first night of Deltopia, officers made three arrests, 20 citations, seven reports and responded to one traffic collision.
The sheriff's office reported normal levels of service calls on Sunday afternoon.