At least two concertgoers had their vibe severely harshed by the Man on Friday before Phish's sick show at Jones Beach ("My Friend, My Friend" melted faces!). The total arrest stats for the band's three night stand at the venue haven't been released yet, though it's doubtful they'll rival the 194 arrested and $1.2 million seized at their reunion concerts in Hampton, Virginia in March. But according to Newsday, police did arrest one Lawrence Collins, who had 2 1/2 ounces of cocaine, 6.7 ounces of hallucinogenic mushrooms and 10 grams of ecstasy. State Troopers, who were patrolling the venue lots because it's in a state park, spotted Collins selling drugs to one unlucky 23-year-old from Toronto named Erik Schwarz, who was arrested on a felony charge of fifth-degree drug possession. As for Collins, he's still in jail because he hasn't yet posted bail set at $200,000 bond or $100,000 cash. Police say he faces six felony—or phelony, if you prefer—drug sales and possession charges. But when will cops at Jones Beach go after the real criminals inside the venue? Vendors charge $6.50 for a small bottle of water!